‘"It’s only my second year in the league, so it’s kind of hard to say (what the problem has been), but this year is definitely different," Myers told NHL.com. "I don’t have the element of surprise anymore. I thought our last game (a 6-1 victory over New Jersey) was good for us and it was a step in the right direction for me (one goal, plus-1 rating on 26 shifts). I’m just trying to stay as consistent as I can. I just want to make sure I continue to work hard."’
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