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 Saku Koivu - “Each of their units got the goals, so they're effective.”
 Saku Koivu - “I think for Finns, it's probably, maybe, the biggest game ever. Not just that we're playing in the gold-medal game in the Olympics, but we all know the importance of playing against Sweden.”
 Saku Koivu - “I didn't have any hair anywhere for almost seven months. So now, finally, I've got some hair, I'm going to keep it.”
 Saku Koivu - “I was a little worried about that. When you have to kill almost two minutes, it's rough.”
 Mikko Koivu - “It's a big deal. There will be guys that were my idols when I was growing up. You can always learn being around those guys.”
 Saku Koivu - “You always need younger guys if you're going to be successful in the long term.”
 Saku Koivu - “The most important thing is to stay positive.”
 Saku Koivu - “It's been tough for me being away from the game.”
 Saku Koivu - “Whatever the reason is, I hope we can finish talking about the Olympics. It's gone, it's behind us. The schedule wasn't proper for players who went there and there is some fatigue in a lot guys' play right now.”
 Saku Koivu - “I thought Perezhogin played really strong, he scored his second goal, he's been a real surprise. We knew he had offensive talent but the way he worked for the puck in the corners was impressive.”
 Saku Koivu - “He's been tremendous for us. We never even thought that he could be near as good as he's been. He's a big part of the reason we're in the playoffs right now. For us to be as successful, we need him.”
 Saku Koivu - “I felt like an outsider. The only time you get to really know guys is on the ice, and I couldn't be there.”
 Saku Koivu - “The thing that has surprised me is his consistency. As a rookie, it's tough to maintain your level of play throughout the year and he's played well from day one. Since the Olympic break, he's gotten more ice time and he's really taken advantage of that. I think the work he did early in the season is paying off.”
 Saku Koivu - “We wanted to do this a long time ago, ... but there was kind of a lockout or something.”
 Mikko Koivu - “Sometimes it's hard. It doesn't go in, it gets harder when it gets more time and more games. But I think why I felt confident and comfortable is I still played good game overall.”
 Saku Koivu - “There isn't too much time. I've got to go home and pack and leave (Sunday), have one practice and then we play on Wednesday.”
 Saku Koivu - “I think there's a lot of reasons. A lot of times in the regular season, you play back-to-back nights or you're on the road for a long time. In the playoffs, everyone is focused and . . . sometimes there's no explanation for things.”
 Saku Koivu - “We found out tonight how important and how crucial momentum swings can be. I thought we were playing very well. We were doing a lot of positive things but then we lost the puck two times in our zone and things swung their way. You can't afford to give teams momentum.”
 Saku Koivu - “For some reason we didn't get the best game out of us today. Sweden is a better team and they handled it better.”
 Saku Koivu - “It's a good feeling when you get that. I think halfway through the season not too many people expected him to get 20 goals and the way he's playing right now and getting the goals, it's really fun to watch, and it's really fun to play with him.”
 Mikko Koivu - “I change that once in a while. Every player has two, three moves that they want to do. For me, I always look at the goalie and how he moves in the net. I thought it would work.”
 Saku Koivu - “I always knew where I was going eventually, so it helped me to stay at home for three years. It helped me to develop my game. But it also helped me off the ice. Life here is way different, and I was able to get older.”
 Saku Koivu - “I always knew where I was going eventually, so it helped me to stay at home for three years, ... It helped me to develop my game. But it also helped me off the ice. Life here is way different, and I was able to get older.”
 Mikko Koivu - “It's understandable. He's been a good player for many years, and that's how it goes. It doesn't bother me as much anymore. Now, I have my own name here.”
 Saku Koivu - “That's probably the most hated team we face in hockey. I think it goes just way, way back to years and years ago when we were under Sweden.”

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