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Whether he's at a track or a rink, an airport or a hotel, he encourages people he meets not to wait on a colonoscopy. He'll need to undergo checkups every three months for the next couple of years, but he's already dropped 25 pounds. "I don't need the Vaseline to jump into my pants anymore," he joked.

Olczyk was excited that a bit of scheduling serendipity allowed him to work hockey in Washington and horse racing in Baltimore this week. More than anything, he's happy for the normalcy.

"Look, cancer is going to be with me the rest of my life. I know that," he said. "But I just feel like now I'm relaxed, in a great place and I'm around people that I want to be around and appreciative for the opportunity."

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