Individuals who go through most of their lives succeeding at school, sports, work, etc., often have a hard time when first faced with adversity. They've become so used to things going well for them that when trouble does come, they have difficulty even identifying why it's happening, let alone what to do about it. That's kind of what's going on with the Detroit Red Wings right now. Off to their worst start in 20 years, fans and management alike are starting to crank out excuses (or reasons, depending on your point of view) for the difficulty they've had to this point. Just this past Friday, Jimmy Devellano, Senior Vice President for the Red Wings, was on the Fan 590 radio station in Toronto and said that due to players such as Marian Hossa and Jiri Hudler leaving and the salary cap, fans s ...
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