Do everything you need to do to keep the passion alive and never forget that it is a privilege to do what you love.
Losing a game is not a big deal, except you've got to make sure that you move on and get the next one.
Goalies often react quickly to shots with no regard for what might happen to their body because we are trained to stop pucks first and ask questions later.
No one in Montreal learns how to skate. You're just born that way.
It was tough to get up for teams from the West. This will put a lot of interest back in the game.
It's a skill that I worked all my life, and it's been taken away. That's kind of tough to take.
The doctor looked at it after the game and he thought it didn't look too bad, but we'll see what happens. My skate got caught and I twisted it. I heard it twist and I couldn't get up. All my body weight fell on it. I had to be really hurt to leave the game - we were still in the game at that point.
You can't be happy, taking away something I've worked on all my life to do and help my teammates and help my defense, ... It's just part of me, playing the puck. So, definitely, you can't be happy.
Our job is to get on the road and win one game now. It's a great position to be in. We were lucky to get home ice [advantage] this year. For some reason, we pulled it off at the end and we took advantage early in the series. Now, it's up to us to do our thing on the road.
I think we've been through a lot this season and it will be nice to move on. It's one step at a time though. The focus of our hockey club was great. We really stuck to our game plan and didn't get too high or too low and we definitely didn't get over excited.
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