Predators vs. Oilers: Sergei Kostitsyn gives up, lets Oilers score

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Kostitsyn doesn't seem to care very much about this whole "hockey" thing.


If you look up the word "quitter" in the dictionary, you know what you'll find?

The definition of the word, "quitter," obviously.

But what you SHOULD find is a big picture of Sergei Kostitsyn of the Nashville Predators, who quit on this play harder than anyone has ever quit at anything before.

Kostitsyn couldn't handle the pass, couldn't get his feet moving to chase down Edmonton's Sam Gagner, and then couldn't be bothered to stay on the ice while his team gave up the shorthanded goal that was all his fault.

Yikes.

This "effort" from Kostitsyn comes after recently being a healthy scratch too, so...message NOT received, I guess.

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