Sheldon Souray
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"Sheldon Sharik Souray" is a Canada/Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman who played 13 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars, and Anaheim Ducks. He was best known for his heavy slapshot, once setting a previous unofficial NHL record for the hardest recorded shot at the Oilers' 2009 Skills Competition.

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We have given up some leads in the last minutes of games. You just can never quit.

Now we have a big mountain to climb, and the road is going to be tough.

That was a crazy play, (Huet) was unbelievable making some huge saves at the end. He saved the game for us. He's been really good, but tonight he was unbelievable.

We are walking a fine line right now. The penalties are killing us and we need to play more desperate and get more urgency in our game.

My golf swing curves like that also.

I don't know if we thought things were going to be easy the rest of the way, that teams were going to lay down for us. The guys that were lineup haven't held up their end of the deal. To a man, we can all play better.

That's what I wanted to do. But I was as surprised as anybody when it worked.

We're just taking way too many penalties. We were fortunate tonight that our penalty killing was up to the challenge.

I can't tell you how much that meant to us.