All For One And One For All, United We Stand Divided We Fall

This great quote is from Alexandre Dumas, original author of The Three Musketeers. But for the sake if this article, there will be four musketeers. Four guys who are part of the backbone of their team, two of them known as great leaders and top talents. Four veterans, playing key minutes for the Bleu, Blanc, Rouge. They wear no cape and long boots, nor do they wear poofy shirts. Instead, they sport the Sainte-Flanelle. They don’t fight with a sword, as they have hockey sticks to earn a living. Right now though, they’re missing in action. And that spells trouble for a team searching for their heroes.

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Hey You! Yes, You People!

Yes, I’m using the analogy of Don Cherry. No, I’m not using it in a racist way… although I am convinced that some will claim knowing better than I do and will put intent in my action or, in this case, in my writing. But it got your attention, didn’t it? If you’ve made it this far, you might as well continue reading as there is a very, very important message in this article. One that I hope you will apply, one that I hope you will teach your kids. It’s one of tradition but mostly, a message of… perspective.

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