May 4, 2013 10:34 pm

May 4 postgame quotes: Dustin Brown

On a grinding, one-nothing victory:
“Yeah, it’s really hard to win a game one-nothing. We found a way to do it tonight. It was a huge win. We cut it in half. Now we’ve got to regroup and get ready for Game 2. But we’re going to need to score more than one goal in this series if we want to be successful. We’ve got to figure out.”

On whether this was the most physical game of the series:
“I think all the games are physical. I guess it kind of depends if you’re giving or receiving. It’s been a physical series, every game.”

On Jonathan Quick’s performance:
“I just call that ‘Quickie being Quickie’. I mean, everyone knows how good he is in this room. You don’t want to rely on a goaltending performance like that, but you come to expect that from Quickie because he’s shown that he can do it time and time again.”

On the team’s defensive zone play:
“I think there’s a lot of areas we can clean up. Quickie was great. He made some huge saves for us, and that’s what we have to do tomorrow because we’re not going to be able to win [one-nothing]. We won one-nothing tonight. If we want to win the series, we’re going to have to find a way to get a couple more goals, but also, like I said, if we didn’t have Quickie in net it could’ve been a different game.”

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