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Thursday's Dump & Chase: No Split Ends, No Conditioning Needed

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Last season's Norris Trophy winner, Erik Karlsson, told reporters he doesn't condition in a traditional sense. All of his work is done on the ice. And yet he has wheels and was third among defensemen in time on ice and second in even-strength time one ice. Swedish hockey players, man. They know something we don't.

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