Obviously it's a great line, to be playing with Sullivan and Walker. I'm trying not to have too much focus on that. Things change really quick, so I'm just trying to do my job.
They want me to play on one of the top two offensive lines, and that's where I've played most of my career anyway, so I'll try to do my best and show everyone that I can still play in the league.
I didn't know if I had played my last game two years ago. So a game like this is terrific.
I wondered after a year off how much time it would take to get back to top strength. I have to admit that training camp was pretty intense for me, but the last couple of weeks have been better.
The first 10 minutes we were pretty good, and then it was just like we didn't have any jump anymore. We've been playing a lot of games, but we can't use that as an excuse because the schedule has been busy for everyone.
They say a 2-0 lead is the worst thing in hockey. Now, I'm starting to believe them.
We'll have to see what all the options are before anything gets decided. But hockey is different today. The new (collective bargaining agreement) makes things much different.
They took the lead and played very solid defense. It was hard to score goals.
We were teasing (Johnson) before the game because it was probably the fastest goal in NHL history tonight.
It was close all game and could have gone one way or another. We've got to make sure we win those games.