Whether It’s Keith Yandle or Jason Spezza, It’s Never Personal


If you look at Marcel Dionne’s career stats line, you’ll see that in 1988-89 he played nine games with the Denver Rangers, scoring no goals and 13 assists. That’s because Dionne was so frustrated by being scratched by New York Rangers coach Michel Bergeron that he asked to be sent down to the minors. Think about that for a second. Marcel Dionne, slam-dunk Hall of Famer and one of the most dynamic players to ever play the game, finished his career playing in front of 2,000 people a night in hockey’s backwaters.