Religion and hockey are a weird mix. Lately, I've been reading a book called America's Prophet by Bruce Feiler. Talks about Moses as a reoccuring figure and symbol throughout the history of America.
Regardless on your views of religion, the story of Moses can be broken down simply. Moses was chosen by God to lead the Jews from slavery out of Israel. Parted the Red Sea, 40 years in the desert, etc. Great leader and did everything possible for his people. Only catch is that while he guided his people to freedom and then 40 years in the desert very humbly, he never got to reach the Promised Land that he led the Jews to. He saw it, but was barred from entering and died shortly thereafter.
My question is, do you think the Devils currently have a player/coach/manager that can relate to Moses? Elias comes to mind, but he's already made the Promised Land (Cups). It would be hard to pick someone from 95-03 considering all the success had. I would think it would have to be an elder player from early 90's, or a current player now. Maybe Schneider? An all world goalie who keeps the Devils in games and by the time the Devils turn it around he may not be the same.
I am interested in hearing thoughts on this. If you don't believe in the Bible or the story itself, the concept still resonates.
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