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from the Ottawa Sun,
At the moment when they expected to need him most, at the time when he was supposed to be a looming, guiding, confidence-instilling presence for a young team, he never seemed so far away as he did yesterday, sent off the ice, put out of sight, when the real work began. "He skated early, he stayed for (practice) for a little bit and I told him I preferred if we just had the two goaltenders out there for the core of the practice," said Murray, "so after he had a few shots, he left the ice." When pressed, Murray said not to read too much into the situation. This was not a gesture borne out of frustration with Hasek's lingering injury problem, just one of pragmatism. There is no time left now for leisurely tours of the ice.
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