We feel comfortable on the road. We feel we played well, especially in the second half of the year. It's not an easy building to play in. Still got a job to do whether it's at home or on the road.
I thought that was the easiest way to win a game, focus on team defense, do your job, trust the guy beside you, not worry about the scoring aspect or pressuring yourself. We have good players, eventually someone is going to step up, that's what we felt happened last night, that same formula.
It's game to game for me. We really try to use everybody. I think that's how we're built. That's how we've had the most success, is by using everybody, getting everybody involved. I always talk about our best attribute is our team, our team play. By that we use everybody. I don't see any difference going forward here. We need everybody's best game.
Unable to speak, but his message is loud and clear!
Cleared to play. Wearing a special dental brace, a full cage, and a cape. Zdeno Chara will play in Game 5.
Peter Van Wurmond from The Hague, Netherlands is ready for Game 5. Are you!
"Life of a goaltender. Just keep moving forward and regroup and just try to be there and give your team a chance to win and I just keep that mindset," says Binnington
This time of year, there’s no excuses. You can’t look at that. Missing a player or two, you got to come together, do whatever you can to make it work. They’re not going to stop trying, so we have to do the same.
"Jayden's an exceptional talent, he's got a tremendous amount of skill, he makes players around him better," said St. Sebastian coach Sean McCann. "So what we see out of him is a kid who's a difference maker."