Cup Hangover

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    Cup Hangover

    Seems the boyz are still in dream land. At least they're still playing fairly well defensively. Sure hope they wake up soon.

    Highlights: Seguin & Marchand's play

    Lowlights: Pathetic PP continues
     
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    Re: Cup Hangover

    13th thread on this. I hope we have a cup hangover next year. Next .
     
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    Re: Cup Hangover

    One thing that I heard about the term 'cup hangover' yesterday. Duncan Keith said because of the season lasting so long he only had 2 weeks of rest before he had to start preparing for the next season. He said his body never fully recovered from the long haul and he struggled to get his game back.
     
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    Re: Cup Hangover

    In Response to Re: Cup Hangover:
    One thing that I heard about the term 'cup hangover' yesterday. Duncan Keith said because of the season lasting so long he only had 2 weeks of rest before he had to start preparing for the next season. He said his body never fully recovered from the long haul and he struggled to get his game back.
    Posted by Chowdahkid-


    Definitely part of it. Alot of time/energy focused on things outside getting ready for the next season. Chicago did trade some key players away though.....unlike the B's (unless you think Kaberle was key ;-)).

     
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    Re: Cup Hangover

    Okay now I have decided we really need a game to critique.
     
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    In Response to Re: Cup Hangover:
    In Response to Re: Cup Hangover : Definitely part of it. Alot of time/energy focused on things outside getting ready for the next season. Chicago did trade some key players away though.....unlike the B's (unless you think Kaberle was key ;-)).
    Posted by 4everbruins


    Definitely losing players to make room for cap space was the main factor for Chicago's demise.

    I was thinking on an individual basis of what Keith said. The effects of having to go through till June playing hockey must be gruelling. Players must be beat up and mentally exhausted from the grind.
     
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