Q. (Chris Johnston, Sportsnet): Hi Brian, I'm wondering, I guess, just the simple stuff - what kind of emotions are you feeling and did you expect to be moved before the deadline?
BRIAN BOYLE: Hi Chris, it's interesting when you get woken up from a nap expecting to play and you're no longer with that club. It's definitely a feeling I haven't had yet as a player in this league, but I'm pretty sure most people have gone through it. It's a lot of different things. It's a little bit of what do I do first? Do I start packing a bag? Do I take a shower? It's different, it really is a different feeling. I'm going to miss my buddies. We've had two pretty good runs in Tampa. Everybody from Steve [Yzerman] and [Jon Cooper] down to the players, it's really been a pleasure to play down in Tampa, it's been exciting. So, from that standpoint, it's obviously tough to say goodbye. I think I'm a fairly loyal guy and I believed in our group but we obviously didn't get it done, we aren't where we wanted to be this year and I go to a team that - once again, I get to play in an unbelievable opportunity to play on an Original Six team with a tremendous amount of history. A team that since I think the trade deadline last year when they started playing some of the younger guys and obviously with Auston Matthews, they have some guys in there that are just phenomenal, phenomenal players that are going to be really good. It's an opportunity, I moved up in the standings in the matter of a couple of hours and it's exciting for me. Playoffs are obviously by far the most fun hockey I've ever been able to have a chance to play.