First job is to stop the puck. (Then) worry about where it goes. You beat it out, set, then stop it. You gotta know where the puck is going, where the position of the guy is that's shooting.

He's been nothing but a great help for me personally. He makes it a lot easier.

I've always said when you start thinking, that's when you screw yourself up. You've got to quit with the thinking and just stay in the moment.

The whole idea is to basically beat the pass to where it's going. You have to have an idea, you wanna know at all times where everybody on the ice is.

We're starting to play playoff hockey. Early in the season we were winning games 7-4, and you're not going to go very far in the playoffs if you're all offense. You've got to be able to play defense as well.