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Postgame Quotes from Game 4: Bruins vs. Penguins 6/7

by Staff Writer / Boston Bruins
BOSTON BRUINS POSTGAME QUOTES

BOSTON BRUINS VS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
Friday, June 7, 2013

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN POSTGAME
On how satisfying it was for Adam McQuaid to get the winner...
Yeah, I think it's nice.  I think everybody in the dressing room is really happy for him.  He went through obviously a tough situation in the Fall.  To be able to come back and play with us, not only that, but score a big goal for us tonight, is certainly a big boost to his morale.  Certainly he's got the players and his teammates behind him as far as being happy. There was no hesitation there in awarding him the jacket tonight.  It just goes to show you how our guys really appreciate all the different little things that every player does on this team.

On if it feels like the team isplaying better hockey right now than they did in 2011...
I might tend to disagree a little bit with you on that.  This series here against Pittsburgh was not a 4-0 series.  I really felt that the breaks went our way in this series on a lot of occasions.  You just have to look back right at the end of the game where Malkin has the open net and Zdeno makes the arm save.  They dinged some shots off the post.  If those go in, it's a different series.  That's the unfortunate part of this game, you know, sometimes as a team, you don't get the breaks and you wonder what you have to do.  I think that's where Pittsburgh was a little snake bitten that way, and we were the team that was taking advantage of our breaks. That's not to say we didn't play well, because when you allow two goals to a team like that in four games, your team certainly deserves some credit.  I think defensively our guys did a great job against their top players of taking away time and space. When we did allow them to get some scoring chances, we had a goaltender that stood tall for us. You look at both games here in Boston, it could have gone either way, really could have.  The first game in Pittsburgh was one of those games where I thought, you know, in the third period was a turning point for us.  It had been pretty even till the third period.  Then we scored some goals that put the game away. The second game is one I'm sure they would like to have back.  But if you take that one away, it was a pretty hard-fought series. Like I said, sometimes breaks go your way.  I said it two years ago, you don't win a Cup or get a chance to play for the Cup without getting breaks along the way, and we got those.

On what it means to go back to the Stanley Cup Final for a second time...
What it means to us, it means a lot.  We pride ourselves on our game.  We work hard at it.  As you saw, there was a lot of commitment in this game tonight. You looked at the blocked shot from Gregory Campbell, to tonight when the game was on the line.  I think our guys really paid the price and did what it took to get there. The peaks and valleys of a season sometimes pay off a lot more than people give credit for because you certainly grow from those tough times, you learn from those things, it makes you a better team down the road. I thought this year had its ups and downs, it was a tough schedule.  But right now we're probably playing some of our best hockey of the season.

On if he takes any personal satisfaction out of how the defensive system worked...
Not at all.  Like I said, you know, I don't even know that there's criticism about the system there.  I've been here for six years.  I think I've been fired five times (laughter).  You know, those kinds of things really are not important to me.  What's important is the results. As long as the people I work for appreciate what we do, that's what matters.  At the end of the day winning hockey games for our fans and for the city is what matters to me. That stuff is really no bother to me.

On what it’s like to see Tuukka Rask playing the way he’s playing...
Well, I think it's great.  I mean, you know, Timmy did it for us for numerous years.  To a certain extent you got to hope that Tuukka learned from that as well, seized the moment when he had the chance. Although they're different personalities, both have good personalities, don't get me wrong, but different personalities, I think a lot of Timmy's commitment and desire to be the best he could be every night has rubbed off on Tuukka.  Tuukka has learned from that. Right now he's in a zone that you hope he can hold on to.  Without that kind of goaltending, you don't get a chance at winning a Cup.

On what he thought about Kaspars Daugavins...
I think he played a pretty good game for a guy who has been out for probably somewhere around a month.  We know that the playoffs have a different intensity and everything else.  For him just to step in there, when I say 'cold', four weeks without being in a game situation, he played a strong game.  Strong along the walls, hit the posts. Personally you're hoping he would get that goal because it would be a big boost for your team and for himself.  You know, I think he answered the call extremely well.  I thought he played a solid game for us. You're right, at first it was hard to get all four lines going.  If you weren't on the power play, or if you were, they were coming back with their top line.  We had to use a lot of the same players early on in the first half.  Once we were able to settle down a little bit, get into a bit of a roll, our four lines is what makes us a good team.

On how Jaromir Jagr has bought into the defensive system...
It just goes to show you, as I said, he's without a doubt a Hall of Famer, a great player for what he's accomplished.  But he's going to be a Hall of Famer because he's a smart player. Where he is right now in his career, the most important thing is to give us a chance to win.  For him to be able to do that, he's got to play in our system so he can be in sync with everybody else. He's done that.  Hasn't been a big difference as far as what he can bring, because once he gets in the offensive zone, he's still the same player.  I think it's more the defensive side of his game.  He's coming back and doing what he needs to do there to help us out defensively.  That's a credit to him.  For what he is, for how long he's played, for a guy to do that is pretty amazing. Tonight, same thing.  We talk about Daugavins.  He's been so snake bitten as far as goals are concerned, hit a crossbar, could have made it 2-0 for us, right now he's happy to be part of a team that's going in the right direction.  He's bought into that.  I honestly think the credit goes to him. I haven't had to twist his arm, I haven't had to do anything.  Just felt that was the best way for him to help our team.

On how pleased he is with the PK unit and how concerned he is with the power play...
I think if you look at the stats, I think most of you guys probably saw, I think there's only been two goals scored on the power play in these last series, Conference Finals.  I think before tonight's game, it was 4.6%.  It's a little less after tonight.  Both teams didn't score on the power play. When you go into playoffs, you play the same team a minimum of four and a maximum of seven, it gives you a lot of time to make adjustments game after game. That's what we did with Pittsburgh.  We knew they had such a good power play, that we had to be extremely good if we wanted to get a chance to win this series against their power play. We made adjustments even after every game.  You know, till tonight, this morning, we talked about different things, as well. They did the same to us.  Were there some scoring chances?  Absolutely.  When there was, I think goaltenders on both sides made some big saves. I'm not really worried about the power play.  If it was only our team, I'd be worried.  It seems to be a trend throughout the playoffs here. Five-on-five is when you play the most, the biggest part of the game.  That's where you got to score your goals. I just find that power plays seem to be a little overrated as far as that's concerned.  When you look at five-on-five play, you play 50 minutes of five-on-five, you better be good at scoring goals in that area.

On what the win means for him and his staff...
Well, we're no different than players.  We want to reap the rewards of our work.  In order to do that, you have to have guys that believe in what you're trying to accomplish here. I know I can speak a ton about my assistant coaches.  People don't see them behind the scenes, but they put so much work into dissecting video and everything else. You know, what we show to players compared to the work they put in that area is very minuscule.  We try and minimize things for the players, make it as simple as we can.  But the hours that are put behind that laptop are unbelievable. It always feels good as a coach to see my assistants and my staff get rewarded with an opportunity to go for another Stanley Cup.

On how the week off helped the team...
Well, it was in numerous ways.  I said that before the series started, that we needed our rest.  Keep going back to the end of the regular season schedule, six games in nine days.  That could have been a disaster for us.  It probably came close to that when you look at the Toronto series. To be able to win the series against New York in five, get that week off, really gave us our second wind.  That was important.  It gave us a chance to prepare for the Penguins, and it also gave our guys an opportunity to get some rest. We knew we had to be at our best to beat this team.  That's exactly what happened.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD CHRIS KELLY 
On the team’s change in play since the Toronto series…
I think we weren’t playing our best hockey against Toronto.  Not to take away anything from Toronto, I thought they played extremely well.  We played well the first two games, but after that we didn’t play like we should.  Ever since beating the Leafs I thought we’ve regrouped well and played to our strengths and a much better game.

On his impressions of the two teams left in the Western Conference…
Two great teams; obviously LA won the Cup last year, and Chicago I don’t know how many losses they had, you guys would know that better than I would I don’t want to guess and get it wrong because I’m sure you’d jump on me, but they are both extremely good hockey teams.  We are going to enjoy this right now, but we know we got to continue to play well and maybe a little bit better.

On how it feels to be going back to the Stanley Cup Finals…
Pretty good, pretty good. Yeah, hat’s why we all play, we all want to play in the finals, and ultimately win in the finals.   We put ourselves in a good spot.

On what he would say if they were told they were going to sweep the Penguins…
I’d say you are a genius.  You’re a big Bruins fan.

On if this is a similar feeling compared to beating Tampa two years ago…
I think it’s similar and different.  I know it’s contradicting myself.  We went two game seven’s and we won a game seven against Tampa.  We won in four, but it’s pretty gratifying to play a great team like Pittsburgh and held them to only two goals in four games.

On the Bruins penalty kill this series…
Always said your best penalty killer has to be your goalie.  Tuukka [Rask] was unbelievable for us.  He made those big saves when there were breakdowns. I thought we did a good job taking their time and space away and staying compact.  We didn’t let them seam us too often and we didn’t give them any freebies.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD DAVID KREJCI
On shutting the Penguins down…
I think we played pretty good defensive hockey. I think we played exactly what was our game plan, and nobody was cheating. We all played with responsibility and we all take pride in our game. We shut them down. It was a great effort by all four lines the whole series, and pretty happy that we’re going to the final.

On if the team has ever played better than this series…
Obviously, defensively, I guess not. We played pretty good hockey a few years ago as well. We’ve been in the league for a long time. We’ve played some good games. A team like Pittsburgh, the highest scoring team in the league this year, it’s not easy to do. But I really respect the game plan and we stuck with it. It was a big win tonight. Like I said again, I’m happy to be playing in the final. 

On the impact of the defensemen…
If you are to go far into the playoffs you can’t just have one line or two scoring goals. You need all four lines at some point to step in. You also need the defensemen to put the puck in the net once in a while. You’re going to need your goalie to play great as well. I think so far everybody has done a pretty good job and that’s how we’ve been successful so far. But we know the job is not done. The hardest thing is just in front of us. We get a couple of days just to rest and get some energy and just wait for the other series to end.

On only allowing two goals to the Penguins…
I think we respect the game plan the coaches gave us before the series. Every single guy—all four lines—the whole D [defense], and Tuukks [Tuukka Rask] played great as well. It was a great effort by everybody. We take pride in our defensive game, and to sweep a team like that, the highest scoring team in the league this year, it’s a pretty cool feeling. But in the playoffs you have to stay in the moment. We’re going to enjoy the win tonight, but we know we’re not done yet.

On going back to the Stanley Cup Finals…
It feels great. I was watching yesterday somebody said on TV, ‘Bruins going to try to sweep Pittsburgh in Game 4 and go to the final.’ Just hearing that was pretty cool, and now we did it. We’re going to enjoy the win tonight and go from there.

On Tuukka Rask…
He was great, but it’s a team game. Like I said before, if you’re going to go far in the playoffs you need everybody to play well and everybody to step up. Tuukks [Tuukka Rask] has been doing that for us, the forwards have been doing that, the defense has been doing that. We have a great team here and hopefully we’re not done yet.

On Game 7 vs. Toronto as the turning point for the team…
We knew even before the first round that we have something good on this team. We have lots of guys that’s been here a couple of years ago, and we had some tough games against Toronto but we came back. The biggest thing in the playoffs is to stay in the moment. If we look back at that Game 7 we wouldn’t be here anymore. We would be done. The Rangers would’ve beat us. We’ve done a pretty good job to stay in the moment. We took it game by game. Right now, we’re talking about the final.

On veteran experience and a family atmosphere in the room…
I guess a little bit of both. We all love each other. We’ve been together for a long time. We’ve spent time on and off the ice. And obviously the experience as well—we played some good teams a couple years ago, so it stays with you. I guess we used this playoff, but we know in the final we’re going to face another former Stanley Cup champion team. We know it’s going to be tough, but who cares? Right now, we’re going to enjoy the win tonight and talk about it in a few days.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD BRAD MARCHAND
On getting the first goal of the game…
We definitely wanted to make sure we got that first one. In a game like that it’s definitely something on your mind, especially with what we went through so far in the playoffs. If we get that one goal I think it’d be enough and Tuukka would do a good job back there. So we did a great job of getting that first one and holding them off.

On how it feels to go to the Finals for the second time in three years…
It’s an incredible feeling. I don’t think it’s ever one that you can really describe and I think it just gets better and better every time. It was unbelievable to win that first one [Stanley Cup] but being back in the Finals and having the opportunity to go after another one, it feels the exact same. So, we’re very excited.

On if he’s ever participated in a series where his team maintained the lead the whole time…
I don’t think so. I mean, I’ve only had a couple playoffs. But it’s just how it goes sometimes; a few lucky bounces and I think we did a pretty good job of coming out strong most games. They came out pretty good tonight but we were prepared for the most part and again, the guys are playing well right now.

On if he actually saw Adam McQuaid’s goal…
I was kind of looking back a little it. I saw Quaider [McQuaid] wind up and shoot it and then I kind of heard the crowd. So, it was definitely a nice feeling.

On the significance of McQuaid’s goal for him after taking a hit from Matt Cooke in Game 1…
Yeah, it is for sure. Very bittersweet for him and he’s been very big for us all playoffs so we’re very happy he was okay with that play and he made an incredible play tonight to get that goal. We’re lucky to have him playing here.

On if he was the “irritator” of the series…
I think so. It’s just how the game goes out there. The tempers are flaring a bit, especially when we’re this far into playoffs, guys are – their tempers are going. A lot of intensity out there. It’s just kind of right there in your face all the time; guys are always going after each other. It’s fun to be a part of.

On why a good defensive team beat a good offensive team…
It’s really tough to say. You look at Chicago, they’re playing great, and they’re a very offensive team. They’re playing against L.A. right now who’s a pretty good defensive team. So, it goes one way or another, I think we just got a lot of lucky bounces and they hit a lot of posts and Tuukka made incredible saves. I just saw the replay of the one Malkin had at the end there – it was incredible. So we just had some lucky breaks.

On it taking more than luck to win this series…
Four lucky games? No, we were very prepared for this team; we were very excited. We know we have a good team in here and we want to make sure we prepared to play them. I think everyone kind of counted us out and we just wanted to make sure that everyone came in every night and was focused and did the job. And we did get some lucky breaks, some lucky bounces, and the guys stepped up at the right time. So just a great team effort.

On if the team is playing their best right now…
Yeah, I think we’re definitely playing good hockey. There’s definitely times where we can be better. I don’t think we’ve put a full really 60-minute on the ice where we’ve been our best the whole game. But we’ve been pretty good.

On McQuaid’s goal scoring in the playoffs…
A playoff player – you gotta pay the guy [laughs].

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD KASPERS DAUGAVINS
On the game tonight…
I felt good; I had a lot of energy at the start. I didn’t play that much but every time I got out there I enjoyed every second of it. I tried to keep it simple because I hadn’t played in awhile and it worked. Get pucks deep and try to start a cycle and back check, it worked well.

On being a part of a game like this…
It’s one of your opportunities in your career and I’m at the start of my career so I wanted to show that I can play in this league and in the playoffs too. So you have to be 100% ready because those opportunities might never come back if you don’t use it so, I tried to be smart with it and make simple plays and work hard and just chip it in deep.

On going from the Calder Cup Finals to the Stanley Cup Finals…
Playing in the finals no matter what league you’re in, it’s always fun and it’s good for you, you learn how to win. Now playing in the NHL Finals is going to be like a dream come true and you just have to use it.

On almost scoring tonight…
Got a good chip by Pevs [Rich Peverley] and went to the net. I couldn’t get the pass to Seggy [Tyler Seguin], I saw the stick there so I took it to the net and tried to go high but unfortunately it hit the post. As long as we won I’m happy.

On if he can believe the Bruins held the Penguins to two goals…
The way we played I believe it. It’s hard to score goals against us when we are playing hard. We have a great four lines that will come back and catch you as quick as possible. It’s not easy when you play offense and there’s like five guys coming back and trying to take your puck away. We showed that we could do it as long as we are ready.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD JAROMIR JAGR
On whether they expected to win in four games…
We knew they’re a great team; there’s no question about it. And they have very good defense – they’re defense first, and you know from the first guy through the last guy. Many said ‘Who would believe in four games?’ but you always have to believe when you play the game. Even against the best you still have to believe we have a chance, and we believe in ourselves. We feel lucky, no question about it, some games, but we deserve it.

On how it feels to have the chance to play for a Stanley Cup again…
Well it’s more games – I like that, I wish I could play right now. To get the chance to play for a [Stanley] Cup is great. And it’s more games to make the season longer and spend a little more time with my teammates. It’s great.

On whether he was surprised they held the Penguins to only two goals in the whole series…
Well all of us felt when guys were getting tired, the penalty shots were kind of losing at first. You don’t have much time to look where you’re going to shoot. It’s tough to lift the puck sometimes. But when I play defense – I’m not saying it’s easier, but it’s easier to play defense than score a goal. I found that in my hockey career, the more guys are tired the lower the games are going to be.

On having played against the Bruins, and now what it’s like to be a part of the “smothering” defense…
You know, the defense first. You needed to have a good goaltender and defense. I would say there’s four lines who can play. It’s a huge advantage. You’re not depending on one or two guys and everybody waiting for them to score. If that guy doesn’t feel very well it’s mentally tough. And I’ve been in that situation, and I was supposed to be that guy and I didn’t feel very well and it’s not easy. Here everybody can score anytime. You know, coach tried to roll four lines no matter what the situation is. Even when we were up 1-0 with 10 minutes to go, we were still rolling four lines. And you know not many teams have a lineup to be able to do that.

On if he would be as committed to defense if he were younger...
I would probably score five or six goals. Maybe somebody will say ‘Oh you can do whatever you want’, but it’s 2013.

On if he thinks he will play beyond this series…
Nothing’s going to happen to me. I know I’m going to play more, of course. I don’t know where I’m going to play but I’m not just going to quit. I love the game too much.

On if he feels rejuvenated as a player…
It’s not easy on me, because I’m used to something else. I know it’s going to make me a better hockey player later, make me stronger.

On if he thought he would be playing in the Stanley Cup this year…
If you don’t believe, you don’t have a chance to succeed. So you always have to believe. You have to believe the highest thing you can imagine. Of course every time I step on the ice I want to win the Stanley Cup. Is it going to happen? I don’t know. It didn’t happen for 20 years. But, I’ll tell you right now all those 20 years were my goal before the season started. I think it’s everybody’s goal for any team. Only one team can do it and then the new season starts again and all 30 teams are trying to reach the Cup.

On if he appreciate the game more now than when he was younger…
I think I can enjoy it more. I feel less pressure than I used to feel. It’s a great team, and as long as we keep the confidence…right now we can beat anybody.

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN DENNIS SEIDENBERG 
On his feelings after tonight’s win…
It’s a great feeling especially how it went throughout the regular season; it was all up and down.  But we came through again in the playoffs, but our jobs not done.  We still have one series to go and hopefully we’ll be going just as much.

On if he is surprised with the outcome of the series…
I didn’t really have any expectations.  I mean we knew we had to play our best hockey in order to win against those guys.  But it went four straight I guess it’s a little bit surprising, but that just shows how hard those guys worked and how well we played defensively and scored when we had to.

On Adam McQuaid’s game winning goal…
I guess that’s what the playoffs are all about, different guys stepping up at different times.  Tonight it was Quaider [Adam McQuaid]; it was an unbelievable shot from the blue line.  It’s nice to see a shot going in from him, especially with the way he works and how hard he works and how he sacrifices his body every game.

On the team being happy for McQuaid after his injuries and setbacks in the past…
Yeah again we are really happy for him that he scored such a big goal.  It’s so rewarding for him because he went through such a tough – like all that sickness or virus I don’t know what it is, but for him to come back like that and play solid hockey and score that goal it’s big.

On Tuukka Rask’s play the past two games…
Well he saved us again, I mean especially at the end it seemed like there were 10 guys out there for our shift.  They were throwing pucks everywhere and he seemed to just find the lane and find the puck and get his glove or a body part on it.  I mean Zee [Zdeno Chara] I think, at the end I thought the puck was in, and Zee stretches his arm and somehow it hits his arm.  We did have a little bit of luck but again we played a good team defense and having Tuukka [Rask] back there definitely helps.

On if this feeling is reminiscent of beating Tampa two years ago…
To be honest there’s not too many memories.  I mean it’s such a crazy time, there are so many emotions going on, but this feels good.  But again, it’s not over yet and we still have another series to win.

BOSTON BRUINS GOALTENDER TUUKKA RASK
On whether his attitude at the end of the game…
Yeah, I mean it’s just a scramble. You can’t see anything and people are laying everywhere. You don’t have a stick. You’re just kind of trying to throw yourself as big as you can and try to stop the puck.

On whether he imagined that he could hold the Penguins to two goals in four games…
Yeah, I mean every game starts with zero, so you have a chance to shut them out, but I played good, but I think for the most part our team played really good too. Even today they didn’t have too many quality chances and that helps the goalie a lot.

On the job his teammates did against Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin…
You’ve got to take care of a guy like that because if you give him room he’s going to make plays, and he’s really dangerous, so it tells a lot about our team to be able to shut those guys out.

On how beneficial it will be to rest before the finals…
We had it before this series, so it’s nothing new for us, and we just have to approach it the right way and make the most of it.

On whether it seems that playoffs have happened quickly…
You’ve got to ask me again after finals…

On how it feels to hold the Penguins to two goals in the series…
It’s good. It doesn’t matter if it’s the Penguins or whoever. It’s always good when you let in only two goals in four games. It tells a lot about your team, team effort too, so I like our chances when we let in two goals in four games.

On how it feels to be going to the Stanley Cup Finals…
That’s what you dream about, right? Couldn’t be better.

On what he will do with his time off…
I’ll just hang out, try to get my rest, and stay focused, get ready for the next one.

On whether they will pretend it’s just another hockey game coming up…
I think you have to kind of on some level. You can’t make too big of a deal out of it because it’s the same game. It’s just the Stanley Cup is on the line, but it’s still the same game, and you have to stay focused and focus on your job.

On not doing things differently in the finals…
You can’t change anything. It’s been working so far, so [we’ve] got to keep it up.

On whether he feels the team’s confidence increased along with his focus as the series went on…
I felt pretty good throughout these games. It helps when you get a good start.  I thought we played a pretty good game. Game 1 there took the 1-0 lead in the series and felt good about ourselves and I think that helps the team confidence moving forward and then taking another one too, so I think we were really focused throughout the series. A couple bad periods, but that’s about it.

On what makes it easier to play behind this team…
We’ve been together for a long time, and we kind of know what we do and we can read each other plays and stuff and we blocked a lot of shots and our D [defense], they have really good sticks usually, take care of the passing lanes and the rebounds, so it’s just fun. It helps my job a lot.

On what the past year has been like for him…
It was a little bit different approach this year because you come to training camp and you don’t know if it’s going to happen or not and then obviously it doesn’t happen. Everybody goes away and [we] regroup in January. It’s going to be a tight season, and it felt like playoffs throughout the season pretty much with the schedule we had, and it’s been tough but it’s also been fun. I enjoyed it.

On whether this feels like the best stretch of his career…
Probably, yeah. I obviously haven’t been this far in my career as a goalie, so it’s got to be up there.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD MILAN LUCIC
On what the Bruins are if the Penguins are the Miami Heat…
I got no answer for that. I mean, we just played hard and tried to just go out there and play our game every game. I don’t think anyone expected us to win in four games, but going into this series we truly believed we could win. A lot of guys stepped up and played great, and we’re obviously excited with what we’ve accomplished here tonight.

On going back to the Stanley Cup Finals…
It’s awesome. Being through what we’ve been through as a team over the years, and even this year with everything that happened in the first round and Game 7 and just going through that and getting to this point, it’s truly a great feeling. I think we definitely need to enjoy this tonight. We don’t know who we’re playing yet, so like I said, just enjoy it the next couple of days and then regroup, refocus, and go out there and start having fun again.

On Game 7 vs. Toronto putting them on track…
Yeah, definitely. You can tell in the way we’ve been playing since that game that we were able to create some momentum, and it carried on into the New York series, and it carried on to this series. I think once we won that game, we definitely started to believe in what we could accomplish. And here we are.

On the win as a birthday present…
Yeah, we were talking this morning. Obviously, all the guys knew it was my 25th birthday today. Like I said, there’d be no better present than for us to win the game tonight and move onto the Cup Finals. I just want to thank everyone for fulfilling it. Even though [Novak] Djkovic didn’t fulfill it on the tennis side, but we did it here tonight.

On the feeling in the locker room when Jarome Iginla decided to go to Pittsburgh…
First off, he’s a great player. He’s a legend, he’s a future Hall of Famer, and I think looking back at that day, he earned the right to make the decision that he made. You can never blame a guy for going with his heart and making that type of decision. I’m not going to insult him in any way. He’s a guy that I always looked up to as a teenager and seeing the way that he played. As a Canadian, seeing what he did in the Olympics and all that type of stuff, he’s definitely an idol of mine. But like I said, he earned that right to make the decision that he made. I’m sure if he could go back he would make a different decision, but in saying that, he’s still a great player, he’s got a few more years ahead of him, and you wish him nothing but the best.

On Iginla’s decision getting the Bruins’ competitive juices flowing…
We kind of took it that way, in that sense that when a guy chooses another team over your team, it kind of does light a little bit of a fire underneath you. Fortunately, we were able to turn it into a positive more than a negative.

On the team’s defensive play…
I think Tuukka [Rask] and all the defensemen deserve a lot of credit for what they did in this series. The two best players in the world and you’re able to shut them down to zero points is definitely more than an accomplishment. We have full trust and belief in what they do, and it’s great that what we’ve done as a unit thus far, but the job is not over yet.

On the message in the room after the second period…
We felt like we were kind of sluggish and weren’t really playing our game too much in the first two periods. All we kind of talked about was, you win a period and you win yourself a series to play for the Stanley Cup. I remember telling Quaider [Adam McQuaid] before the game that he was going to score tonight. Someone had a good nickname for him; called him Adam ‘Lone Wolf’ McQuaid. And he comes up with that big slapper and gets a huge goal for us. You look at guys that have gotten series winners the last two series winners with him and [Gregory] Campbell stepping up with big goals. That’s what the playoffs is all about, is different guys stepping up at big times.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD PATRICE BERGERON
On beating the Penguins…
It was a good team that we played and it was a huge team effort throughout those four games and we have to keep it going.

On if he thought they would sweep the Penguins the way they did…
Well obviously probably not, they are such a great team, especially offensively with all the guys that they have. Obviously very happy with the way we have played. It wasn’t just one guy it was the whole team from top to bottom. Tuuks [Tuukka Rask] was huge throughout the playoffs but especially this series, found a way every game.

On if it was fitting that Adam McQuaid got the game winner…
Yeah I think so. We said in the playoffs it’s about everyone it’s about the team and everyone steps up at one point or another and tonight it was Quaider [Adam McQuaid]. He’s one of those guys that you don’t necessarily see that often on the score sheet but he does his job and the way that he plays goes a long way especially in the playoffs and tonight was his turn to score that big goal.

On if the third period felt like overtime…
Yeah for sure. We talked about it, we wanted a better effort than the last 20 and we stepped up our game and we did that and got that first goal, the only goal I should say, and that was huge. We knew we had to get it and keep it and keep the lead and keep pushing forward and not sit on our heals, keep going on our toes and I think we did a good job of that.

On it being his second cup final in three years…
It feels the same. It’s always good but obviously there’s 1 more round and we aren’t satisfied, we got to keep it going. Obviously enjoy this tonight but still tomorrow we have to refocus and get back at it.

On the talk being all about the Penguins leading up to this series…
It was something that we knew. We know what type of team they are, what type of skills they have offensively, we were expecting the odds to be in their favor but we talked about how we needed to play team defense and play our game, play solid and play the way we were supposed to play. We had a full vote of confidence in ourselves and that’s all that mattered. We said it in the playoffs, it’s about putting ourselves in a bubble individually but also as a team and we have to keep that going.

On if Jerome Iginla choosing the Penguins makes this win sweeter…
Honestly no. I know the type of person he is, he’s a competitor, he’s a leader and a great person. He’s a hell of a player also. That being said we had to do a job and we went out there and did it. It wasn’t about him it was about us finding a way to beat the Penguins

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN ZDENO CHARA
On how it feels to be going back to the Stanley Cup…
It’s a great feeling. To get another shot, we know there’s still a long ways to go, but we just gave ourselves a chance.

On when they got a lead, doing what they normally do down the stretch…
Again, it was very hard. It wasn’t very pretty, but who knew that one goal would decide it? It was just one of those games that whoever would score on a power play would probably get more momentum or energy, and more jump. We had some chances, they had some chances; I’m just glad that we were the ones that scored first. Basically from that point we just kind of fed from that.

On what went through his mind after McQuaid scored…
Excitement. He’s not really known for scoring big goals, but fortunately we are very happy for him, and obviously everybody else.

On what is says about his guys allowing two goals in four games against Pittsburgh’s offense…
We were committed to do the little things, and really buy into our structure; what we want to do defensively. Let’s not kid ourselves: they have the best offense in the world, and they are an unbelievable team. They probably deserved better, but we were just playing under our game-plan, and exposing what we do well, and trying to limit what they’re trying to do.

On after the outside criticism on Claude and the system if this validates both…
We don’t pay too much attention to what’s going on outside of this locker room. We know what we have inside this locker room, and obviously the coaching staff is part of it. We’re all on the same boat.

On how big it was to have Seidenberg back this series…
I think it was big. He plays a lot of minutes, he plays a physical game, he’s strong, and he’s one of those guys that whatever you from him, whatever kind of role he’s willing to play, it was huge.

On this being nice, but having one big goal left…
Well of course. Just like I said, we have another round, and we have to get ready for that.

On how incredible it is to be in a second Stanley Cup Final in three years…
It’s very exciting. We all know that it’s not happening every year, and for teams to go into the Finals in whatever, two, three, five years, it takes a lot of hard work. I think we are happy with where we’re at right now, but in a few days we have to get ready for the final round.

On how good the defense has been contributing to the offense…
That’s what you need: contribution from different guys. It’s not always going to be the same guys, even when we get a lot of offense from guys that we rely on. In some key situations of different games we got contributions from guys that maybe are not well known for their offense…

On if he thinks a good defensive team will beat a good offensive team in the playoffs…
For sure, you have a good chance.

On Pittsburgh trying to beat them 1-on-1 up the ice, and if he was surprised they didn’t change their strategy…
Again, we were really trying to play the way we can, and really not focusing as much on what they were trying to do. We were really trying to play tight defensively, five guys on the ice, and not to really open up too much or give them too much room.

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN JOHNNY BOYCHUK
On being unbelievable to hold the Penguins to only two goals…
It was a good team effort throughout each game, and we didn’t expect to hold them to two goals in four games but I mean they hit a couple posts and we got a couple of good bounces and both teams worked hard and just a good team effort.

On Tuukka Rask seeing beach balls instead of hockey pucks and getting better every game…
No, I know. He’s been playing phenomenal and he gives us a chance to win every night even if we’re not playing at our best and he’s Tuukka [Rask]

On Seidenberg not missing a beat after coming back from an injury…
Yeah, he didn’t miss a beat. He came back and did the same thing that he was going before and it’s great to see.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS HEAD COACH DAN BYLSMA POSTGAME
Opening statement...
Congratulations are in order for the Boston Bruins on their team, their organization, Claude Julien. Their team played great. Their team certainly played outstanding against us. They deserve a lot of credit for that. Congratulations and certainly good luck to them.

On if he feels they left everything out there tonight...
I think for the last eight periods of hockey, everything was left out there.  Game 3 was as hard-fought and competitive for territory and turf as any game I've been a part of.  This one was much like that.  Our guys left it all out there.  Our guys played extremely hard. We didn't come up with that goal, either in Game 3 or Game 4.  You have to give the Bruins a ton of credit for that and the way they played and battled, as well.

On if this series was a coming out part for Tuukka Rask...
There's no question that the performance he put in in this series was elite.  He was the difference in the series, there is no question. It's not like we didn't have good opportunities and good scoring chances.  We had good looks at the net.  We had good opportunities, even in Game 1, had 12 scoring chances in the first period.  He was the difference in that game. We weren't able to get on the board, get in a lead at any time in the series.  Again, Game 3's performance, he was a 50-plus A performance, outstanding, spectacular in a lot of his saves.  Again tonight he was up to the task. No question about this being his best performance.

On if he ever would have thought that a lack of offense for the team would be a storyline in this series...
I don't.  I share your disbelief that's a possible storyline in this series.  You know, at times, even going down to maybe the last play at net by Malkin, when he had the empty net, it felt like something was keeping the puck out of the net. It certainly wasn't lack of opportunity or scoring chances or situations for our team, for our players, for our power play.  We did have them.  And at the end it felt like not only Tuukka Rask was keeping the puck out of the net, but there was a force around the net because we had some great opportunities, good situations for our team, our players, and were not able to find any kind of goal in this series, and never a lead.

On if there is anything that he looks at in this series as a moment that they could have done something differently to shake things up...
We didn't do the job.  We didn't come up with those situations in any of the games.  Now I'll look at some of those situations. When it comes to the power play, more than half our power plays had different people on it for a variety of reasons.  But, you know, we didn't get our top unit together for more than half of them because of penalties or other situations during the course of the game. We didn't have the continuity on our power play, get that goal, win the special teams that would have been the difference in one of these games.  Certainly a goal in 3 and 4 would have been a different factor for us, if we were able to get that.  We weren't able to do that, so...

On if this one hurt a little more given the fact that they loaded up at the deadline and were seen by many as a team that was built to win a Stanley Cup...
Our team is a team that considers itself a team capable of winning a Stanley Cup, put together to win a Stanley Cup.  That's our expectation from day one.  That's how we build through the season.  We certainly feel that we were a team that was capable of winning a Stanley Cup. So, you know, coming up short from that, no question, it's disappointing.  No question, you feel like with the expectations that we have on ourselves, that the team has for this group, no question you're going to look at this as a missed opportunity. Your second question about Jarome.  You know, I don't think there's a player in there that's going to feel that they didn't struggle at a certain part of our game, with the looks at the net, scoring opportunities. Evgeni Malkin shot the puck over and over and over again, had great scoring chances.  He's going to have felt he missed an opportunity and didn't get the goals we needed, five-on-five or the power play. You can say that about Jarome, you can say that about a lot of guys on our team, the missed opportunity that we left out there.

On the performance of Tomas Vokoun...       
Tomas, I thought, was two goals short of brilliant, two goals short of Tuukka Rask in these two games.  He was great.  Not as many saves as Rask in Game 3, but he was equally up to the task, and he was again tonight. I thought he played outstanding.  It was dueling goaltenders there for a lot for games 3 and 4.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FORWARD CHRIS KUNITZ
On tonight’s game…
Maybe because our power play didn’t score a goal. That was the key to the other series that we went in and capitalized on key moments. We didn’t zero that, sometimes we barely generated energy from our bench.

On not getting the key rebounds…
They have good structure. They are willing to battle and have guys there and bring then bring guys back to play defensively. Maybe we didn’t capitalize on shots that we needed to take earlier, tired to make too many passes.

On missed opportunities for the Penguins…
There are some key moments, too. There were a few, like the first game in Pittsburgh. A few went off the post that would have really changed momentum maybe of the series and a 1-1 game. You have to work for your bounces. They are very opportunistic, they did a lot of great things and they took it to us.

On the effects of the two overtimes…
I thought we got to our game and played tough until they scored their goal. I thought we played with good energy. We were going the right things, we just weren’t hitting the net and weren’t going there and weren’t putting pucks in.

On the series and loss tonight…
You look back at the games and we knew that we didn’t have very good effort in Pittsburgh and we needed to do better. Can’t let games like that slip away from you. We knew that the series was going to be like the games here. One goal game. Take one in overtime. If you don’t get the bounce at least you are coming out and playing hard. We didn’t do a good enough job in Pittsburgh, and they got the bounces and the wins here and took it to us.

On making it far in the playoffs…
In every series there is probably a game you could have won if it bounced the other way and could have won in overtime. It’s too late in the series for us to be hoping to win games. We had to go out and do what we do.

On changes during the off season…
It’s not my choice. I don’t have any control of that. That’s something that just have go look back at the year and take some of the positives and what we did well. But we know that we didn’t accomplish our goal.

On the chemistry of the team…
I think we played some of our best hockey going into the deadline when we got guys, we had a great streak going. We felt healthy going into the playoffs and all of the rounds. We ran into a hot goaltender and a hot team.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FORWARD JAROME IGINLA
On why the Penguins were swept…
Well there were some close games. We tip our hat to the Bruins, they’re playing great hockey. They’re playing tight and they also are opportunistic, and they play hard. They played well. They had a very good series, and they won the close games. Besides number two, that was totally their game, and the other games, they found a way, in the first one, to weather our shots, our chances, and they kept it out of their net and they found a way to win.

On where the Penguins fell short…
Obviously we’re a very good team, too, and we went cold at the wrong time, as far as going in. And I had a very tough series, there’s no question about that. I’m sure those close games, yeah, we believe we’re going to find a way to win those close games. We didn’t, and they did, and they’re moving on, and they played great hockey.

On what made this series tough for him…
Right now, I don’t know. I don’t know what the answer is, but I just didn’t get anything going for the group. As a team, we didn’t find ways to get that, you know, we had great goaltending, our PK was great, and our power play had moved it around but didn’t find ways to get it in. It was something that as a team, overtime games and a one-nothing game here, you’re just trying to find a way to get that extra goal, and they did it. They deserve to be moving on, but it does, it definitely hurts.

On if this loss is tough since he came to Pittsburgh to win a Cup…
It doesn’t make it easier, but I’m very fortunate to get the chance to come to Pitt, and you want this opportunity. You want an opportunity to be in the Conference Finals, and have a chance to win, and we had that chance. The Bruins, they played very well, they’re a very good team. I was fortunate to have that choice, and when you make it you definitely believe in the guys here, and we played some great hockey up until this last series. It also stings not playing well in this last series. These four games, I just didn’t play very well, and that’s when you want to play your best for the team, and you want to find ways to contribute and be a part of these close games, and help it go the other way.


PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FORWARD JAMES NEAL
On what happened…
…find the back of the net and get a goal. We had some great looks, but at the end of the day you can only battle for every chance. We were right there and just couldn’t find it. I felt like we were in on the forecheck, getting chances, getting shots. But the last two games just couldn’t find a goal.

On what they need to do differently…
Well you’ve got to put it by the goalie. They goalie made some great saves. I don’t know if you’re asking if we had to do something differently, obviously if we wanted to do something different we had to put it in the back of the net. I don’t know if you watched the game or not, but the chances were right there to put it in the back of the net. So I don’t think we should have done anything different. Just when you run into a hot goalie in the playoffs, it will win you games.

On whether they were shocked to never have a leads in the series…
Yeah, you know when you’re playing from behind – not only a game but in the series there’s no room for error. When you’re battling from behind the whole series it wears on you. You just keep going back to we just couldn’t find that one goal or one spark to get us going. We had a hold of it tonight and were right there, but couldn’t come up with it.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FORWARD EVGENI MALKIN
On his thoughts on the series…
We lost this series at home. We started down 2-0 at home with big mistakes, and the last two games played very well, I’m happy with how the team played the last two games, but it’s tough to win here, and the goalie played very well.

On if he felt like the team had a lot of chances…
I tried; I tried. Of course if you can’t get shots, you can’t score goals. But it’s tough because sometimes I’m not scoring and I start to get nervous. Sometimes I have a good chance, but maybe I try to shoot quicker, but just sometimes I need to wait and shoot it into the empty net. It’s tough; I don’t have confidence with zero goals.

On people expecting him and Crosby every year, and how tough it is to accept they scored zero goals…
I’m doing my job; I’m trying to do what I can. Sometimes better, sometimes not, but we played in the Conference Finals; this is a good year. But we lost 4-0; it’s very bad. We scored four goals in two games; it’s not enough. It’s my mistakes that I scored zero goals. It’s not good for me.

On how much it was Tuukka Rask and the Bruins blocking shots…
My job is not to play goalie, my job is to score goals. It doesn’t matter what’s going on, on the ice. If you shoot 20 times with zero goals, it’s not good. We have lots of chances, sometimes bad luck, but‑ it’s tough to say right now, but [Tuukka Rask] is good.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS DEFENSEMAN KRIS LETANG
On whether Games 1 & 2 cost them, because 3 & 4 were closer…
You have to win four games. That’s the only thing I know.

On describing what happened tonight…
They won four games and we didn’t. That’s it, that’s what happened. I think Games 3 & 4 we could go either way, and there’s not one guy that didn’t leave it all out there – whatever they could on the ice. We battled hard. At the end of the day it takes one guy to move on.

On whether it’s any tougher being swept…
I don’t think it matters – if you lose in seven if you lose in the first round. Every year for us when you don’t reach the final it’s a fail. We have the assets to go far every year, and the management and the owners always help us to create a good team. So it’s always a fail when we don’t get our goal.

On being shut out twice this series…
It’s not a shock. They play really well defensively and we didn’t managed to score goals. The goalie played really well. And some of the bounces didn’t go our way. But they’re a good team, and they move on and we’re not. So that’s the end of the story.

On whether there’s a particular moment when the series took a turn…
Game 3. We battled hard, and we hit posts, and I think it could have gone the other way. But at the end of the day you’ve got to win four games, and we didn’t so…

On whether they way they lost was shocking…
Shocking? I mean if we were to lose in seven it’s the same result – we don’t move on. We want to move on. I think every year when we look at our dressing room we think we have a chance. So I think if we don’t reach the final it’s a fail for us.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS GOALTENDER TOMAS VOKOUN
On whether the way the series unfolded was shocking…
We lost. Obviously it’s a shock. You go to the series, you want to win. I don’t think words can describe it. You go through the season with a team like we had and it’s very disappointing. I really don’t know what to say it’s tough moment and unfortunately for Pittsburgh only one team can win and that’s not going to be us.

On what he thought went wrong…
Obviously the easy way to say we didn’t score enough, but I think we have to look at it, give it a little bit more time. It’s four nothing it’s tough and except one of the games all the games were close, but we weren’t able to make it count when we needed it and we lost.

On whether there was a turning point in the series…
I mean when you lose four nothing I don’t think it’s about turning points. If it’s four two or something then you know my head is still in the game and it’s really hard to kind of judge what happened in the last two weeks. It’s really disappointing. We had a great and we just didn’t get it done.

On whether the season now is a disappointment…
For me obviously, I think for all the guys here. You look at the personnel we have and what the ownership did at the deadline and all that and we just didn’t get it done. So I don’t think we can be satisfied with losing in the conference finals.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FORWARD SIDNEY CROSBY
On the blindside hit he took…
It didn’t feel good.

On if he was surprised a penalty wasn’t called…
It was kind of way out of the play. I think it’s a penalty, but it might have kind of been so far out of the play they just might not have seen it.

On if he was worried the feeling was concussion related…
It just knocked the wind out of me. When you get a big hit, it obviously doesn’t feel great. You lose your wind. But I didn’t have any problems.

On if he’s otherwise healthy…
Yes.

On if this was like facing Jaroslav Halak and Montreal a few years ago with their scoring problems…
I don’t know, for whatever reason we weren’t able to capitalize. We had chances tonight—open nets—their team blocked it, or one jumped over [Letang’s] stick there on a wide-open net. There weren’t times where we were worried to be honest with you. We felt like we were losing momentum, or there’s times where you get three, four shifts where they’re heavy in, and you feel like they’ve got a lot of pressure. There wasn’t really any point besides that second game where we felt like that. We felt like we were getting chances pretty consistently and they were few and far between for both teams, but they capitalized, and we didn’t.

On not scoring a point the entire series…
If you look back, the chances are there. You try to fight, you try to get through to the net and get rebounds, and sometimes they come to you, sometimes they don’t. But obviously, you score two goals as a team in four games and virtually we go without any points. That doesn’t sit very well.

On if that’s as good a defensive team as he’s seen in his career…
They’re solid. They make you earn your chances. That being said, I don’t feel like they totally shut us down. I feel like we got chances, but Rask made some big saves. They’re consistent; they don’t give you chances, you have to earn them. We earned them, but unfortunately we didn’t’ capitalize on them.

On this team being built to win a Cup, but not reaching it…
That’s the expectation, and to come up this short definitely doesn’t sit well with anyone. Three of the four games, I felt like we probably could have come out with wins, but we just missed those big plays where we could get a power play goal, or an OT goal last game. The timing in those big moments we need to come up with big plays, and we didn’t.


BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN PREGAME AT 11:40 A.M.
On what he told his team today about how they need to play...
I think we know how we need to play.  It's about bringing it tonight. This is about one game.  It's nothing more than about one game, what we need to do here.  So we try and minimize all the hoopla around everything and keep it to the one game, how we need to play. Again, I mentioned yesterday that we didn't play our best game last game.  They played better.  So we need to be a better team tonight.

On what he likes about Kaspars Daugavins...
He's a gritty player.  He's strong on the puck, strong as an individual, he can shoot the puck.  Got a lot of qualities. We've always said we've got depth on this team.  We showed it when injuries crept up on defense.  Now we've got an injury up front.  He's going to have to step in and do his job.

On being able to switch in and out of the third and fourth lines that he had at the morning skate...
That's what I meant yesterday when I said I have lots of options.  I can interchange guys, move them around.  We'll see how things go. That's what I had this morning in the morning skate.  They know it can change.  Not necessarily set in stone.

On how Brad Marchand’s temper has helped him elevate that game...
He's just more involved, more confident. But every year in the playoffs, not only does he become a target for other teams, but he responds to it.  What he's got to do is respond to it in a positive way.  We saw him score that goal, the fourth goal, in Game 2 where he took off, scored a goal.  I think that's a great way to respond. As long as he doesn't cross the line - we've said that before - we've got to keep him in check.  His emotion is what makes him a real good player.  You have to let him play with some emotion. Again, as long as he doesn't cross the line...

On if getting all of the players on the same page comes from them knowing the team’s expectations...
Just by talking with those guys, you talk to your team, you talk to lines, you talk to individuals, you do all of those things.  Coaching nowadays is a lot more of that. That's why you see a lot of assistant coaches around, because there's a lot of work to be done.  They do a lot of the video stuff.  You do a lot of the managing of players, individuals, groups. That's how you try and make things work around here.

On if there are any lingering effects from the double overtime in Game Three...
Well, I mean, it's going to be interesting because both teams obviously took the day off yesterday, didn't skate.  The players that played didn't skate.  So there's no doubt, it's going to be a challenge.  But it's the same for both teams. It's not about one team being worse than the others.  I think both teams left everything they had on the ice last game. It's about recovery, making sure you're ready to push yourself through it tonight.

On all of the players being equal and none being on a pedestal...
Well, that's the way I feel a team should be.  Nobody should be on a pedestal.  There's a lot of guys in there that you could easily put on a pedestal. Not only are they not put on a pedestal, they don't want to be put on a pedestal.  I think we appreciate the fact that everybody's important. As I said before, the Merlot line has always been regarded as something special because they've been treated the same as everybody else.  They're not extra players, not fourth-line guys that don't play much.  They're guys that bring something to the team and to the game. I guess their input should be as valuable as any other input.  So you can get a 30-goal-scorer and say, Well, he's quite a player.  But you also got guys that will probably save you 30 goals.  Why shouldn't they be as important?

On if Brad Marchand ever gets under his skin...
Not for long [laughter].  When he does, it's not very long.  It gets addressed very quickly. All that said, those guys are really good people.  I'm sure from other teams, you're going to hear the same thing.  Their emotions are what happens on the ice.  But at the same time, I mean, I've been hard on them, but hard like any parent would be on their kid growing up. My job is about hockey.  He's been really good about those things.  He gets it.  That's why he's kept improving.

On if he likes penalties being called in overtimes...
I know there's been a lot of discussion about that whole thing. But anybody who watched the game, there was a standard that was established in that game.  That's why nobody's really complaining on the hockey side of it, either team. There were a lot of things that might have been, could have been called, but wasn't.  It's the both on same sides. You can go through the whole game, but if you took time to watch the game over again, you'd see a lot of things that didn't get called.  At the end of the day, as long as the standards are the same for both teams.  We can argue we want a certain standard. I'd like my team to play the same every night, but it doesn't.  It's too easy to pick on referees, way too easy.  At the end of the night, it's what the standard was.  If it was the same for both teams, there shouldn't be any complaints.

On if the loss of Gregory Campbell limits his options in the faceoff circle...
Well, I mean, we feel we have a lot of good faceoff guys.  Probably doesn't show last game.  You lose a centerman, somebody else has to step in.  We have lots of guys.  A lot of times they put two centermen out there anyway. I hope it's not going to be an issue anyway.  You don't replace a guy like Gregory Campbell by putting another guy in there.  He brings a lot.  It's when you lose a guy like him, you realize the hole that he's left. Like every other team, you have to find ways to fill it, some of it will be by other bodies, some of it will be by other guys stepping in.
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