Let's not all point our fingers at John MacLean, but the team looks much better with Lemaire behind the bench. They are more structured and prepared for the games and it actually now appears like the team has a system. With that said, I have heard enough about doing the math game where we figure out how many points we need to make the playoffs. Enough of the talk of scrapping the season to get a draft pick, that's the talk of losing team at heart. We, the New Jersey Devils are currently a losing team by stats, but not at heart. Passively playing games to lose just to add one good young player to the team through the draft is not worth our reputation. So listen to the coach. Jacques has said it since he arrived, the team must take the season one game at a time. It's not thinking about the amount of wins that they need or the points they must begin stacking up to make the playoffs. It is about the players knowing that in each and every game they gave one hundred percent and no less. It's about the players leaving the ice and being able to say that they could have done nothing more to help the team. So let's listen to the coach. Quit calculating the probability of the playoffs and get the idea of taking the rest of the season one game at a time and getting back to being not only a winning team at heart, but also a winning team in the standings.