Local Scribe Cites Dumb Theory

Normally I'd just ignore another one of Don Brennan's Konopka/Carkner puff pieces…but I just couldnt help myself after reading this:

"There’s a theory the Senators were able to come from behind to win so many games in the third period because they weren’t intimidated — opponents couldn’t push them around when protecting a lead. The presence of Carkner and Konopka was a big part of that."

Remember, when a player's worth can't be justified on merits always reach for the magical thinking.

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