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Fortunately for them, my sexual preferences are rather traditional, and I politely tried to let them know I was neither lonely nor gay or in the market for a holiday fling.The most interesting approach was by a young, handsome and well-dressed man of about 22.The Capitals have lost six of nine Game 7s in the Alex Ovechkin era, and the Ducks have lost five in a row with stars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, including a heartbreaker in each of the last four years.Wednesday night is the chance for each team to confront its Game 7 demons as Washington hosts the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins and Anaheim hosts the Edmonton Oilers with spots in the conference finals at stake.Ducks coach Randy Carlyle didn't blame Gibson and said it's about the entire team being better. I'm sure that you could poll 100 people, and 99 of them would say they'd rather play at home."Obviously there's more at stake when it's the final game," said Carlyle, who won the Cup in 2007 but hasn't won a Game 7 since 2006. It's our turn to serve, and holding serve means that we go on."I don't know whether from coaching or playing whether you get into a mental block or not," said Bruce Boudreau, who coached in Game 7 four times with the Capitals and four times with the Ducks. I've said it for four years in Anaheim we're due to win, but in the end your best players have got to be your best players." For the Capitals, that means more production from Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Evgeny Kuznetsov, and strong goaltending from Braden Holtby when the puck drops against the Penguins ( p.m. In those nine Game 7s, Ovechkin has three goals and three assists, and at the moment he is earning praise from teammates and coach Barry Trotz in this series for accepting a demotion to the third line.Getzlaf and Perry have combined for only seven points in six chances in Game 7 going into another one at home against Edmonton (10 p.m. Goaltender John Gibson was pulled from his only Game 7 start in 2014 after allowing four goals on 18 shots, and he's coming off another hook after three goals on six shots in a 7-1 drubbing in Game 6 on Sunday.

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Always, the sideshows must be measured against the value Subban brings to the Predators' on-ice performance and locker room, and after one season I’ll say this: He can wear a Bozo wig next season, make up quotes from opponents after every game, date a Kardashian and welcome their reality TV cameras into the locker room, and his atmospheric plus-minus will still be in great shape.

If you don’t believe me, listen to what Predators general manager David Poile and coach Peter Laviolette said about Subban during their season wrap-up press conference Wednesday, three days after a painful loss to Pittsburgh in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final and nearly a year after the Predators traded captain Shea Weber to Montreal for Subban.

Now a year later, he's shown he is a key element in the Predators success even with the near constant swarm of side stories that surrounds him. Sometimes by choice, sometimes not, and sometimes the question of whether it was by choice is the controversy.

Subban was part of the biggest trade in Nashville Predators history. Subban’s first season with the Predators ended with a little controversy that turned into something bigger than it ever should have, and that sounds about right. He’s always in the middle of things that often get overblown.

You might - or might not - be interested to know that during my four trips to Marrakech, one of them was alone.