Just having the chance to put it on the line at the end with the coach putting me out there was a lot of fun. We needed the two points anyway it came and it was a great way to get it.
"Christopher Kunitz" is a Canada/Canadian professional ice hockey winger (ice hockey)/left winger and Captain (ice hockey)#Alternate captains/alternate captain with the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League (NHL). He has previously played for the Atlanta Thrashers and Anaheim Ducks, the latter with whom he won a Stanley Cup in 2007 Stanley Cup Playoffs/2007. He won his second Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs/2009. He won a gold medal with Team Canada at the Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics/2014 Winter Olympics.More Chris Kunitz on Wikipedia.
Everything just keeps rolling. It's amazing how early in the season we weren't getting the bounces and now everything coach seems to do is turning into gold.
We gave up some bad penalties and the Blues capitalized on all of their chances, and that's what hockey is all about.
I've had to make my game more of a speed game. Getting up and down my wall a little quicker, getting myself the room that I need. Instead of kinda sitting and looking for the room, I have to move and create space for myself.
It depends on what the goalie is going to do. You react to him.
There have been a lot of days, but we had a couple of team meals, a team day on the pond, a trip to a pool hall. I think the chemistry is starting to come around. We had a lot of (personnel) moves early on in the season, with new guys coming in and out. It's been pretty consistent as of late.
It depends on what the goalie is going to do. You react to him. We gave up some bad penalties and the Blues capitalized on all of their chances, and that's what hockey is all about.
I've always had kind of a knack for scoring goals. I think I could bring [to Anaheim] a game that you can trust every night ... doing whatever role [they] think I could fit.
It's just 1-on-1 and the game's on the line. I think a lot of guys like to thrive in that situation and I like it a lot.