Lockout mentality wears on Dupuis
PITTSBURGH -- You could hardly find a more low-key, agreeable person than Pascal Dupuis.
Yet even the veteran Pittsburgh Penguins forward acknowledged that he has found it difficult to stay on an even keel this fall.
He recalled how after the NHL owners locked out their players for the second time in eight years, he grew impatient, a little short-tempered.
"You get anxious. You want everything to start. You're not in the right mood," he explained.
"I was not in the greatest ...
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