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by Paul on 07/01/09 at 09:28 AM ET
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
His game was gone, his smile was gone, and he was going. The Rangers had been dangling Gomez for months. They needed to clear cap space. They needed to move forward without Gomez.
“If you perform up to expectations, play hard every day, game in and game out and be productive, there’s a chance you’ll never be traded,” Sather said yesterday afternoon after announcing that Gomez had been traded.
Gomez’ heart was in the right place two summers ago. But his eyes exceeded his commitment. New York was too big for him.
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