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NHL notebook: NHL, Rogers announce 12-year Canadian deal

The Penguins' Paul Martin is 11th among NHL defensemen with 25 minutes, 16 seconds of average ice time.

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Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, 7:36 p.m.

The NHL announced a 12-year deal with Rogers Communications for broadcast and multimedia rights, reportedly worth $5.2 billion Canadian. Rogers will have all of the national NHL rights in Canada from the 2014-15 season through 2025-26, with TSN losing the NHL after this season.

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Hurricanes forward Kevin Westgarth was suspended two games without pay for boarding the Senators' Mark Borowiecki on Sunday.

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