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06-07-2004, 11:02 AM
Killer 93
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Originally Posted by Beakermania
Quinn also put a heck of a lot of pressure on him. He had to know that making one mistake meant he wouldn't see the ice for the next ten games. This makes it very difficult for a defenceman to play his game. As far as Think Blue's comment about not thinking goes, i believe it was more a case of Jackman over-thinking and taking to long to react that gave him problems in T.O. not the other way around.
He played 29 games. In at least 26 of them he did something stupid, yet he continued to play. He did not get benched for ten games everytime he made a mistake, you are clueless. I think you should just stop pretending to give a damm about Jackman, because you are only using it as something to bash Quinn for.

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