Found January 18, 2013 on The 6th Sens:
Senators head coach Paul MacLean joined Team 1200's The Drive on the eve of the 2013 season that kicks off tomorrow in Winnipeg. The 'Stache hits on a number of important notes, including the power play personnel, naming Craig Anderson as his starting goaltender and his comfort level with the state of the defence corps.  Please note MacLean did hit on a few things that I did not bother to include in this post, so if you wish to listen to the full interview, you can do so here, or via streaming the embedded audio below. As always, my thoughts will be in bold. On trying to instill a sense of urgency in  his players and Winnipeg being a good place to start because of its atmosphere… “And it’s going to be exciting too at the same time. I know last year, there was a lot of excitement and a lot of noise. I think that’s going to be real good for our players too. They’re looking forward to it. We talked about it a lot today, the energy of the crowd, even as the vis...
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