“A mixture of Hasek and Brodeur” – Carey Price

«Un mélange de Hasek et Brodeur» – Carey Price

For the second time in the space of a few weeks, Carey Price has taken out the good old “double-pad stack” to his repertoire. The type of judgment that reminds us of the guardians of the 1980s and 1990s.

“It was a spontaneous gesture, the idea of the moment. I don’t do that often, but when I do, I want it to be spectacular. It was a mixture of Hasek and Brodeur, but they were more graceful than me. “

– Carey Price

Nick Suzuki opened the scoring by scoring his 11th goal of the season. However, it was only his second goal in
10 games.

“It was nice of mark from the first period. It has enabled us to establish ourselves in the game. With the lead, it was a little more comfortable. “

– Nick Suzuki

Always shy when the time comes to speak of himself, Nick Suzuki has shown praise towards his teammates.

“Overall, we played a pretty good defensive game. We have found a way to win. Petry fired a superb shot. Price has also made a huge play in the third period, with its stop spectacular against Silfverberg. It is for this reason that he is the best goalkeeper in the world. “

– Nick Suzuki

Jake Evans has played his first game in the NHL. Used to the right of Ilya Kovalchuk and Max Domi, he escaped to the net by John Gibson since its first presence.

“I had a lot of fun. It was amazing to play with Kovalchuk. In addition, it is so noisy in this building. The butterflies that I had in the belly disappeared as soon as I touched the puck. “

– Jake Evans

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