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12-24-2008, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by devito1192 View Post
who knows. while not showing much emotion maybe he has the right attitude. learn from the loss move on and beat new jersey at home.
Its always "lets learn from this" - and they never do. Maybe they shouldn't "forget about this one" for once. Maybe remember it this time around.

A collapse against the Lightning, Philly, the Devils, maybe another one im forgetting and last night too.

They never learn. RENNEY never learns. They get a lead and any momentum and they go into a shell. ITs been done so many times, you start to believe its not just the players. Countless 2 goal leads given up last year, the huge Montreal debacle. The year before that there were quite a few as well. Many players ahve come in and out of the Rangers lockerroom since then but one thing remains constant: the coach.

When you come out in the third period behind the wheel of a Chevy Trailblazer instead of the Ferrari you were driving in the first period, it starts to dawn on you that its more than just the guys on the ice, but the father taking the keys away.

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