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Martin Havlat Leads by Example in Chicago

Published by on April 17, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Persistence is the key when dealing with repeated injuries. You don't have to tell Martin Havlat how disappointing and frustrating they are. Ottawa's 26th overall draft pick in 1999 played at least 67 games in his first four seasons with the Senators.

Following the NHL lockout, everyone was pleased that hockey had returned. For the Czech native, it hadn't nearly been as joyous. Havlat went on to play 18, 56, and 35 games in three years for the Senators and Chicago Blackhawks due to constant injury troubles.

He was extremely effective while on the ice. The problem was that he couldn't remain healthy for an extended period of time. Due to these injury-filled campaigns, Havlat was a massive question mark heading into 2008...

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