Skip to main content
The Official Site of the Boston Bruins

Running quotes for Bruins vs. Sharks on 10/24

by Staff Writer / Boston Bruins
BOSTON BRUINS POSTGAME QUOTES

BOSTON BRUINS VS SAN JOSE SHARKS
Thursday, October 24, 2013

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE AT 10:00 P.M.
On if he remembers the last time his team won in the last second…
I don’t remember, I don’t have a good memory for those kind of things. But when I looked up at the clock and it was point-eight, I was happy it was point-eight. I knew they would come back at us pretty hard. They were a real good team on this night and I think if I’m the coach of the other team I would tell myself, ‘Probably deserved better.’ But when you’re coaching the team that won you say, ‘Good job’ to your team because I thought we did a good job of – we use the term weathering the storm. In that first period, they had their game plan, it was to come out at us hard and really put us on our heels for a team that played and traveled the night before. They had a great game plan and Tuukka [Rask] just stood tall and kept us in the game. So we managed to score that first goal, I thought our second period was a little better after we found our legs. So overall, it becomes one of those things where you enjoy the fact that your team found a way to win and never quit. So I’m not going to stand here and say we were the better team tonight but we were the team that won.

On Iginla scoring…
Yeah I think it’s deserving and he should have had one a long time ago the way he’s played. But it’s nice to see him get that goal and get rewarded for all the hard work he’s done since the start of the season.

On the performance of the team and the specific roles coming up big when they need to…
Well you have to. And this is why Tuukka [Rask] didn’t play last night; we needed him fresh tonight. And we needed Chad [Johnson] to help us win a game in Buffalo and he had to stand tall for us. So having a fresh goaltender certainly helped and I noticed that even from Jordan Caron; thought he skated really well tonight and another guy that didn’t play last night. So you can tell there’s a little bit of wear and tear on your team when you play those back-to-back games and you have to travel back. But again, as I said, it’s about finding those kind of ways to win hockey games and we did that tonight. So we stand here and I told the guys, ‘nothing to be ashamed about.’ We handled it well, our goaltender did his job, we were better in the second and then found a way to win in the third. So we can still leave here with our heads up high if you win those games. You can sit here and talk about the one we lost against Detroit that I thought we deserved better; so you lose some sometimes that you should have won and you win some sometimes where you feel that the other team was probably a little better than yours.

On if the team is gathering momentum…
Well I think what I like is that everybody seems to be playing fairly well. The guys that have struggled a little bit are starting to find their game and are getting better every time they step out on the ice. So that’s encouraging and it kind of gives you the indication of where your team is heading and that’s why I think we’re getting better; guys are getting better, the guys that had slow starts and they’re catching up to everybody else.

BOSTON BRUINS GOALTENDER TUUKKA RASK
On how they played tonight…
We felt like we should have had better legs to start with.  They were sitting here waiting for us so we were expecting maybe to be able to match their intensity at the start but we obviously didn’t; they had a lot of shots, and some scoring chances there, and after that we survived that period, we woke up, and got going. 

On if they’re feeling lucky to have got points at the end…
I don’t know if lucky, but we battled.  Obviously the shots were in favor of them, but I don’t think we played too bad, obviously they had some chances, they didn’t score, but then I think to get that goal, that late in the game, it just feeds our confidence in the future.

On if he’s ever seen another game where they’ve scored with 0.8 seconds left…
I think we lost the game to the [New York] Rangers a couple of years ago in the overtime, I don’t know if there’s; yeah it was up there, so yeah.

On if the number of shots were indicative of the game…
They shot a lot from far away.  They’re not always - it’s a shot, it’s a chance to go in.  But I haven’t seen the scoring chance sheet yet, but I’m sure they had more than us.  But then, 39 – 14, whatever it was, I don’t think it tells the whole story.

If they looked a lot at the San Jose Sharks on video…
We obviously did our meetings, but not like anything special.  They’re really, really good with their sticks, and they throw pucks in your feet and try to create traffic in front, bouncing those loose pucks, and that’s what they did today, and they had some chances after those two. 

On how Rask felt coming into the game…
I just wanted to get a good start.  Sometimes it’s better when you face a lot of shots in the first period, you kind of get yourself in the game if you were able to save the pucks.  It’s more of a mental challenge, to force yourself to be at work and fully aware of what’s going on out there.  Lucky that they had so many shots and I was able to save all of them in the first. 

On the buildup of this game…
Really?  I thought nobody was talking about it because of the World Series. 

On having four days to prepare for this game…
Yeah it was a little different, but obviously the schedule has been worse.  I’ve played every single game before that Buffalo game; you want to get the other goalie out there too as soon as possible, so I think this was a good chance for us to do that.  I had a good two days of practice in, and morning skate in Buffalo, and at the end of the day it’s just if you’re mentally ready it’s going to be all good. 

On if they looked at this game as a test…
Somewhat I think.  They hadn’t lost a game in regulation yet so we wanted to change that obviously but I don’t think it was too big of a game for us to get ourselves ready or anything.  But it’s always a good test when there’s a team who’s playing at their best and has a good record like that. 

On if this was Rask’s toughest game personally this year…
It’s up there probably.  I thought they had some really good chances; yeah, probably up there.

On if he thinks the San Jose Sharks are the best offensive team in the league…
They’re good, yeah.  I don’t know, best?  Tough to say who’s the best, I mean they’re all good right?  But they definitely have depth up front and every line can score and create pressure in the net. 

On Antti Niemi…
Yeah we’re friends.  We’ve been to a couple of national team camps I think, and then we played against each other in Finland in the minors, and we have the same agent, so I seem him once or twice in the summertime. 

On if they have a rivalry when they play against each other…
No, not really.  We’re so laid back that we don’t really care.

On going for the Olympic team together…
Hopefully, yeah, it would be great.  We have the luxury, in our country, to have goalies, so it would be great.

On what Rask likes about Antti Niemi’s game…
He’s come a long way.  I don’t think he was ever drafted, and he’s a hard worker; I know he works hard every day in practice, does a lot of extra stuff, and it’s paid off.  He’s a pretty technical guy, and he’s quick too; he’s gotten quicker I think over the years, and better side to side.  I think he’s a pretty well-rounded package as a goalie.

On where the Bruins are right now…
I think we’re headed in the right direction for sure.  Past couple of games, we got the scoring.  You know, you score five goals a game, that doesn’t happen every day for us, and still defensively, I think we’re playing really good for the most part, and every line is going.  We got that merlot line – they seem to give us that spark we always needed, and everybody has fires too so I think we’re headed in the right direction. 

On the year Antii Niemi won the cup…
Yeah, they had a great team, he had a great run.  I don’t think anybody was expecting him to do what he did in that year, and I’m not sure if he gets enough credit for what he did, but he definitely did in Finland. 

On what it’s like trying to match or surpass himself coming back from last year…
You love challenges as a goalie; you want to challenge yourself every day and every game, and push yourself, and that’s about it. 

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD DAVID KREJCI
On how he assisted the game winning goal…
Lucky. It was a lucky goal. Shot at the net, tried to get stick on it and it worked this time.

On the final few minutes of the game…
Yeah, we felt early on when they scored the tying goal that we didn’t want to get scored on first 15-20 seconds into it until period. So, it was a tough one but like you said we were kind of happy with the overtime and maybe we’d steal the second goal in OT or a shootout so, glad we got the two points and it was a tough game, tough team but we got it back.

On the way his line is playing…
It’s okay. There’s always room for improvement. I thought today it was a very tough game. Like I said before we got the job done, scored two points so we’re pretty happy.

On the time left in the game…
No actually I thought it might be more than 10 seconds, 10-15 seconds but when we all came together Looch [Milan Lucic] told me look up so I looked up and was pointing at it so it was even more sweeter.

On ever scoring a buzzer beater before…
I don’t remember.

On what his teammates did to help him score the game winning goal…
It was just basically pretty easy. Pretty easy but we kept it simple, Looch [Milan Lucic] chipped it in soft got the puck in the corner hit Quaider [Adam McQuaid] and knew there was not much time so he just threw it on the net and hoping for the best and luckily I was there. I put my stick on it and it went in.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD JAROME IGINLA
On how it feels to get a goal today, after the almost goal yesterday…
Yeah, for sure. It’s been longer than I would’ve liked, but it sure felt good to get it here and to get it at home and it being a tight game and obviously it was a good bounce. It wasn’t exactly how I envisioned it, shooting it in or whatever you take, but at this point you take anything or anytime actually you take any of them, but it was a good bounce. It was a tough game and I thought as a group we got better after the first period and San Jose is playing very well right now so it feels really good all around.

On Milan Lucic and David Krejci being excited about his first goal…
They’ve been great, all the guys have been great. Playing with Looch [Milan Lucic] and Krech [David Krejci] like I said they’re playing awesome this year. They just keep getting better and better and they’re forces, I’m getting great chances with them and you just want to contribute and get rolling with them so it was real nice. To be honest when I shot it I wasn’t sure if it was mine or not. It went off of something and I was pretty excited when they were pointing that I had gotten it and got the monkey off my back.

On how long he thought he had scored last night in Buffalo…
Maybe a second and a half, but it was good. I had the feeling. I remember what it felt like to feel for a second like oh, it went in, but I knew it was a pretty soft shot and must’ve been deflected.  Looch was going through there so right after that I had the idea to ask him and he kind of sheepishly said that he had touched it, but absolutely you only want the ones and it wouldn’t happen if he didn’t go there and it would never have went in. But yeah it was good, it was good to have it for a second that you actually feel like it and maybe that was good vibes.

On whether he’s ever seen a game where a goal was scored with .8 seconds left…
I think that’s only, like, my second time seeing anything under 1 or 2 seconds go in that I can remember and probably those are the positive ones, when it’s our side and that’s pretty cool. I wasn’t sure if there five or 10 seconds left and I looked up and it was .8 and just celebrated I’m like that’s awesome, it’s over you know what I mean? So that was pretty neat, that’s pretty neat when you get to line up, but it’s done and you get to enjoy that and that was a great late rush by Looch and Krech going at Quaider to get it through a wobbling puck and it feels good because they had a great first period, but for the second and third I know the shots were a little in their favor, but they were putting everything from everywhere there. Tuukks [Tuukka Rask] played amazing, but I thought that as it went on we found a way to get back in that game and grit one out.

On whether the playing and the events from last night led to the Bruin’s slow start tonight…
We never want to use excuses, but we weren’t as good in back to backs. When you’re the team waiting you always want to come out and jump on them and we got jumped on tonight in the first period. San Jose had an opportunity to wait and they’re playing really well and they used it to their advantage. You give them credit, they came out they were fast they kept it very high tempo. It took us to the second to kind of push back and doing some of the things that we wanted. Getting a little bit more physical and getting more zone time, but San Jose is playing well they’re a good team. Tuukks played a great game, but I thought it was closer after the first than the shots were showing.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD MILAN LUCIC
On Jarome Iginla scoring his first goal as a Boston Bruin…
It was great. He’s definitely had a lot of chances in the last couple of games and to see one go in for him was huge. It was a big goal in the game and it gave us a little confidence because you saw the way they came at us today. They obviously knew that we played a late game last night, and they came at us hard. Tuukka [Rask] did a good job of weathering the storm. Sometimes you got to find a way to win these games and we did that here tonight.

On whether he’s ever seen a game-winner scored that late…
Tough to say. Not with that little time left. Honestly, when the rush started I had no idea how much time was left on the clock. It was probably a better thing because when I got the puck back in the corner on the forecheck, I probably just would’ve thrown it on net and tried to create a play there. But instead, I was able to find Quaider [Adam McQuaid] and Quaider did a great job of getting the puck to the net, and obviously the good tip for the game-winning goal.

On if he knew how much time was left when he gained possession…
I had no idea. Just went with it to try to make a play.

On Jarome Iginla starting to hit his stride…
Yeah, it’s been good. Obviously, we’ve been able to produce and get some big goals at key times here. He’s shown that once he gets hot, he gets hot. Hopefully, this one opens up the floodgates for him. We know it’s going to come for him. You could see it’s starting to come more and more as every game comes along. Obviously, him playing with new linemates, a new system, he’s done real well and he’s going to keep getting better.

On the Bruins finding ways to win games…
Definitely. You want to try to be a good team and teams try to find ways to win in different ways. It was one of those ones where we really, really had to grind it out tonight. Like I said, Tuukka [Rask] made some huge stops, especially in the first period and also in the second to keep us in it. We got some momentum right now, and hopefully we can finish off this three [games] in four [days] on a positive note.

On just trying to get the game into overtime late in the third period…
The objective is to try to score every shift, right? You try to keep plugging away, plugging away and hope that it works for you. On both goals, we were able to kind of establish an offensive set and zone time a little bit to get in deep, work it out to the point, get it to the net, [and get] guys going there. That’s the type of team, if you look at the past several years, that’s the way we’ve scored a majority of our goals. We need guys to get to the front of the net and pick up on those loose pucks and get tips like we did on that last goal. Hopefully, we can continue to find ways to score.

On handing San Jose its first loss in regulation this season…
It definitely gives you confidence that you were the team that beat the hottest team in the league first this season. I think I speak for everyone here, you can see why they’re such a strong team and why they’ve been so successful to start the year. Again, it was a team effort starting from the goal. Without Tuukka [Rask] playing the way that he has—what does he have, 11 goals against in eight games? That’s why he gets paid the big bucks and that’s why I think he’s been our M.V.P. this far.

On skating more on the power play…
He’s getting more comfortable. Like I said, new linemates, new system. He’s trying to figure out how we do things here and how to work off me and Krech [David Krejci] as well. Obviously, me and Krech have been teammates going into our seventh season here. He’s fitting in well and like I said, I think it’s good that he got that first one here today and got that monkey off his back. I think he’s going to start gaining some momentum in the goal-scoring department. We got to stay sharp as a line and keep having that fire to keep producing.

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN ADAM MCQUAID
On if he saw David Krejci in front of the net…
Well I knew there was bodies there but I was kind of focusing on getting around the guy coming out at me so, Krech [David Krejci] got himself in a good position, made a nice tip.

On the assist…
Well, that’s your hope. You get pucks to the net, you never know what could happen guys could get a tip or a rebound or a screen so he’s a guy that’s—he can get it close to the puck, close to the net he’s going to do good things and he did in that play.

On where he was at the time that was left in the end of the period…
I took a look. We were going up the ice but I still, I knew the clock was winding down. I didn’t realize it was quite that low but, there were seven seconds left when I looked.

On the internal clock in his head…
Yeah it’s not real good [laughs] but there wasn’t much time left.

On being a part of scoring a goal that late in the game…
Not a direct reason of that. Not much time left, you’re cutting it pretty close in that situation so I don’t think we could get much closer.

On whether he felt fortunate about stealing the game…
Well there’s no question that Tuukka [Rask] played a really solid game tonight. He gave us a chance to win, kept us in there and made some big saves for us and there’s going to be nights we’re going to need that and without some of the saves he made it could have been a different game. We tried to stick with it and we were able to get the result we wanted.

On his job making sure the other team doesn’t score that late in the game and then being a part of that goal…
Yeah, it’s like you said my main focus when I got out there was to just play solid defensively and the play just kind of developed and I knew there wasn’t a whole lot of time so I was just trying to get it at the net and things worked out.

On the first period…
That was it. They just were pretty relentless on their tact and pushing the puck. There’s no messing around. They were getting it in and coming every time. They’re a good team and have a lot of speed. It was a tough game tonight.

On making it difficult to play after a game after last night…
It probably doesn’t help but at the same time it’s—situation was what it was and we weren’t looking for any excuses. We needed to try and find our legs but credit to them they came out hard and they pushed the pace.

On seven seconds being left in the game…
No the last time I looked at the clock it said seven seconds so I kind of knew that the clock was winding down.

On whether he relaxed and prepared for overtime or fought not to go into overtime…
Well I think you want to be defensively minded probably, make sure you’re not taking chances but again there just wasn’t much time left and it came back so I felt like I had nothing to lose by trying to get it at the net even if it had it got blocked there probably wasn’t much time to go the opposite way.

On the gaps in between games and having a four game winning streak…
Never really thought about it to be honest. I think we say the same thing all of the time, we approach each game and we move on and get focused for the next game but I think we’re building on things here and going in the right direction so, we want to continue to do that.

SAN JOSE SHARKS HEAD COACH TODD MCLELLAN
On whether there was something his team could have done to prevent the loss, or if it was just good hockey…
Well we could have scored on numerous chances. But to get to that point it’s unacceptable that we can’t at least close that out. So we’re not going to accept the loss. We played the game we wanted to play, we liked a lot of the things that we did. We could have had a little more polish around the net, but it’s still a loss and that’s unacceptable – especially in the situation we were. So we have to be disappointed as a group. We can’t leave here saying the ‘hockey gods’ or ‘we could have or should have’ because could have and should have, never won any games.

On whether he noticed anything in particular on the losing goal…
We missed some coverage down below.

On Tommy Wingels…
He got hit and didn’t come back.

On whether he replayed the hit…
I did, but I didn’t have a good angle so I can’t comment.

On having more shots than Boston, but not being able to get the win…
We had a lot of really good looks. Goaltender played well. I’m sure he was named the first star, and if he wasn’t I don’t know what game a lot of people were at. He played extremely well for them. We weren’t on the outside against a big, physical team. I thought we generated a lot of opportunities. Just that polish around the net.

On whether he thought there were any illegal hits…
You know what, every time somebody is hit now we quickly run to the video and we analyze – was it legal, was it illegal? It’s a hard game, and it’s played by hard players that have to get involved physically night in and night out. They have to take some lumps too. We have to give some lumps we have to take some lumps. If it’s dirty, I think it should be severely dealt with. If it’s hard hockey, than so be it.

SAN JOSE SHARKS FORWARD JOE THORNTON
On his initial reaction from their first regulation loss…
Yeah it was a tough break on the very end there with point-eight seconds left. It’s one of those things I kind of got caught half way, but we played a good game tonight.

On doing everything right tonight minus not getting the win…
Yeah we threw a lot of shots at Tuukka [Rask] and he played great. We probably deserve better tonight, but that’s the way hockey goes sometimes.

On what makes it difficult to play against the Bruins…
Their goaltending’s you know spectacular you know Tuukka really – they could’ve been a little bit tired from last night, but I thought we played well and forced the pace all night tonight.

On if it’s easier to handle the loss because of their good start to the season…
Yeah we did play well again tonight it’s just a little mistake at the end, but we’re playing good hockey and it’s a pretty good hockey team that we played against.

On their level of concern with another forward going down…
Yeah it’s tough you know keep us shorthanded again tonight with Tommy [Wingels] going out, but guys step up and I didn’t think it affected us too much tonight.

SAN JOSE SHARKS FORWARD PATRICK MARLEAU
On how the Bruins played…
Their goalie obviously played well tonight and made a lot of key saves for them. We threw a lot of rubber at him – tough one to lose right in the last seconds.

On four Bruins lines generating shots….
Yeah, we had no shortage of chances, and like I said their goalie did a great job of keeping them in the game and eventually they got the win.

On his goal…
Yeah, I think Pickles [Marc-Edouard Vlasic] did a good job getting the shot through, and then just kind of found a lucky bounce there and put it in the back.

On frustration with high shots and low goals….
We try not to get frustrated, try to stick with it, and he played a great game tonight. But, you know…we got to keep going the same way in order to get wins.

On a correlation between low scoring games against Detroit and Boston and playing without Brent Burns and Dan Boyle…
Well obviously those are two very important players, but we can…I think by the chances we did generate tonight we can still score more goals but it just didn’t work out tonight.

SAN JOSE SHARKS GOALTENDER ANTTI NIEMI 
On David Krejci’s game-winning goal…
Yeah, tough way to lose with just a little bit left in the game. Just should be more compact there with the puck.

On what he saw before the goal…
They showed it coming off the blue-line. There was a guy in front, so I thought just to watch the puck and I thought I had it, but he tipped it kind of back the same way—where I was coming from.

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN PREGAME PRESS CONFERENCE AT 5:50 P.M.
On an update about Loui Eriksson…
Yeah the update is still the one you got. It’s an unfortunate thing and he’s day-to-day right now. I don’t think we know the severity of it yet and you never know about those things until some days go by and you see if he’s improving or not.

On if he’s looking at Providence for potential replacements…
Not at this point. I think again we don’t know how severe it is – it seemed pretty severe but I don’t think right now that we’re looking at Providence. For today anyway we got Jordan [Caron] that’s going to step in our lineup so we’re good in that way.

On having good depth and being comfortable with Caron stepping in…
Yeah injuries are unfortunately part of the game and that type of injury is obviously – you’d like to see something different. But we’ve got the players that are ready to play and not only that, we felt pretty good with the players, some of the players, that we sent to providence and if need be down the road, I’m sure they’re waiting for a call.

On the approach to tonight…
Well it’s our first test in back-to-backs and we’re playing probably, arguably, the best team in the league right now that’s on a real good stretch and it’s going to be a good test for us. I think we just have to make sure we play a smart hockey game and I don’t think we should be playing on our heels tonight, if anything we have to play our game, go after them and see where that takes us. But nonetheless, we didn’t skate this morning, we’ve have lots of rest so certainly I’m going to say before the game that’s not going to be an excuse that we played last night. Everybody goes through those kind of schedules and you have to face it and take it in a way where you relish the challenge.

On the influx of offense…
I think we’re getting, I guess getting more familiar with each other. Down low I think our guys are cycling the puck better. Obviously our D’s [defensemen] have done a good job of supporting the attack and shooting the puck well at the net with some good net-front presence. But I think, again, when you add a bunch of new players to your lineup – and we’ve added more this year than any other year – so it’s made a bit of a difference early on and I think right now it’s just that guys are starting to feel more comfortable playing with each other and are finding themselves on the ice a little bit easier too.

On his thoughts on the hit on Eriksson and how he thinks the league will handle it…
I think it’s important that we try and clean our game up and I think that’s where it’s important to support the league and doing their job. As frustrating as it is for a coach to lose players like that – every coach I’m sure has been through it, or every team has been through it in the league at some point, losing a player for those kinds of reasons – you have to do your job and if we want to clean this up, we have to support the league and we have to try and help clean it up versus looking to avenge things. I think right now, the most important thing is how do we minimize those kinds of things versus how do we avenge it. And that’s the way I look at it. Right now I think our guys did a good job last night responding right away and that was good from our part – showing that we’re going to stick up for each other. But right now I would like to think our guys are focused on the game against San Jose and what we have to do here to win a hockey game.

On the role of enforcers and the differences between Shawn Thornton and John Scott…
Well again, there’s no doubt in my mind that John Scott is a good guy. I think everybody who plays this game, I haven’t seen too many that aren’t. It’s just unfortunate that you see those kind of players end up hurting the kind of players that you don’t want to get hurt and I don’t know where those decisions are coming from – you see him dropping the gloves against [Phil] Kessel and now taking a blindsided shot at Loui [Eriksson] – I think it’s uncalled for, but that’s the unfortunate part. If those guys know their role and they do their jobs and they know who to go after when the time comes and they police their team as far as nobody’s going to take advantage of them, I’m fine with that. I’m disappointed that it’s the way it’s happened and who he started to hit lately.

On how he would handle a player like that on the Bruins…
I have guys like that in my lineup that could be stupid if they wanted to. We can stand here and say nobody is clean in this game. We’ve had some incidents happen that as a coach you wish didn’t happen and at the end of the day, like I said, we’re trying to clean our game up. And the only way we’re going to clean it up is if we do it as a group. Let’s not expect the league disciplinarian to do it by himself and let’s not expect the players to do it by themselves, it’s everybody, and I think a lot of it starts with respecting each other a little bit better than what we have so far.

On if Caron will go into Eriksson’s spot or if the lineup will be changed…
You’ll see that in the warm-up and I think you’re wrong.

On if coaching the enforcing mentality is part of the problem…
Again, I don’t have that answer. If I had the answer I would solve it by myself, but it won’t get solved by itself. I think it’s a matter of what do we want to do as a group here? And what’s going to happen here? There’s talks about taking fights out of the game yet, you see things and say, ‘Well, if the fights are out, how do you police yourself? Is it going to get worse? So you don’t fight, how do you react to that – do you go after a guy with your stick? Is that any better?’ At the same time, how do you prevent guys from making a livelihood and playing the game. But I think it’s more about choices and respect than anything else. If a guy chooses to be that and a team chooses to have a guy like that, I don’t know, but I’ll never tell Shawn Thornton to go after Sidney Crosby or anybody else that’s a top player in this league – I’ll never do that. So if he does, it’s on his own, and if he does it on his own, I don’t think personally I’d accept it.

On playing against tough teams and playing well but losing, and how to get better…
Well we have to play decent and win this time instead of play decent and lose. The one thing that I think we talked about earlier was the fact that I think we’re producing a little bit more, our guys are getting more familiar with each other, I think there’s a little bit more chemistry and the pucks moving a little bit better than it has been early in the season. So you hope that your team improves in that area so when you play teams like San Jose tonight, it ends up paying off.


View More