Isles, Rangers, Leafs, Habs prepare for Thursday's rush
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Paul Maurice stopped coaching a few days ago. Now, he just watches his players' faces as though he might glean from them some emotional signal to their collective psyches with the Toronto Maple Leafs' season hanging in the balance.
"It won't matter," what he sees, he admitted. "Everybody's wired."
Down the dingy hallway at venerable Nassau Coliseum, Maurice's counterpart Ted Nolan said he thought about showing his players examples of teams that were in similarly ...
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