On what impressed him most about the win:
I think our first period was a real textbook period for us. I think our power play in the first period gave us momentum. Even though it didn’t score, it clearly gave us momentum in the period. We got a pretty good contribution from three lines that scored. The one line that didn’t was Kopi’s, I think. I think it was good for Peter. He made the necessary saves and two or three in traffic, so I’m happy for him.
On Devin Setoguchi’s two-goal performance:
Him and I actually talked about that today, that it was Hockey Night In Canada and he was going to score two goals. I said he hadn’t done it for a couple years, and he did. It’s good for him. You know what? We still need the top end of our lineup, the guys who are known as scorers, they have to score. One was enough tonight. Seen a game last night that was 10-0. One was enough. But somebody’s got to score that goal.
On whether it was good to see players “rewarded” for going to the net:
That’s how you score. There’s no reward, that is how you score. There’s no reward. How many goals are scored without somebody going to the net? Look at Trevor. You don’t score if you don’t go to the net. The fourth line scored – Cliffy scored and he went to the net. Trevor scores, goes to the net. That’s how you score. It’s not a ‘reward,’ that was real. If you’re out there somewhere, it can’t hit you in the ass and go into the net if you’re standing not close to the net.