I was assistant in Edmonton with Wayne as captain, and Kevin Lowe was the other assistant.
I think to compare any time you win a Stanley Cup would be unfair to all the players from all the teams.
When you play long enough, everybody goes through spells and streaks and slumps of some nature. I think it's just one of the those things where you have to play yourself out of it.
I just think overall a lot of it has to do with conditioning and players putting in the time and the effort in the off-season to keep themselves in condition for 12 months a year.
I think the idea of the obstruction through the neutral zone and away from the puck was an excellent rule.
Like I said, a 30-year-old hockey player, even when I came to New York when I was 30, I was on the downside of my career, pretty much the end of my career.