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Paul MacLean wisely suggests that his Senators can learn from Penguins’ ‘clinic’

I believe that this is an auto-play video, but Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean put things particularly eloquently after his team's series-ending 6-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday, ending the teams' second-round series in 5 games.

MacLean's bottom line on the series, as he told Sportsnet? "I hope they don't charge us for the clinic," he said, referring to the example the Penguins set for Ottawa's younger players as to how a team must continually improve its play to persist in the second, third and fourth rounds:

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That comment made me laugh. LOL The handshake between Karlsson and Cooke was awkward too.

Ottawa should be proud of what they did this year. I guess I now have to root for Boston in the East. raspberry

Posted by Adi from India on 05/24/13 at 11:23 PM ET

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It’s amazing OTT was in the playoffs at all, let alone got to the 2nd round.

Posted by Primis on 05/24/13 at 11:57 PM ET

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MacLean is a hell of a coach, Now if he would just lose that incredulous look after every penalty called on his team & well he can’t do anything for GM Sylvester the Cat Whining & the Moron owner Eugene(CSI Ottawa)Melnyk

Posted by Evilpens on 05/25/13 at 07:42 AM ET

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