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by Alanah McGinley on 05/04/11 at 03:32 PM ET
Former NHL defenceman Rob Ramage will get a second chance at parole Thursday after concerns over his drinking habits derailed his first attempt two months ago.
Ramage, 52, has served 10 months of a four-year sentence for impaired driving causing death in a crash that killed his friend and former NHLer Keith Magnuson.
The two-time Stanley Cup winner will appear before a new parole board at the Frontenac Institution on Thursday. A parole hearing in March left a two-person board split on whether to release him to a halfway house, though he was granted permission to leave the minimum-security prison for monthly unescorted absences.
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