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by Paul on 02/02/08 at 01:42 AM ET
from George Vescey of the New York Times,
Hardly a day goes by that Ted Nolan does not open the refrigerator door, just to stare at the shelves stocked with food.
“I’d wake up in the morning and the house would be cold,” Nolan recalled of his childhood, without running water, on an Indian reserve in Ontario.
“I’d take a piece of fried bread, a galette, and put it in my pocket and go to school,” he added.
The sense of being an outsider still drives Nolan, 49, the coach of the Islanders, whose mystique includes nine full seasons without a job in the National Hockey League, amid rumors that he was blackballed.
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