February 6, 2014 11:50 pm

February 6 postgame quotes: Darryl Sutter

On the win:
We’ve probably played better games during this stretch. Columbus still had a game left, and we didn’t, and I think we probably had three or four guys looking ahead a little bit, but they hung in there and found a way. It took Robym a thousand-some games to score an overtime goal. [Reporter: He said he’s had a pretty long droughty, anyway.] He scored against Columbus twice this year.

On whether he’ll “hit the reset button” after winning the last game before the break:
You want the guys that are going over there to play right ‘til [the end], and obviously they all can’t. You want them all to play in the gold medal game. That’s what you want. Obviously it can’t happen. Because they deserve it. And the guys that are here, obviously there are guys that have got a little bit of healing to do, and guys that need a break. We’re like every other team.

On coming from behind in the third period:
It’s not just the third periods, Jon. We’ve done it lots, if you look at it. We came back [from being] down. It’s tough chasing leads, and we’ve done that all through this stretch – we’ve come back. And as I said today, we won in two tough buildings, and we deserved to win some other games. We finally got it off here at home, and it’s good.

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