Sutter postgame quotes (Feb. 9)

Darryl Sutter’s postgame thoughts…

(on the game…)
SUTTER: “We had those power plays in the first. You knew it was going to be low scoring, the way both teams are. When you’re on the road and you have a couple power plays in the first period and you have none to kill, you’re hoping to score on one of them. That should of sort of propel you along, keep you going.’’

(on pulling Jonathan Quick…)

SUTTER: “No big deal. Just something different. It’s no big deal. I’m not a guy who (usually) pulls my goalies. It’s not my style.’’

(on the second period…)

SUTTER: “We were pretty good, but the one line had trouble for us. Richie [Mike Richards], Stoll and Penner had trouble in the second. I think they were on (the ice) for both goals.’’

(on Doughty making it a close game…)
SUTTER: “Drew played a hell of a game. Drew and Jack Johnson both. Our defense played pretty good We moved the puck and they played pretty well.’’

(on Florida’s shot blocking…)
SUTTER: “You get the outside on them, but you weren’t able to get much to the inside. That’s their game. That’s how they play. You have to drive to the net. We were taking that shot, but there were no second chances. I thought our defense did a good job getting it up there.’’

(on Jarret Stoll’s status…)
SUTTER: “I don’t know, to tell you the truth. I was just trying to get nine guys who were going, more than anything else.’’

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