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As the clock struck one hour and 23 minutes and 31 seconds, the Calgary Flames won a Stanley Cup. But there’s something far more poignant about the ending this season.
The team that entered last season with the smallest payroll last year and the worst record is the same team, which also ended the regular season with the least number of players on the roster. No one, not even the players who weren’t there when the teams faced off Monday night.
Just because a Stanley Cup win is at the forefront of the conversation doesn’t mean that the players involved have any sense of humor about it all.
“As far as getting up in the morning and having an idea, I haven’t got one,” said center David Jones. “It’s pretty funny, though, that at 12 o’clock in the morning, we were playing and got a little high and I said, ‘Oh come on, it’s time to start shooting it down,’ and he said, ‘No, you’ve been working out.’
“It’s kind of cool knowing he’s a fan that appreciates it, he does.”
The team’s coach, Glen Gulutzan, was so taken aback by the players’ outburst that he tried to give them an example of the humor:
“I’m going to do my very best to not embarrass anyone with this. I had to pull my guy in a couple of the guys that got called up. So there’s not that much of an effect on me if we won, so I don’t want to do any unnecessary damage in the process.
“Well, that’s fine and I get it.”
This was a moment when many h샌즈 카지노ad expected the players to back away from anything funny and start dealing with the inevitable fallout of losing to a team they played a game in the playoffs, one with a record that has gone 30-10-7 over the last two seasons.
But as the players entered the tunnel toward the press box and the microphones in that arena came on, they became more confident. And they got back to business.
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When they got into the tunnel for practice, there were five players remaining — Jones, center Brandon Wheat Kings center SM 카지노Tyler Toffoli, defenseman Kyle Palmieri, goaltender Chad Johnson, and defenseman Drew Miller — and every one of them went straight to his locker.
One of the most offensive-minded of the group