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Player who gave painkillers to late Derek Boogaard gets probation

A minor-league hockey player accused of giving a New York Rangers enforcer painkillers was sentenced to one year probation.
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Player Who Sold Pills to Derek Boogaard Is Sentenced to Probation

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Jordan Hart, who admitted to providing Boogaard with prescription painkillers, had pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in a case that has angered Boogaard’s family.

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