by Patrick Hoffman on 02/25/11 at 04:38 PM ET
From good friend of the blog Rob Simpson at MSGNetwork.com:
7) Regardless of the ebbs and flows and the occasional issues that come up along the way, the real problem or shortcoming a team has during a year is usually the one that’s easily identified at the start of the season. One of the things we knew before the season started was that the Rangers lack high-end offensive talent, which is most noticeable during their prolonged bouts of “unable to finish.”
8) I’ll personally apologize to each Devil—and Ilya Kovalchuk twice—if New Jersey makes the playoffs.
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