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Penguins Help Out at DVE Rocks for Children's Radiothon September 18, 2009

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Jordan Staal, Chris Kunitz and Jay McKee stopped by Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Friday to support the "DVE Rocks for Children's" Radiothon. Staal, Kunitz and McKee spoke on-air with DJ Michele Michaels, answered phone calls from donors and spent some time playing with kids in Austin's Playroom.

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September 18, 2009
Jordan Staal, Chris Kunitz and Jay McKee stopped by Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Friday to support the "DVE Rocks for Children's" Radiothon. Staal, Kunitz and McKee spoke on-air with DJ Michele Michaels, answered phone calls from donors and spent some time playing with kids in Austin's Playroom.
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