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02-28-2010, 01:56 PM
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This organization hasn't learned a thing from their arch rivals across the Hudson. We're still stuck with the notion that the name on the back of a player's jersey is more important than building any kind of team identity and/or chemistry (However you wish to word it).
And so goes the revolving door of player personnel. What remains is a team stuck in mediocrity.

We've all ready tried all kinds of combination's of star players from other team's (for how many years now? Even "the great one" himself) so we may as well get Weiss and declare Dubinsky's career as over, done, the kid has seen his better day's.

Then if we don't win the Stanley Cup, who can we get next year and try again? Frolov? Then maybe trade Gaborik and sign Kovalchuk!! That could work.

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