|Current Bid:||$ 25.00 [jshall]|
|Number of Bids:||1 (Bid History)|
|Bid Increment:||$ 5.00|
|Opening Bid:||$ 25.00|
|Open Date:||12/05/2007 12:13 EST|
|Close Date:||12/12/2007 21:20 EST (or later)|
|Time Left:||Listing is Closed|
|Glen Hanlon tapped his fingers on the podium while speaking slowly and softly, trying to dissect the worst stretch he could remember as a hockey coach or player. |
His Washington Capitals had just dropped their fifth consecutive game, a 5-1 loss to Ilya Kovalchuk's streaking Atlanta Thrashers on Wednesday night, and Hanlon was asked if he believes his players can turn things around even though they have the NHL's fewest points and are off to the franchise's slowest start in 26 years.
"Of course I do - or I wouldn't go in tomorrow," Hanlon replied. "You never stop believing. That's the real hard part of handling losing, is that you can never stop believing. ... I believe in the players."
But on this night, Atlanta won for the seventh time in eight games, as Kovalchuk delivered two goals, raising his league-leading total to 19, along with two assists.
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