January 23, 2013 3:46 pm

Colin Fraser On Keys To Beating Edmonton

“We need to stay discipline, they have a lot of skill.  They’ve really improved their team and have a lot of good young kids, so we can’t let them go on the power play.  They had a tough game last night, so they will be ready to go tomorrow.  This has to be the best game we’ve played so far.”

On controlling Edmonton’s speed: “We need to play in the offensive zone as much as we can, force them to play defense and work hard in the neutral zone.  We got to limit their speed by closing in on them quick so they don’t have time to wind it.”

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