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by Staff Writer / Boston Bruins
BOSTON BRUINS POSTGAME QUOTES

BOSTON BRUINS VS NEW YORK ISLANDERS
Saturday, February 7, 2015

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE AT 9:45 PM
On how he felt about the game tonight…
Yeah I thought we grinded it out well in the third period.  Obviously our second period wasn’t the greatest and even our first.  I thought our execution tonight was just above average but it wasn’t it’s best and because of that we had a lot of pucks turned over or in the offensive zone we weren’t there for long periods of time so we weren’t getting as much offense.  But I thought in the third period we kind of got our game going in a better direction there and finished strong but you know sometimes that’s what you got to do on certain nights when not everything is clicking.  At the same time you appreciate the character and resiliency of your team by fighting it through and winning this tough hockey game.

On the ability of Loui Eriksson to find that puck and score the goal...
Yeah I mean he’s always been a good net front player when it comes to that stuff.  People probably don’t realize how good he is because his physicality isn’t one of [Milan] Lucic but it’s certainly a guy that’s smart enough to get to the right place at the right time and he finds the puck.  Great job for him getting in front of the net to start with but also spinning and finding the puck and banging it in.  So that’s what you get from Loui [Eriksson] on a lot of nights and we talked about that, that was one of the things we had to do tonight, was get a little more traffic in front of the net and it wasn’t quite there at the beginning but it was better in the third.

On if he expects to see that putting him back together with Carl Soderberg & Chris Kelly…
Well yeah I mean, as I mentioned before, I’m going to move parts around when I feel that I need to and then there’s some chemistry there for at least a year and a half, almost two years.  I didn’t feel that we were getting a lot of offense and so I had to move some parts around.  Putting them together, I felt confident that they would be able to generate some offense and they did.

On the solid play of Tuukka Rask tonight…
Well it’s one of many I guess lately.  He’s in a zone, he’s just been really good for us, focused and even intense. He’s not afraid to yell at the players around him if they aren’t doing their jobs and you know he’s just been determined athlete in this last little while and it’s made a big difference for our hockey team.

On how comfortable he would be going back to back with Tuukka Rask...
Oh good ‘ol Joe [McDonald].  Are there any other questions?

On if they made things simpler in the third period due to ice conditions...
I don’t think it was the ice, I don’t think it was the pucks, I just think it was the situation personally.  I think our focus and our determination was just better and probably made harder crisper passes in the third than we did in the first two periods and that’s what I meant.  I didn’t think that our execution was at its best there for the longest time and it got better in the third.

On how hard it has been for the team to sustain their intensity during this stretch of hockey...
Well I mean we’ve played well enough that I think its been there but again tonight I thought we had a real good start, the first five minutes we seemed really motivated.  Guys were excited about seeing the [Patriots] players out there and shaking their hands and everything else and they came out strong and they scored that goal and we got that goal back but then the game just seemed to, once it got even again, it just seemed to die down from our end a bit.  In the second period again, the same thing, the execution wasn’t quite there but I’m repeating myself, but I liked the way we handled the third.  We came out there with a little bit more determination and it showed even on the shot clock.

On Chris Kelly making the shot block on Johnny Boychuck at the end of the game...
I think we all know what he’s capable of doing.  He’s so reliable and he’ll do that anytime and even under pressure he’ll make the smart plays, he doesn’t really panic and he’s a reliable guy.  So he’s one of the guys I like to see out there whenever I can at the end of a game and his willingness, like you said, to block shots no matter who is shooting it is the most important thing.  Even taking that hit and losing his helmet, he’s disciplined enough to come to the bench and not take a retaliatory penalty.  So there are a lot of good things that Kells [Chris Kelly] does for our team that is a great example for everybody.

On if the games begin to feel like playoff games at this point in the season...
They always do every year, no matter what, even when we were at the top of the standing we knew that every team that came in played a much tougher game it was like playoff hockey.  That’s normally what happens heading into February and March, there’s a lot at stake and I think teams put their best foot forward during that time.

On what he saw from David Pastrnak in the first two periods...
Well I had the last change tonight so I could get the matchup that I wanted.  I thought Smitty [Reilly Smith] was struggling on that line, right now you could see that his confidence wasn’t very good tonight, everything he touched kind of exploded on him.  I thought I’d give David Pastrnak the opportunity to move up and give that team a little bit more speed and I think he did.  I thought he was playing well and he seemed to gain confidence from that.  By putting Loui [Eriksson] back with his line it seemed to stabilize that line.  I thought Piesy [Daniel Paille] did a great job, it’s unfortunate that he didn’t score on that great opportunity over the net but putting a good skater and a guy that can normally be relied on for defensive purposes against [John] Tavares’ line was the reason I put him there.

On how Claude learned to keep Loui [Eriksson] motivated on and off the ice after his struggles last season...
Most of the time I always spend a lot of time getting to know a player off the ice well and I’ll even call his ex-coach and ask him how he reacts to certain things.  Then you try to get as much information as you can, but on the ice I had to gauge myself on how he was playing so that when he wasn’t playing that well, I couldn’t give him the ice time that I’m giving him now but I guess that’s the only way I could see giving him the ice time and the places to play.  The one thing that really stuck in my mind just watching him, was how good his hockey sense was right from the get go.  You knew he was a smart player, so it was just a matter of him finding his game and when he found his game I was able to utilize him more.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD LOUI ERIKSSON
On how he found that puck at his feet so quickly when he scored...
Yes, it was just a good play by Kels [Chris Kelly], he put it on the net there, and we were able to find it. I think I got a shot on first and it was laying under my feet and I found a way to put it in, so it was nice.

On if it feels like second nature when he is on Carl Soderberg line...
Yeah, I’m use to playing with them and it seems like anytime they put us together we find a way to score a goal so that was a big play and a big goal to get the lead and you know, win the game.

On if he tells Coach to stop breaking them up...
No I haven't, we’ll see what happens next game and I am comfortable to play with Bergy [Patrice Bergeron] and Marchy [Brad Marchand], too so we’ll see what happens tomorrow night.

On what they were able to do in the third period to get the win...
Yeah we find a way to win the game and Tuukka [Rask] played a great for us the whole game so he really helped us a lot there so we found a way to score that important goal in the third, and I thought we played a little bit better in the third and it made us to win the game.

On how important little things like Chris Kelly’s block are to the game...
No it’s really important you see, on our goal Kels [Chris Kelly] made a great play in the neutral zone to take it away and then Carl [Soderberg] drove the net, and we find a way to score that goal in the end where Kels [Chris Kelly] makes a huge play for us to block that shot and I thought he had a really good game tonight, and like I said, Tuukka [Rask] play really well for us, too.

On how they are winning these low scoring games...
I think we stuck with it tonight, they were playing good, they are a good team and have some fast, skilled players making plays. But like a I said, Tuukka [Rask] made some really good saves for us and we find a way to win the game, so it was two important points for us.

On if he is used to Coach playing around with the lines...
I think he likes to match up in some of the games and they have some really good players in the Islanders who can make plays so it’s up to the coach who he wants to be on the ice. The last couple of games have been like that so we just need to find a way to win games and that’s what its all about.

On if he ever thinks we’ve been playing well together, why are you breaking us up?...
No, it’s just what matters for me is to win the games and it’s not up to me who’s going to be on the ice, it’s the coaches job. Like I said, I’m comfortable to play with Kels [Chris Kelly] and [Carl] Soderberg and I just want to go out and play and help the team as much as I can.

On if his confidence is high on his recent goal streak...
Yeah I am feeling good and I think I am getting a lot of ice time out there and we just have to build off the good things we do out there and hopefully you can chip in and score goals and make good plays out there. We just have to keep going.

On the difference between his contribution from last year to this year...
Yeah I don’t know about last year but you know, it was a weird season for me with a concussion and everything, too. It’s definitely nice to be helping out here and scoring goals and making big plays. It’s a team game, everyone has to do it, and I think we have a really good team here.

On if it feels like his game has improved and gotten back to where it was before he came to the Bruins...
Yeah I am feeling comfortable out there and like I said, I am getting a lot of ice time and they like how I play out there in both ends so you just have to build on the good things and keep it up and I feel good out there like I said, just keep going.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD CHRIS KELLY
On how blocking the puck felt…
No it didn’t feel… things have felt better, but yeah it is what it is.

On whether he knew who was shooting it…
Oh yeah, unfortunately. It would have been nice if it was someone else, but he got me last game I think in New York too, so that’s part of it.

On Tuukka Rask’s performance…
Tuukks bails us out all year long and if we can try to get in those shooting lanes and help him out a little bit it’s nice because we really do appreciate him. It’s nice when he can appreciate us a little bit.

On how important the willingness to pay the price is to get the two points…
Yeah, I think it’s huge, and you look down our lineup and everyone does it. Seids [Dennis Seidenberg] made a huge block on one of the kills in the third and Zee [Zdeno Chara] and Adam [McQuaid] they deal with so many. You look at, at the end of the night, the blocked shots category and they’re always up there and that kind of goes unnoticed by a lot of people, but it’s part of us having success that they’re willing to do that.

On having his helmet knocked off…
Yeah, emotions run high, but you’ve got to regroup, take a breath and skate to the bench.

On whether he knew he clipped Calvin de Haan in their collision…
Did I? I didn’t know that. I hope he’s okay. Calvin and I work out in the summer together, so I didn’t know that. Like I said, I hope he’s alright.

On not having perfect execution but how pleased he is to be able to grind out a win…
Yeah, that wasn’t our best game. We were a little out of sync at times but we managed to keep it close and Tuukks gave us an opportunity and I thought our third period was the best period, the best period of the night. It wasn’t our best period all year, but we found a way which is good.

On chemistry with Loui Eriksson and why they work so well together…
He loves Carl [Soderberg]. I think that’s the reason we work so well. They’re speaking Swedish. They just block the three of us from celebrating. No, I don’t know. I think we just, we gel well. Certain players gel well with others and Loui’s been doing a great job. He had a great assist in New York with Patrice [Bergeron]. He’s just a great all around player that does a lot of good things and that just showed, like that goal, just finding the puck. That’s tough to do when a guy’s draped on you, to find the puck and put it in.

On having the Patriots come out with their trophy and Rob Gronkowski spiking the puck…
Yeah, it was pretty awesome I think. You could tell the fans were very into it. I think I said to Seids [Dennis Seidenberg], “This place is going to erupt,” because I think we kind of had a heads up what he was going to do which was awesome.

On how he read the play on the goal after they gained control of the puck…
I noticed that their winger wasn’t lined up beside me. He kind of took off and [Thomas] Hickey didn’t even look over at Johnny [Boychuk] so I just figured they kind of had a play set up there so I just backed off really and he happened to throw it up to me and I kind of had some space, so they did, you know, Carl and Loui did a great job driving the net there.

On whether these games are as much about showing that they can compete with these teams as they are about getting two points because they may see some of these teams in the playoffs…
I know we’re not where we want to be in the standings, but I don’t think we’re trying to hang with the big dogs. I like to think we’re up there. Every game is big for us. Every points are big and those guys, you know, we put ourselves in this hole early on and we’re playing well but those top teams are playing well too. They’re finding ways to win, so we’ve got to dig ourselves out of the situation we put ourselves in early in the year, but I think we can play with anyone in this league.

On Claude Julien making in-game changes and winning despite not playing exactly how they want and whether that makes any difference as long as they get two points…
I had a coach once say, “I’d rather my team play bad and win than play good and lose,” and I’m kind of that way. Points speak for themselves. It’s easy to come to the rink and regroup and refocus when you’ve gone out the night before and gotten two points. You guys all saw, tonight wasn’t our best game, but that’s going to happen in 82 games. I think tonight is one of those games that you build character from and you realize that you’re not always going to be at your best but as long as you stay focused and continue to push that you can win games.

On whether it is important to get a good result against the Canadiens tomorrow to make a statement to that team…
I don’t know. You know, we’ve played them so much over the years that we’re not looking to make a statement game. I think it’s more just trying to go out and play our best and get two points just like we play any other team. Right now that’s our main focus is trying to get points.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD DANIEL PAILLE
On Claude Julien changing up the lines…
Claude’s definitely changing the lines a lot more than he did in the past. And you know for us as players, we have to be willing or know how to adjust quickly to that. He’s not hesitating. When he sees something is not working, he wants to try to change it up and get something from everybody. So I ended up on the right side, and you know it hasn’t been anything new, from time to time I’m in there, and I’m pretty comfortable there now. And I enjoyed the time up there.

On the pass from Patrice Bergeron and missing the shot in the third period…
Yeah, to be honest I wasn’t even trying to put that up, I was trying to put it in, and unfortunately it rolled up and went over the net. People are probably as shocked as I was. So you know it was definitely – on a play like that you want to finish it and give the team a lead, but thankfully we were able to get one late in the game and come out on top there.

On how he would have liked to score, but how he plays another important role…
Yeah, I think for me in that case obviously putting up goals is important, but not getting scored against is just as important. We did a good job for the most part in the game, and we stayed composed in our defensive zone. But we created some scoring chances as well. So overall it was a good game and a good period.

On whether he has a guess as to who he’ll play with tomorrow night…
No, I mean your guess is as good as mine. So for me I’m preparing myself to play the game with my regular line, and if things change then things change. But like I said before, Claude [Julien] has been changing the lines a lot more this year than in the past, and you’ve just got to be ready wherever you are.

On his missed chance with a rolling puck in the third…
Yeah you know absolutely. I know Bergy [Patrice Bergeron] was probably looking and he saw me back door, and you know unfortunately I missed it, it went over the net. I definitely wasn’t trying to raise it, it just somehow went up there. Unfortunately it didn’t go in and I wasn’t able to capitalize there for our team to give us the lead. But luckily we were able to get one late in the third by the [Carl] Soderberg line and able to come out on top for us.

On whether the team views tomorrow’s game against the Montreal Canadiens any differently than any other game…
I mean for us we just look at it as a divisional point, and it’s crucial to do that. So far this year I think we’ve lost more point than we’ve won, and I think that’s where we need to focus and realize that for us it’s just a game and we have to focus on the division.

On facing a team with speed and trying to shut them down in the neutral zone, and whether he felt they struggled with that tonight…
Yeah certainly, I thought the first and third were a little bit better, but we struggled a little bit more in the second when they had a lot more opportunities. It’s definitely not the way we play our game. And they did a good job moving the puck and they kind of skated around us, and we didn’t have good sticks for the most past. But overall we played fairly well defensively, we tried to contain their opening slots. But Tuukka [Rask] was solid for us back there, and that made it key for us to stay in the game.

BRUINS GOALTENDER TUUKKA RASK POSTGAME
On Bruins’ forward Chris Kelly blocking the last shot of the game…
Hey, I didn’t want to stop that. I saw who was shooting and that’s why I was so happy for it. You need that. Important moments of the game you need to sacrifice and it was good to see that. I think he is alright though.

On the play of Bruins’ forward Chris Kelly…
Yeah, I think that most of the time he’s so tired that he can’t move that long. He’s always in the shooting lane. He’s a veteran guy. Smart player, he makes the right plays. Really good to see him out there.

On the Islanders’ play...
Yeah, you know they’re a quick team and they’re skilled, they make plays. Whenever you give them the chance to get on the rush, they come. They come with four guys and that can sometimes become an issue for us. You know, we didn’t do a great job with that today. I think we turned over pucks a little too much, but in the third period, we bounced back and played a solid third.

On if he’s more confident the team can get that late goal now rather than a couple months ago…
I don’t know. I don’t think so. We’ve always trusted each other and we can turn games around. Just a matter of getting those bounces and lately, we’ve been getting those.

On whether his confidence makes him want to continue playing tomorrow…
Hey, whenever they tell me to play, I’ll play. I played, I don’t know, 14, 15 in a row now. I’ll try to break the record I guess.

On if he wants to play the Montreal Canadiens tomorrow…
Doesn’t matter to me. Nobody’s told me otherwise, so I’m sure I’m playing, but you know, if I play hopefully we’ll get a win so I don’t have to answer your questions again. 

On the team’s struggles beating the Montreal Canadiens in recent matchups…
We’re playing well. It’s always a big game against them because you know, wherever you go in Boston when the Habs are coming to town, it’s a big game, but we don’t really think of it as any bigger game than usual. We try to approach it as any other game, but the fact is that we haven’t been able to beat them that many times in the past and we have to change this because another fact is that we’re most likely going to play them in the playoffs this year so have to learn to play against them.

On whether a good performance tomorrow will boost his confidence in future matchups…
No, no. I had a shutout against them in the playoffs and beat them three times. Not enough obviously. It doesn’t matter to me. Every game I play, I try to have a shutout and keep our team in it. Lately against the Habs, hasn’t been the case winning wise, but we get another crack at it tomorrow

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN TOREY KRUG
On heading down the tunnel during the game…
Nothing serious, just wind knocked out of me but I’m alright.

On coming right back afterward…
Yeah exactly. Hard hit.

On a bad history with Strome…
The patriots had me really pumped up. No, no history there. I’ve met him a few times, I know him. We were in the box talking after it was his first fight. It was fun.

On the third period being a lot better…
We came into the locker room after two not very happy with our play and they were kind of taking it to us and we just got back to simple hockey. When our teams playing simple we have a chance at success. The winning goal is an example of that. Soft chip to the middle and going to the net and hard work. That third period was a lot better.

On the importance of Kelly blocking shots…
He’s a big part of our team and a big part of this locker room. Nobody in here expected anything else besides Kells [Chris Kelly] jumping in front of that. He’s a great part of our team and we’re lucky to have him.

On Montreal and the rivalry the past couple of years…
It’s another game that’s worth two points just like every other one. We’re going to come in here and our goal at the beginning of the weekend was to get four points and we got the first two. That’s what we’re looking forward to.

On your mindset about Montreal…
Like I just said. It’s another game that’s worth two points and the way that we’ve been talking is just coming to the rink every day making sure that we’re given our chance to win those two points and to move up in the standings. They’re a team we’ve been chasing and whether its Montreal or Detroit or any other team that’s ahead of us we’ll treat them the same.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD DAVID PASTRNAK
On whether he’s starting to feel more comfortable…
Yeah. I’m just trying to keep working hard for the team, and do whatever it takes, and play my game.

On having some big hits lately, and whether that’s something he’s trying to work into his game…
No. I mean we try to forecheck hard, and then if we do we get more pucks back and we have more rush chances. That’s something that we have to do – the whole team, you know.

On coach leaving him up with David Krejci and Milan Lucic, especially late in the game, and whether that boosts his confidence…
Yeah you know, it’s the offensive line, I try to work hard and get some chances. And I like to play with [David] Krejci and [Milan Lucic] Looch – I know what to expect from them, and it’s nice to play with them.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS HEAD COACH JACK CAPUANO POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE
On tonight’s effort…
I’m really proud of the effort that we had in there tonight. You know, we played a solid game against a good hockey team. We had some chances, but you know, we’ve got to find a way to score some goals here. That’s the big thing right now moving forward.

On the team’s fight and losing players throughout the game…
Yeah it was… you know what, there was a lot of shots going to both goalies tonight, and just fortunately for them the one that the rebound came out and [Loui] Eriksson was there to put it in, and we still had some chances. I thought the second and third were really good, so we’ve got some injuries now. We’re going to have to evaluate our team moving forward for tomorrow.

On Chad Johnson’s performance…
Yeah I thought Chad gave us a chance to win. I thought he was excellent. I thought his goalie touches were good tonight too. They come extremely hard with two guys on the forecheck. I thought he communicated with our D and he made some big saves when he had to. I thought it was… you know, it’s disappointing that we don’t come out of this one with at least a point to be honest with you.

On whether he has any insight into Ryan Strome’s fight in the first period…
No I just… two teams that are battling hard, you know. I mean obviously two guys that don’t do that much and engage much, but you know what? That just goes to show you how hard the teams are battling and it happened…

On whether Calvin de Haan was cut by a skate…
Yeah he got… you know, [Michael] Grabner and [Cal] Clutterbuck and obviously that was… Cal got hit with… I didn’t see it. It might have been a skate that came up and hit him so we’re evaluating him to see how we have to move forward.

On how the first line played tonight…
I thought they had some good chances. You know, again, there were some good looks on the power play with those guys. I thought those guys played a good game even at the end. Johnny [John Tavares] and Bails [Josh Bailey] had some good chances, so you know, again, you play a goaltender like that you’ve got to find a way. I thought we got some shots there that I thought there were some rebounds during the course of the game. We just couldn’t capitalize and they did on one.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS GOALTENDER CHAD JOHNSON
On tonight’s game…
Yeah it was a good atmosphere. They play hard, so they’re always close games with close teams, so it just, yeah it was a tough game and it came down to the third period, and they got the winner, so that’s how it goes sometimes.

On whether there are any saves that stand out in his mind…
I don’t know. It’s still fresh right now. I mean they’re definitely good at driving the net and getting rebounds. They’re a big team, so there were some pucks in the crease. I can’t really pick one, but I thought both teams played well and unfortunately we didn’t win.

On how much it helps him to get more game action…
Yeah, I think you can see my game had a little more flow to it and I’m a little more comfortable, so I think the more you can be in the net the more comfortable you’re going to feel, the more confident you’re going to be. That kind of goes hand in hand, so being able to come off a game only a week ago definitely helped me.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS DEFENSEMAN JOHNNY BOYCHUK
On if losing a couple players to injury had an effect on the game…
No, not really. I mean we’ve played with each other, everybody plays with each other the whole time. Even in practice you play with different people. So that’s not the case.

On having played in a lot of low-scoring, tough games in Boston…
It was a good game. They got one break there at the end. Chad [Johnson] played phenomenal for us. I thought we could have had a better outcome, but they did a good job.

On the Islanders playing with enough effort but not scoring enough tonight…
Yeah, definitely. I mean, they’re a good team. It’s going to be tough to [win] when you score one or two against these guys, because they’re a good team, and they’re used to playing in these kind of battles.

On applying pressure at the end to try and tie the game…
Yeah I mean I had one right in the slot, and I think he went down and it accidentally hit his blade. But they’re going to block everything, so you just want to get pucks to the net, especially late in the game, and try to get a rebound, or give a screen, or just a shot off somebody, or anything.

On the Isles getting a power play goal tonight…
Yeah, we moved it around well. We scored a goal, but even on the PK, we just have to get the pucks out. But it was a step forward, and we have to look at it in a positive way.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS FORWARD ANDERS LEE
On the Islanders playing well tonight despite the loss…
Absolutely. I mean, we played a really decent road game, and Chad [Johnson] played well for us tonight. It was a pretty solid game back and forth, and they were able to pack one in, and in a tight game like that, it’s going to be hard to come back from.

On the Isles being a couple players short at the end of the game due to injuries…
Yeah, I mean you have opportunities. You have six guys on the ice, and you try to apply the pressure and tie this game up, and they held their ground and obviously kept us out of a goal.

On New York having enough effort tonight just not the result…
Yeah, I mean it wasn’t a lack of effort or a lack of execution, we just didn’t score goals. So I mean, I didn’t see the shot total, but at one point I think I saw close to 40. If you put 40 shots on most goalies in this league, you’re going to get more than one.

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN PREGAME PRESS CONFERENCE AT 5:50 P.M.
On who he’s going with in net…
I see, they set you up. Next question.

On whether there was anything that surprised him the last time the Bruins played the Islanders…
No, I think we were prepared for what we were going to see. At the same time, we have a lot of respect for those guys. I thought we played a pretty solid game, especially in the neutral zone where they become dangerous with their speed, and I thought we handled it well. We did a great job offensively, you know we got some traffic and we got some good net drives during that game, so that helped us a lot as far as scoring some goals. Nonetheless, they’re the real deal. I don’t care what anyone says. They play well, they’ve got good skills, they’ve got good speed, defensively they’ve solidified themselves, obviously, in net as well. So I said that last time and I keep saying it again, they’re definitely heading in the right direction.

On what he took away from the New York Rangers game…
We didn’t play well as far as our neutral zone. Their speed, again, put us in trouble because we didn’t handle it well, we didn’t handle it like we did against the Islanders. So you know they were coming through us, and our guys weren’t executing well, and because of that they had us on our heels. And when they start coming with speed and your D [defensemen] start backing off, the gap is worse. So that was probably the biggest thing for us. And the other thing is we didn’t generate much offense that game either.

On what stands out about how the team has been playing in the last couple of weeks…
Just we’re back to playing more like we’ve been used to playing. And we’ve just got a better roster right now, you know players playing with the players that for the most part they’ve been used to playing with and they’re playing in their right spots. So there’s a lot of things – our goaltender has been good. So it’s kind of just the team has kind of found itself and is kind of thriving on that.
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