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Why Your NHL Team Can Add Nail Yakupov for Almost Nothing

Nail Yakupov was the first overall pick in the 2012 NHL entry draft. He’s only 23 years old, has 252 NHL games under his belt and, despite some injury problems, has hit double digits in goals in three of the last four seasons. And in all likelihood, your favourite NHL team could acquire him in exchange for very little. The question is less whether he’s available and more whether he’s worth acquiring.
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