‘"Specifically, we haven’t started games the way we want to," said Myers. "Our last game was an example of how we sit back at the start of the game, wait and see, then we come out in the second and third with probably our best two periods of the year . . . it goes to show you that you have to play a full 60 if you want to win hockey games."’
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