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Pilot error blamed on crash that killed Wild's Demitra

Investigators say a Russian jet crash that killed 44 people on Sept. 7, including an entire professional ice hockey team, was caused by pilot error. Among the casualties was former Minnesota Wild winger, Pavol Demitra.
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Investigators say a Russian jet crash that killed 44 people on Sept. 7, including an entire professional ice hockey team, was caused by pilot error. Among the casualties was former Minnesota Wild winger, Pavol Demitra.

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