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10-12-2013, 03:07 PM
Join Date: Jul 2004
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Cally tries to LEAD by example. Problem is 95% of the team wants nothing to do with the way he plays. Therein lies a part of the problem with the 2013-14 NYR.
This is it exactly. When the team had Cally, Dubi, Prust, and co, it was a whole team of players playing that way, with Cally leading the way. It's much harder for a player to be in a room full of guys like that and refuse to play that way.
Now, it's pretty much just Callahan. When it's just one guy, he's the oddball on the team who loves to jump in front of pucks. It's harder for Cally to lead when the team got rid of most of his lieutenants/followers.
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