All these games are kind of a finals. There is no room for errors.
They (the Wings) played a playoff game tonight. They were gritty.
The first thing he (Callan) asked was, ‘Can I bring my Zamboni bed?’ I said, ‘Sure, you can bring the Zamboni bed, and you can paint it whatever color you want.’ He said he wasn’t sure he wanted to change its colors yet. The other one just wants a cat. We’re not getting a cat.
Everybody in that room is disappointed right now. That’s just the way it is.
It’s OK. We’ve got a lot of young guys. We’ll grow together. We’ll see what we can do.
I came back too early the last time so I just wanted to make sure I was ready.
Yeah, you don?t want to do that. You want to play safe and get it out. But those things happen.
To come home like this . . . It?s disappointing, to say the least.
He’s going to be a scary player. He’s young, he’s learning – and that was a big goal for us.
We’re playing simple hockey, we’re playing basic hockey. Early in the year we would press.
When you’re a young team it’s probably better to start from the bottom. It hurts. It hurts a lot. You don’t like it. No one likes it. But you learn. Sometimes it’s a hard way to learn. That’s behind us now and we have to look ahead. I think guys feel pretty good about what’s...