Steve Sullivan
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"Steve Sullivan" is a Canada/Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played over 1000 games in the National Hockey League for the New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, Nashville Predators, Pittsburgh Penguins and Phoenix Coyotes. He is currently the Coyotes' development coach.

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It's great. That's what the rules are there for, to help players be creative with the puck.

But he's a great kid and loves the game and he'll have success. He might not be the Calder Trophy winner but in the long run, he'll be the real deal.

Coming back like that wasn't impossible in past years, but you didn't see it happen very often. I think now you're going to see it more often with the new rules. If you keep moving your feet and you keep skating, then you've got a chance.

We were being embarrassed. We were being intimidated, we just sat and told ourselves that we can outplay them.

I saw him throw it to his trainer behind the bench. He took it down the hallway.

I think it's the most exciting the NHL has been in a long time. I think the fans are very happy with the way the game is going. There's a lot of scoring chances. ... We're very happy with the way things have been going so far.

How do you know who's the best outside the NHL until they play in the NHL?

You can't just sit back and hold on to leads now. With the way the rules are now, you have to keep going after it. The rules don't let you clutch and grab, so it's more a game of offense.

We're still trying to get used to each other on the power play. We're kind of feeling things out and hopefully working out the kinks.