I caught this a couple of weeks ago while I was on semi-hiatus.
MacTavish on Keenan from a David Staples article in the Edmonton Journal*:
"His biggest weakness was his inability -- and it might be his biggest strength -- to rationalize defeat. ... It's hockey, and there are times as a team that you play well and you lose, and he had a hard time differentiating that from the times that you played poorly and lost."
That's just a fantastic quote right there. I imagine there are a few other NHL coaches with such enlightened views on the game, but quotes like this make me very happy that the Oilers' coach is one of them. It's a shame that more people don't recognize this truism in athletics.