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by Paul on 04/14/13 at 01:28 PM ET
from Sean Fitz-Gerald of the National Post,
On winger Phil Kessel, who has eight points in his last four games:
“I just think that we’ve asked him to do some things differently. Again, it’s a tribute to the player. It’s not anything that is earth shattering. We just felt that there’s things that we have to do as a group to give ourselves the best chance to have success. And we didn’t really think that we could be a one-dimensional team, as far as a rush team. And I would say, last night, we had more chances on the rush than we have had all year.”
On who might have won, if Nazem Kadri fought Montreal forward Brendan Gallagher during Saturday night’s 5-1 Toronto win:
“I don’t know. I think Nazzy’s been involved in probably a few scraps in his day in junior, and in the American Hockey League. And I don’t know Brendan Gallagher. He’s a Western [Canadian] kid, so I’m sure he didn’t get to where he is not having to defend his honour.”
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