Boyle still playing for respect in the NHL

Updated: March 28, 2007, 5:46 PM ET
By David Amber | Special to ESPN.com

Undrafted out of college, underappreciated by scouts and general managers and under the radar in All-Star voting, Dan Boyle is clearly the Rodney Dangerfield of the NHL.


But with a Stanley Cup ring to his credit and a new contract waiting in the wings, the Lightning's quiet superstar is starting to make some noise and earn some respect around the league.

In this week's Facing Off, Boyle speaks candidly about how he copes with the one of the most demanding coaches in ...

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