Nobody's a natural. You work hard to get good and then work to get better. It's hard to stay on top.
I went on and was still able to play some good hockey.
I didn't spend a whole lot of time here, but I had the seven best years of my career in this city and having an attachment here 20-some odd years later is pretty special to me.
There's only a couple stats that matter. No one cares how many blocked shots a guy has, how many hits.
I have great memories of my years in Edmonton and the players who were my teammates.
Before you become successful, you have to fall down on your face.
Sight is something you take for granted until you think you might lose it.
Leadership is one of sports' intangibles. Guys can score, guys can fight, guys can skate faster than anybody else. But not everybody can say, 'Follow me.'
Having Wayne in town will be exciting enough.
Anyone that coaches their son, you expect more out of your boy. I'm not talking about stats, but I expected him to be the hardest worker out there.
I don't think longevity gets enough credit when you're talking about a player.
My mother passed away of complications of dementia. As you get older, it really makes you realize how many people are touched by this disease.
I was a natural skater, but I also took private lessons to enhance my skills.
Outdoor hockey is what it is all about.
There are certain guys that think they know hockey because they follow it on the Internet.
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