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We Learn Again: Kids the Ties That Bind Us

AP

Here in this heightened stage of alert where the welfare and health of children have never been greater, you can tell how swollen the issue is by the size of the lump in Kevin McHale’s throat.

It’s been a month since his dear daughter Sasha left too early, ripping apart his world in the process, and now here comes the horror of Connecticut to connect him to those grieving families in a roundabout way, one tragedy followed by another, a left-right sucker punch to the heart.

A Hall of Fame player equally famous for having a personality to match is...

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