on the NHL website today. It’s rare that they write something about the Stars, but I thought this article was great. You all should go take a look.
“I remember hearing Guy (Carbonneau) say many times that the difference between being good and being a champion is being willing to make that extra effort,” Morrow told me. “I wasn’t trying to be a hero by playing with the bad foot. I felt like somebody had punched me, when they told me I had fractured my ankle. End of playoffs, I thought; except, every day, I was walking into the locker room and looking at guys who were hurt and still playing.
“So I thought to myself, ‘No way I’m not playing.’ Think about it, you only get a few chances in life to play in the Stanley Cup Final and I wasn’t going to let a little pain get in my way.”