why players work harder in non-traditional markets than traditional markets?

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  1. sawchuk1971

    sawchuk1971 Registered User

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    saw the calgary game last night..

    got me thinking that players in calgary don't want to be there..

    coyotes won last night...it seems those players want to be there and work harder...

    for the last of couple years, i noticed players in non-traditonal hockey markets seem to have
    that certain motivation to work hard on the ice....and player harder..

    does anyone agree with me?
     
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    Coyotes have been terrible for a very long time. Sure maybe they work hard but does that matter if you're consistently the worst team in the league?
     
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    HanSolo Vegas Strong

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    Players in Anaheim are definitely working their asses off. Oh no, wait. I spelled John Gibson wrong.
     
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    tarheelhockey Highest Boss

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    90% of my brain says you’re wrong.

    The other 9% allows that celebrity fatigue could be a real factor.

    1% is unaccounted for and presumed missing.
     

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