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Monday, August 15, 2011

Law protects Brett Lebda from Predators buyout plan

There are predators out there, even as you read this, who are inventing new ways to get around law enforcement to commit these heinous acts. Protect your children. Know where they are. Know what they do while online. These men made it clear on their

Federal law enforcement officials say 72 people have been charged with participating in an online international network engaged in the sexual abuse of children.

The Predators are said to be focusing on re-signing Rinne to a long-term contract, the Tennessean reports. Rinne, 28, is entering the second and final season of a two-year, $6.8 million contract. Last season, he was second among NHL goalies in SV%

More ominous is the arrival of predators. Neighbors have spotted a coyote in our neighborhood several times, including in the alley behind our house. The poor thing has a pup with her, and I'm sure she's hunting for food.

#Predators place former #Leafs Lebda on unconditional waivers today. In all probability for purpose of being bought out. Update: Erm, awkward…On the Forecheck's Dirk Hoag reports that the Predators might not be able to

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