Found January 07, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Steve Ott
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
On the first day of hockey after the end of the NHL lockout, Steve Ott skated hard. Following @OtterN9NE lead, the ten other skaters moved at a higher pace. When Ott dug his edges in, flipped his hips and turned and burned to recover a loose puck, the defenseman closed on the biscuit with a higher sense of urgency. This is who Steve Ott is. This is how he rolls. He leads by example. He’s a world...
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