Found October 15, 2011 on Fox - The Hockey Guy:
It’s never too soon to panic in the NHL. Never!Check out some of the early carnage:The Bruins lost three of their first four games, scoring just seven times in the process. Coach Claude Julien has detected a serious Stanley Cup hangover.“If you show up at the rink a certain way, you can’t just turn the switch off and then decide all of a sudden you’re going to change your attitude,” Julien told reporters. “It’s how you wake up in the morning. It’s how you see the game. … If you come to the rink unprepared, then it shows.”The Lightning stumbled to a 1-2-1 start, allowing 16 goals in the process. Guy Boucher offered the Tampa Tribune some classic coachspeak in response to the poor showing: “You have to embrace adversity because they are the building blocks for success. So, if you panic and can't see the sun behind the clouds, that's where you drift off and you become worse. This is a great opportunity for us to live the adversity and know why we are good and what we need to do...
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