We have nine games more, we have to try to win five or six. We don't have any pressure right now and we're enjoying ourselves.
I think he scored a beautiful goal and did a great job and he is good, ... He scored a great goal and did a great job, and he controlled the puck beautifully. He's good.
He's a very good player.
We played not good for two periods. The third period, I think we played pretty well.
For sure, Pavel Bure was my hero. I was very young, but I remember this moment. I recorded the game.
Yes, I think about (the Calder trophy), and I want to win it because everybody does. If I'm playing hockey, I want to win all the (trophies) I can.
I just looked what I do ... goalie he thought I go to do some move, but I shot it.
I thought I scored two goals, but I didn't score, ... I must score when if I have a great chance to score. I'm disappointed because we lost this game and the first period was terrible.
I thought I scored two goals, but I didn't score, ... I must score when I have a great chance to score. I'm disappointed because we lost this game and the first period was terrible.
My time in the NHL goes so fast. I remember when I came to Toronto to my agent's house. I just started the preseason. And now it's half season, and now the Olympics.
That was one of my most important goals in my career. So tomorrow I'm going to try and score another goal that will rank even more important.
We came out and played hard. I'm happy to score three goals to win this game. It's my first hat trick in the NHL and it feels like my first goal in the NHL.
If I can get my stick to lift up the puck backhand, I can score. It's my mistake.
We had a good game tonight, but we made a few too many mistakes. Tomorrow is a big game and we can't make those mistakes.
When I got into the shootout, I know what I'm going to do. I just got the shot that was available and was able to make.
I work to make shots, I try to do something, always to do something,
We must forget about this game. We play two games in two days all the time in the NHL, so that's OK.
We just play how we can and we don't score. Everybody is trying hard. ... We just play and we don't have luck.
This is the first season after the lockout and it is different for every team, ... Of course, the lockout has been a factor for the Capitals. But anything is possible if a team can play better than expected with heart and passion and a lot of hard work.
Everybody in my country is jumping, I think. And everybody at the Olympics will drink lots of vodka.
Everybody in my country is jumping and drinking lots of vodka.
This is special, very special, for our country.
We did it. We beat a great team. All the people in my country will be jumping up and down and will drink a lot of vodka.
It will be the biggest game of my life. Canada will be a lot tougher than the Americans.
If the National Hockey League was in Russia, I would be getting the attention,