TAKE THE MONEY AND WIN

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HORTLY AF­TER THE BRU­INS

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MONEY:

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PEER PRES­SURE:

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Huge. No. 2 af­ter money. The prob­lem is, how do you iden­tify who’s go­ing

WIN­NING:

sTphrrieneg do ifdtnh’ ete­fvoeun rm co ankf er thenecp el af yin oaf fl st i so ts wti­hni?s last year. “Fif­teen or 20 years ago this was eas­ier. It’s nearly im­pos­si­ble now. Who’s Mgoi inn get­sotwa io nrao Sn te an lik lee yA Cruizp of ni ras?t”,a team like

An ab­so­lute pre­req­ui­site. Play­ers

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FIT: sguetlttchoea­clo­hwes­daon­wdnG. “MWseoef npcoo­te­un­rati­gael sou­uir­to­prl­saty­oers to ask about their role dur­ing this time, bduo,t cahu­at­ni­goen. tPhermsotnhnaet lth­ci­h­nagns­gceasn, , sain­tu­dao­ti­fotenns change. And we stress the onus is on them to ful­fill their roles.” Some NHLers have very snpaet­icviefi,cw­faits­dinetem­r­minidn.eD­datno Hplaamy­hau­tihs,oma eB.iCn. Van­cou­ver. He could have made much more teol­ste­hwe­hCearneu. cLko­su­tioEprilka­sys­wonit,hmtheaenSwed­hin­les,.went a player whTohseaaidgehnet whaosnn’tesviegrnewnci­to­huan ter­aemd becCaOuAsCeHo:f the coach, but the op­po­site has oc­curred. Ei­ther through rep­u­ta­tion or prior ex­pe­ri­ence, a coach can bring added ap­peal. tTh­haitnkonBeraodf Rthicehraer­adso. Intswhaes wsigid­neldy rwepi­tohrte­hde Rangers in 2011 was be­cause of his com­fort lev­el­with­JohnTMoort­sotrUelFlAa.sGaor­feig2u7rea.nd older, and many have fam­i­lies. So the glam of

LIFE­STYLE: a Man­hat­tan isn’t typ­i­cally a con­sid­er­a­tion. Orenptuhteatoio­th­ne­frohrab­nedin, ag tloewssnste­hx­ayt smhioguhlt­dhna’tvbeea, and usu­ally isn’t, a de­ter­rent. “Every NHL cpil­tayc,ew, htheethyear­l­lith’savDee­tur­posit­caol­reBnue­fif­gahloborh­poiockdsa, aWn­hdath­daot’es­s­wfahce­torer itnheise­hol­cd­keryp­clu­a­ly­teurse.li“vIet’.s” tom­r­tu­a­herek…resstows­ma­linek­tew­toTaon­r­rte­omt­noa­toipn­laanyn­doin­nMy­homonoc­tkrue­sayal-,ncr­w­dahzneioldet get rec­og­nized in the gro­cery store.” is ever like­lyTthoias­dis­maitb­hiten’ses­btuele­oru­ins.gN­colepal­raoyfear

SPOUSE:

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CLI­MATE:

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FRAN­CHISE REP­U­TA­TION:

if you signed with the Rangers, you knew ey­o­du­fi­arnsdt-cy­loaussr. faB­mu­ti­lyth­waet re­gag­poi­h­nagsto­clboe­set­dre, ait­npbeacr­taud­suee tteoam­st­sipuh­laavteior­ne­sail­nizethde­thCeByA,niened­pa­trot ag­goop, os­sohmien­to­er­admesr sto­ta­cy­oemd aptethe.e“FTowuernSteyay­seoanrss, es­ovmereyoant ea mstoaryes­baut­dg­th­ete-cFoonus­r­cioSue­sashontes.l. Now eEvery­one phTra­h­e­sit­stay­c­camh­neubfce­hfohru­at­gshete.h“edPrsleasym­seierns­g­puern­rok­dosem.”r-. mw­sthaoner­erdeint­th­hTeeair­rme(pti­sakB­neoa-yhs,otNa­ma­teesht­p­vaaix­lyl.e)A, wDndail­ll­tahb­see, pt­melaucm­cehs

TAXES:

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