Ted Leonsis Discusses NHL Free Agency In Deleted Blog Post (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Leonsis clears it up and says his assistant is learning the software and deleted it by accident. Non-story, as it turns out. Also, here is the post.

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UPDATE: A spokesperson tells Katie Carrera of the Washington Post that the deletion was an accident and has nothing to do with the content.

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Well, this is a little weird. Ted Leonsis, in a blog post titled "The Circle Of Life In Sports," discussed the first day of NHL free agency and noted that the Capitals may try to make some moves. A user on Japers Rink recovered the text. Here is the most important part.

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I expect we will make several offers today in an attempt to change up our lineup. We have added a key new player via trade already this summer. We have kept a free agent from leaving this summer. We now hope to add some players via free agency and then go into the summer seeking some trades as well.

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At the end of the process our team will look different from last year. We plan to improve.

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There are all sorts of reasons a blog post gets deleted, so there's no reason to cry conspiracy just yet. It is a little strange, though.

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