Found October 15, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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After it was over after the Edmonton Oilers had given up another lead followed by an overtime point to the Toronto Maple Leafs Devan Dubnyk sat in his stall his pads still strapped on his head buried in his hands. He didn’t move not for the longest time. It was he said the next day the lowest he’s felt since his trying season began. He knew could have changed the outcome of the game maybe turned a 6-5 overtime loss into a much needed victory for a team that was just starting a six-game 11-day road trip. “It’s hard when you have a group of guys you care about who you’ve grown up with put in an effort like that — then it finishes the way it does. That’s the toughest one to deal with” Dubnyk said on Sunday after the team’s workout at the Verizon Center. “The guys deserved a better effort from my end. That makes it a little tougher but I know they have my back and I’ll fight for them.” The Oilers will play the Washington Capitals on Monday and Dubnyk isn’t expected to be in the net.
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