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05-20-2013, 08:09 PM
Join Date: Apr 2007
"There was a lack of knowledge on how to play a team game," said Gordie Clark, the Rangers' vice president of player personnel. "He was so fast and so strong, he was able to go and do things on his own. There was a lot of projection that had to get done, and one thing that had to get done was, how does he learn to play a team game where you have a job to do?"
No regret on turning pro:
It was a beautiful late afternoon, sunny and clear, the day of the college's commencement ball. Male seniors donned tuxedos. Female seniors wore patterned sundresses. All of them drank cheap beer. Kreider could have been one of them. He seemed not in the least regretful that he wasn't.
"I have 100% confidence I made the right decision," he said. "When you feel like that, I don't think you're thinking about what could have been."
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