For me, on a personal note, it was really tough to see both Adam and Peter go. I'm really going to miss them.
Pierre's done a good job filling holes. We're going to have a talented team, an exciting team. We're looking forward to the challenge.
It's part of the cap thing. It's no big deal.
Here in Denver, we want to thank Jeremy Jacobs for the way he runs his business. Otherwise, we wouldn't have gotten Ray Bourque and won a Stanley Cup. Other than that, I don't pay much attention to what he has to say.
When you think of Canadian hockey, he was the greatest ever to play the game. When he talks, everybody listens. He has that much knowledge and respect, and whatever he has to say is important. It's not that we can't win without him, but we feel that much stronger with him.
I knew he wasn't going to give me high.
To play in the Olympics, to play for your country, there's nothing like it. You love doing it and I'm looking forward to it again. We're all looking forward to trying to win another gold.
Any free meal is a good meal, you know?
Hitch is Hitch and you just have to let him go, he gets mad.
Yeah, I could believe it. You almost could see it coming.
Obviously there are not too many people who get a chance to play in the Olympics in their hometown. That would be something special, but going into the summer you have to be realistic with yourself, and health-wise and motivation-wise you have to be willing to do what it takes.
I'm just happy I got a hole-in-one for the first time in my life.
Once you're in the game and it's a part of your life, you never want to leave it. But you have to be committed to be able to travel and do the things you need to do to be successful in whatever role you're doing.
You know what's good? Going on the ice and knowing that you don't have to skate when the whistle blows. All my life I've been the one skating.
I always said to myself that if I thought I slipped and could not be the player that I want to be, then it was time for me to go.