Found January 20, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
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“He’s been kicked down and stepped on and now it’s about how he responds to it. If he’s the kindof person I think he is, he’s going to respond very well.” -Larry Robinson, asst. coach of the San Jose Sharks on Scott Gomez.  The quote is via the Mercury News but Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal used it in his column on Scott Gomex and Wade Redden.
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