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10-02-2013, 01:52 PM
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I think this motivation stuff is utter nonsense. You don't get to this level without an enormous sense of motivation. People love to overlook the obvious.

He has not performed well enough to secure an NHL job. It is not motivation. It is not the fault of Torts. It has nothing to do with where Mars is in the sky.
Players flame out all the time because they are unwilling to do the work or put in the effort needed to play up to their potential.

In fact it is so commonly seen, in pretty much every aspect of every sport, that I have no idea how anyone could possibly come to any other conclusion.

When Kreider skates and is involved he has always been, at every level, successful. When he floats around and is a passenger he has had significantly less success.

Its not a particularly complicated equation.

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