Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/09/05 at 05:40 PM ET
It is not the booming slap shot, arguably the best point shot in the history of the game. It is not his pinpoint passing or heady defensive play or his deceptive nastiness on the ice. Rather, it was seeing just how spent MacInnis was after a game. He often looked pale, almost gaunt. Night after night, he logged big minutes. Night after night, he killed penalties, ran the power play, took the hits -– playing to the maximum his body would allow. He didn’t lope around the ice like Pronger, making the game look easier than it was. He didn’t pace himself like Hull did. He couldn’t. He didn’t have that luxury.
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