March 26, 2011 5:45 pm

Kings (non-Kopitar) postgame quotes

Here’s some stuff from the locker room, from Terry Murray, Dustin Brown and Ryan Smyth, regarding the game against Colorado in general…

TERRY MURRAY
“The game was good. We got the two points that we wanted to get. I thought we played a good game. I liked our third period. You lose your top player like that, to an injury, and nobody really knows what the extent of it is, but the attitude going into the third period was good. We played the right way, we kept the game simple and ended up getting a couple goals and finishing it off with the right attitude. I was very happy with the way the game ended.”

DUSTIN BROWN
“I thought we started this game very well, weathered the stormed the second and closed it out in the third. We need to find a way to keep it simple against teams like this. If we play a tight game over the course of the game, then we’re going to win it because they’re going to be taking a lot more chances than we are. It’s really about limiting our mistakes.”

RYAN SMYTH
(on his goal…)
“It’s a relief. It’s nice to contribute and feel a part, for sure. It’s a matter of being in the right positions, and don’t ride your highs too high or your lows too low, and you have stay an even keel. I thought it was a tough stretch but it’s nice to contribute.”

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