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Written on Tuesday, 24. February 2015, 02:32 by Tim

Mr. Vanek,

I am sorry for taking the puck that you tossed over the glass for that little kid in Dallas. I was trying to get a puck for my daughter, and I did. But, it was not right of me to do that because you were trying to give the puck to that little kid. And, to make it worse, I was wearing a Gopher jersey at the time. Maybe I was lucky the glass was in between us.

Anyway, in case you don't remember it, you and Suter came by, gave me an evil stare and the kid another puck.

Again, I apologize for being such a jerk and hope that you will extend my apology to Mr. Suter, as well.

Good Luck.


Tim Pratt

Wild Fan in Dallas

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