Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 04/08/06 at 11:44 AM ET
-Thomas Holmstrom describing his shootout goal last night that gave the Wings the win- "A month ago I didn't do too well, but this time I thought I would go forehand, chop, chop, backhand."
-Martin Brodeur on the Canadiens' Cristobal Huet, from the Staten Island Advance
, "I don't know much about him," Brodeur said, "because instead of being a French-Canadian goalie, he's a European goalie. So you don't follow him as much as you would have followed a (Jean-Sebastien) Giguere or someone like that. But he's been doing well for them.
"I think it's nice for Montreal to be able to make a bold move like that by trading Jose (Theodore) and having a kid -- well, he's older, he's not really young -- able to respond the way he did. It's amazing."
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