Found December 06, 2011 on Kukla's Korner:
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“This season has been hard.  I feel like the past two or three years, the amount of scoring chances that we generate with nothing to show for it is at a three-year high, I would say. That could weight in a lot on your mind and make you think about things. You just have to be honest with your game and your assessment of your game. I feel we deserve better as a team.” -Martin St. Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning.  More on the Lightning from Damian Cristodero of Lightning Strikes.
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