Bethannyan, a former first-round pick of the New York Rangers who now plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, said it’s “not a big deal” to be in the playoff race this season, but she has no intention of playing in the postseason for any other team.

“I’m not going to sit here and be like, ‘I don’t want to play for this team,'” Bethanna said.

“When you’re in that position, you’re going have to make sure you’re playing for yourself. “

You don’t have to put your team in a position where you’re looking over your shoulder and worrying about what’s going on outside the rink.” “

When you’re in that position, you’re going have to make sure you’re playing for yourself.

You don’t have to put your team in a position where you’re looking over your shoulder and worrying about what’s going on outside the rink.”

She said she’s looking forward to getting back to the rink on Tuesday night.

Bethandans mother, Linda, has already left the country for the United States, with the goal of visiting her son in Canada to see him play on the big stage.

She said the team is excited to have her back and is looking forward a chance to compete for the Stanley Cup.

The Leafs were eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks in the first round of the playoffs in six games.

The club is scheduled to play its next game at home against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday, Nov. 19.

Bevan has three goals and four assists for nine points in seven games this season.

“The fact that we’ve had to make some changes for this season is huge,” Bevan said.

“(The coach) is going to have a hard time not putting us in a situation where we have to play more games and more minutes.

It’s a very tough place to be.

You have to stay calm. “

You just have to be ready.

You have to stay calm.

You can’t think about what you’re doing.

Hopefully we can keep winning games and play well.”