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05-14-2006, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by raketheleaves
There is NO place for wimpy players on a Stanley Cup team. Brisebois was willing to pay the price during that Cup run but during no other time in his career. His role was also reduced. If you pay the price, you are not a wimp, technically. Through the grind of subsequent NHL seasons, turns out he was a wimp.
In other words, wimpy players throughout their careers (Lebeau, Brisebois, Daigneault) stepped up their games, found roles for themselves and played a non-wimpy game on a non-wimpy team despite being wimps throughout their careers.

Meaning that wimps can find roles and be productive.

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