Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 10/26/06 at 11:12 AM ET
..."If you don't know the direction, you're going to getlost," Nolan said. "If you don't know where to be in certain situations, our team is going to be lost. Everybody has to be going in the same direction. You have to pay attention to your surroundings, know where you're going. You have to figure it out." It was vintage Ted Nolan. He coached in Buffalo for only two seasons but left an indelible mark on Western New York. The Sabres were among the most beloved teams in franchise history under his watch. They were known as the hardest-working team in hockey, a group of rough-and-tumble players - wrapped around goalie Dominik Hasek and, ahem, leading scorer Brian Holzinger - who won the Northeast Division title in 1996-97.more
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