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09-18-2005, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Sammy
Thats a tough, tough story & not very "fair" at all.
For what its worth, I strongly encourge you not to let your competitive hockey career end on this note, even if that means not playing this year. After playing all these years, I really dont think you want to end competitive hockey on a sour note, as it may affect your love of hockey for the rst of your life, & that would be unfortunate.

Agreed. I thought I was getting a raw deal in high school and quit -- wish I could go back and change that, so naturally my advice is to ramp it up and stay positive -- only thing is bring the guitar and leave the violin behind. Not criticizing this vent/plea, but while this board has shown compassion and understanding, the hockey world in general has neither sympathy for nor belief in players with long stories about how they got screwed. Best of puck.

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