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02-02-2013, 09:38 AM
Mr Jiggyfly
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Originally Posted by td_ice View Post
Every player has pressure to perform. Especially young players. But when you have the mindset that if you make a mistake, you will lose your spot on that line, see your ice time drop dramatically, or end up in the press box next game, I would imagine it would be hard to play that way. Seems like everything is very DTD for these non established players. While the vets have carte blanche.
I can overlook the Tangradi stuff TD, because he played poorly with Malkin. However, Jeffrey has done all you can ask from a third wheel and he isn't getting an extended look.

This guy has done it the right way. He isn't Kassian who pouts about being in the A and dogs it. He worked hard in the A, dominated the A, gets called up and makes an impact right away, gets hurt, fights back, has a bad first game this year, has to sit, doesn't pout, makes the most of his next opportunity and looks good, but now gets bumped for a kid who wasn't fighting his way through the org. like Jeffrey.

I don't care for it....

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