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01-26-2007, 01:23 PM
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It's a team game Dubi...

I think both Shanny's and Jagr's comments were equally as appropriate. When Shanny says the team needs to play better, he recognizes that he's a part of the team, and never acts as though he's above the team and many leaders do not use the 'I' term. Nothing wrong with it, but you go into it together, work as a group, and take criticism as a group. Jagr's not the guy who leads by saying the right things at the right times or getting his players going. He's a guy who leads on the ice. He's somewhat of a selfish player, and I don't mean that negatively, because he wants to do his best, and realizes that if he plays his best, the team will be the beneficiary. The two have different approaches.

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