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04-21-2013, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by TennisMenace View Post
I think this losing streak can possibly work to our advantage. I now think every team will underrate us, which could be a mistake.
We all remember that magical year when we beat the Pens and Caps before losing to Flyers.
This could happen again, but only with one caveat- CP has to play like Havlet did in the playoffs that year. This is MUST!
Can CP be the man? Even though I'm not a paid member of his fan club, I still hope and pull for his success.
“Obviously it’s not fun and nobody likes to see this, but I think it’s good for us to face some adversity,” offered Subban. “I came here a little late [this season], but since I’ve been here it’s been pretty good coming to the rink every day and winning games and winning a lot more than losing. Right before the playoffs, I think it’s good for us to have a little edge.”

“Teams that come in hungry and on a roll are teams that go far in the playoffs,” Moen explained. “We’ve got three games here to turn it around and get feeling good about our game again. Good teams are close teams and for us to be able to go on the road and go out for dinners together and stuff like that to get ready for the playoffs is a good thing. It’s just staying positive, getting things rolling and playing like we were the first 20 games. If we can do that, we’ll be fine.”

If you think of it, if we were to go on a losing streak, it couldn't have come at a better time. Like you said, if Price can step up to the plate like he has shown he could before, this could be a huge year for us.

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