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11-27-2004, 12:24 AM
Brooklyn Ranger
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Of course it makes a difference. Losing the two best passers on the blueline makes an incredible difference. And their speed too is missed.

This is what happens when organizations rebuild from the ground up. It's much easier to teach defense than offense--note how good the penalty kill is. McGill is doing ABSOLUTELY nothing wrong.

There may be such a thing as instant karma, but chemistry--especially in the offensive zone--does not happen instantly.

These are growing pains, nothing more. They may last the whole season, but in the end, if the organization has any chance to finally get off the road to nowhere they have been on for most of the last 10 years, they have to stay the course. Changing now just means going back to the old ways.

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