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03-18-2004, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by nomorekids
something to consider is that maybe the injuries were a blessing. the "adversity" factor is huge, in hockey...and a bunch of guys working their tails off might carry you further than having all "superstars."
Good point. As a Kings fan it's amazing to watch the guys just never give up no matter who is in or out of the line-up.

However, when the "big three" (Allison, Deadmarsh, Palffy) were healthy and playing together, that was pure joy to watch. It was amazing the kind of talent that line had when healthy. I miss seeing that. They scored some pretty goals, some ugly goals, they complimented each other very well ... It was fun watching them. That to me and most, if not all, Kings fans is the most disappointing part of this season ... not seeing those three on the ice together.

Also, Palffy was on his way to having a career year. He had 41 points in 35 games before his season-ending injury. It would've been nice to see how his numbers would look at this point in the season.

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