On receiving an offer to play for Princeton:
I guess they must’ve thought I was an elite student, because it wasn’t anything to do with my hockey ability. Actually, that was a long time ago. That’s 40 years ago, more than that. Yeah, about 41, 42 years ago. I think I had two or three – Princeton, Yale, Harvard. [Reporter: How strongly did you consider that back at that time?] That seemed like a long ways away from me, those places. And, actually, I did sign a letter of intent to go to Michigan Tech and didn’t go. I ended up going to go play junior. [Reporter: It was Letbridge, right?] Yeah, it was what most Canadians did. There weren’t many players going on scholarships then.
On Jonathan Quick’s progress:
It’s the stage he’s in. I mean, I really don’t play much attention to him. He’s a 10-minute practice guy right now, so hopefully as the trip goes along, the plan was because we have the break after – the five-day break – which was going to take him out of it again, so we wanted to get him in pads and full gear so that when we get back from the break, then we could determine how far away he was again.
On whether Tyler Toffoli will be “good to go” on Saturday:
He’ll be game-time. I’ll talk to him tonight. I wanted him to practice with the line today and see, and then go from there.