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01-21-2013, 08:05 AM
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I honestly think that plan crash his friends died in has been a major contributing factor in the result of his play, and its completely understandable.
I know people whose actual children have died, and although absolutely devastated, they were back in regular working form in a few months.
I would say that the majority of NHL players have had some sort of death in their family/friends in recen history.
Should there just be absolutely no accountability in the world anymore because sometimes people die?
If you're going to use those deaths as an excuse for an entire year, then where do you draw the line?
Are you going to say in 5 years 'Its understandable that kulemin is still terrible... After all, he lost some aquatences a few years back'.
When exactly is that just a lousy excuse?
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