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11-03-2008, 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted by znk View Post
No it's not....what the hell...
Didn't you know, professional hockey players cry when their friends/relatives are hurt and they can do nothing but play poorly afterwards since those things stick in their heads. That's the sign of a true professional, being concerned with others and not your play.

I mean look at Brett Favre when his father died or even kicker Matt Bryant after his son died this year. Dany Heatley has had poor stats since the Snyder incident and Alex Burrows could do nothing but mourn the loss of Luc Bourdon on the night the Canucks honoured him.

It's common znk, it really is.

Originally Posted by JrHockeyFan View Post
Wake up call? LOL

Sounds great except S Kost is doing a fine job on PKs and playing fine except for scoring lately.

D'agostini while a scorer is not a two way player and definitely not the type for the PK.

In any event there are other players that should go to Hamilton before Sergei. Like Lapierre who has 1 goal, is a minus one with 11 min in penalties
A) D'Agostini is a solid two-way player

B) Lapierre has been playing great hockey considering the bums he plays with. He hustles and uses his speed, hits and protects the puck.

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