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Topic - Mike Commodore
The Red Wings have agreed to terms with defenseman Jonathan Ericsson and wings Patrick Eaves and Drew Miller, keeping all three players in Detroit.
His team was never even a part of the Stanley Cup playoffs, yet Columbus Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson has been extremely busy.
"This is a time where there's a lot of talking to other teams to see what needs are and to see if there might be a fit with your team and letting people know what you're interested in doing," he said Wednesday. "It's quite a busy time in trying to stay on top of all the things."