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To say that Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean kept things brief after his team was manhandled in a 7-3 loss to Pittsburgh on Wednesday would an understatement
MacLean did not take questions from the assembled media after the game, instead issuing one quick statement before walking away from the podium in a news conference that lasted all of 20 seconds.
“I think everything’s right here,” MacLean said, pointing to the game notes. “It’s 7-3. See you in Pittsburgh. We’re going to Pittsburgh, and we’re coming to play. Have a good night.”
Check it out for yourself in the video below.
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Oh hey look Alfie said he his statements about "probably not coming coming back," were taken out of context. [ NESN ]
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From Allen Panzeri of the Ottawa Citizen:
Honoured by the Hockey Hall of Fame with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award in 2001, Lange is an icon in the Steel City, following in the big footprints of Bob Prince, who was the voice of the Pirates for 28 years, and Myron Cope, the colour commentator on Steelers’ radio broadcasts for 25 years.
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Let me qualify what I mean by the best news conference ever. It wasn't a ridiculous kind of conference where someone starting shouting he was a man or about the playoffs or any of a number of epic rants that we've enjoyed over the years.
No, this is one that if I was a player for this team or a fan I'd be so pumped up for the next game. Imagine the way you feel every...
So top ten things you don't want to hear from your captain after a tough loss? This is all ten:
Alfie when asked if they can come back. "Probably not. They have too much depth." #Sens
— Erin Nicks (@erinnicks) May 23, 2013
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Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson isn't quite ready for the traditional season-ending handshake.
Yet he knows if the Senators can't find a way to slow down slow down the Pittsburgh Penguins, it's coming soon.
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Mark Stone may draw into the lineup for Cory Conacher tonight. The switch won't be finalized until game time.
— Ottawa Senators (@NHL_Sens) May 22, 2013
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