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04-23-2009, 09:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Catch-22 View Post
He is the one determining whether he plays or not. If you think Kunitz or Getzlaf or Hartnell or Ovechkin or KOIVU or some other warrior wouldn't play with a hurt shoulder when you're down in a playoff series, you're wrong. These guys know that it takes sacrifice to win. I always knew Tanguay was a softie and predicted before the series that he wouldn't sacrifice.

The lesson to take out of the series is the same one from last year and the same one we learned when Ribeiro was around: You can't win with so many soft, gutless players.
Phil Kessel is even softer.

Tom Kostopoulos! Now that is a momentum changing, tough guy!

The Bruins wish they'd have tougher players up front than Savard, Kessel, Krejci and Ryder.

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