The only thing is we didn't have the supporting cast.
There was tremendous emotion. Every shift was so emotional.
Until Charlie broke his ankle in Toronto, we were as good a unit as anybody.
To be on the same team with Orr was great because when I turned pro, nobody had more charisma.
They have had three years to get a resolution and they failed. Both of these guys have failed.
We suffered a setback and there were too many trades until Dave Taylor came along and Charlie Simmer.
I've done the same thing in the world of business that winners do in the game. I watch them, admire them.
Now you watch reality TV, you watch them in all those pools or Jacuzzis and I say to myself was I that stupid? But that was me then.
People ask if I regret not winning a Stanley Cup, but winning the series against the Soviet Union was the best. It was the greatest experience of my hockey career by far.
I watched Gretzky, I watched Lemieux. Maybe it's the time when you're playing, but for a kid coming into the league, you play the Boston Bruins and you just watched Bobby Orr.