May 14, 2013 10:53 pm

May 14 postgame quotes: Jonathan Quick

On Slava Voynov:
“He’s very calm. He calms plays down. We can be scrambling, and his heart rate won’t break 80, I think. He’s great to have on the back-end. He’s a great player.”

On his own heart rate:
“She gets up there.”

On turning aside all 35 shots:
“It’s great to win the game. That’s all it is. No matter how you do it, you win a game. Now our focus is Game 2. That’s all it is.”

On how it felt to get a two-goal lead:
“It doesn’t matter. You don’t want to give up a goal whether you’re up one goal, two. So you don’t approach it any different.”

On his save on Brent Burns’ one-timer late in the third period:
“I can’t recall the play off the top of my head. I apologize. It’s good to be there when you need to make a save for your team. That’s all it is. They’re a great team. We’re up one-nothing. You put it in the back of your memory. It’s out. You’re trying to win Game 1 all over again. So that’s all it is.”

On whether his play has improved as he recovered from back surgery;
“I don’t feel any better than I did then. I felt good then.”

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