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by George Malik on 04/11/14 at 07:04 PM ET
I believe that it's bad luck to post after Paul or The Chief post the live blog, but this is worth the jinx. Per the Free Press's Steve Schrader, via RedWingsFeed:
Where can you find Pavel Datsyuk if he’s not on the ice? There’s a good chance he has gone fishin’. Maybe even shopping at Bass Pro Shops.
It’s his passion.
Now you can go fishing with him during the Red Wings’ camp next fall in Traverse City, but it’s going to cost you.
Bidding starts at $3,000 for a half-day of fly fishing on the Manistee River with Datsyuk and guide Greg Miller to benefit the Adams Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Just don't expect to catch the biggest fish.
And while we're at it...
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