June 2, 2013 8:15 pm

June 2 postgame quotes: Jonathan Quick

On a rough start to the game:
“Well, they got one early. They got one late. I thought the first period, I thought that was probably the best period we played. If you look at it, what we were able to do, get chances, so, no, I don’t know if I would agree with that.”

On the team’s road struggles:
“Obviously tonight it seemed a little out of our reach, giving up four goals. But I think if you look back, the five or six losses before that, they were all 2-1 games. So we just haven’t been finding a way. We’ve got to find a way. They did their job at home. We’ve got to home and do our job.”

On whether this was one of his rougher nights on the road:
“I’m one and six on the road, so I think I wouldn’t agree with that. I haven’t done my job on the road.”

On Chicago’s first goal, which was caused by a turnover along the boards:
“I forget how the play started, to be honest, how it developed. I just remember the play was on the wall. They found Shaw…I think he came in on a shot. Obviously it’s not the way you want to start the game, two minutes, three minutes into the game. We’ve experienced that a few times on the road where we’ve given up goals early. So we’re trying to get that out of the game. Besides that, I thought we outplayed them for the most part in the first period and the score didn’t really [reflect] that.”

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