ROW? We ain't got to show you no stinking ROW...
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04-07-2013, 09:54 PM
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Still, if they could make the playoffs (they probably won't), that would be great experience for the young guys. And it is a pretty clear pattern that players get better with the more NHL experience that they get. So, having a middle of the road team of young players doesn't guarantee future success, but it gives us something to be optimistic about.
Absolutely. You'd love to be a really good team that happened to land in 30th, but it doesn't work that way. If you're a team in 30th, it means you need a heck of a lot more than 1 potential elite player, because you're simply the worst. I think a lot of this negativity is people looking in the rear-view. A young club that can win is a positive(after all the changes, too). It really is.
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