Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 02/09/07 at 11:18 AM ET
from the Philadelphia Daily News,
“I still don’t know why it happened here,” he said. “But then that kind of pushes you, too. You want to stuff it to people who don’t believe in you. I played hurt through all those playoffs and I did a lot for the organization, so you know, it was a little disappointing. But that’s what keeps you going. If you don’t have that little bit of bite in you, there’s no use playing.”
Mark Recchi is more than playing. At age 39, he is the right wing on Sidney Crosby’s first line, with a gaudy 52 points while playing in all 54 games. His 19th goal, made on a second-effort poke as he fell on his back, broke a 2-2, third-period tie last night and helped the red-hot Penguins to their 10th victory in 12 games via a 5-4 shootout victory over the Flyers.
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