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01-18-2014, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by 94now View Post
The subject was why Hank sucked for so long. His accomplishments that no one questions have nothing to add to the conversation.

My points were as follows:

1. Lundqvist has always been able to elevate his game above his average by putting a lot of effort into the process only he knows.
2. He intentionally reserved that "elevation" for February, assuming he would play his average at season onset.
3. instead of playing his average in Oct through Dec he played way below it.
4. If there were no Olympics he might have reconfigured his scheme. And that would have allowed the Rangers to enjoy somewhat better results at this point of their season.
You have no evidence for that claim. I can similarly make a claim with no evidence to refute what you just said, by saying that Henrik struggled early in the season because he was getting used to fatherhood and taking care of his infant daughter. Now that things have settled down at home, he's able to be a bit more relaxed and focused at work.

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