from Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News, “We didn’t like how he played the last game, I’m not afraid to tell you that, but he wasn’t alone. I do think realistically that Mike has got the capacity to play a certain amount of minutes every night, and it’s not where it was when he was 29. His main job for us is to be a quality player on the power play, to be a guy who digs in and plays some important minutes for us, and he’s going to get those opportunities. When we’re at our best, we’re a four-line team, and Mike is a big part of that.”I will tell you this, I have been around coaches a lot, and I know that they want to win every game _ probably more so than the players. They are psychotic in that way. So, the fact that Crawford and his coaches are doing this is based on discussions...

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