‘Peters did not break any laws or NHL rules at the time and has stopped using the performance enhancer since the Food and Drug Administration banned its sale in April 2004, his agent, Steve Bartlett, said Thursday. “It’s obviously something that, looking back on it, he wishes in some ways he hadn’t,” Bartlett told The Associated Press. “And he’s been very clear that knowing what he knows today, he wouldn’t use it again.”’
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