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 Peter Laviolette - “You know what, I'm sure that's exactly what he wants. He's a competitive guy. I go back to the Olympics, when he lost to Finland 5-0 in his first game. He came his next game against Canada and stopped 54 out of 54. I watched him play that game, and he was outstanding. He's that type of person.”
 Peter Laviolette - “This isn't a bone they've been thrown. They've worn the sweater before and they've earned the right to be here at this camp. I hope that they're looking at this to try and make the Olympic team.”
 Peter Laviolette - “Obviously we keep putting (Gerber) in there when we play Florida. I think the pattern is since training camp. I think he's beaten them since then. Going back to that, I thought that he had a really solid game the first 30 minutes. It seems there were a lot of shots from the outside and we did a nice job cleaning it up in front of him. He did what he was supposed to do.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's obviously his first crack in the NHL and his first crack in the playoffs, so I don't think you really know what you'll get. But he's calm, cool and collected in there, and I think he exemplified that in the playoffs. He was just very calm.”
 Peter Laviolette - “For me, they provide that energy, and they've gotten goals as a result of that energy. It's the way they play - the speed, the physical play, the tenacity and the never-quit attitude....”
 Peter Laviolette - “We had an obligation to show up and play a hockey game tonight. It's disappointing that one, we didn't take advantage of our situation in being back home here and two, we didn't respect our opponent, which you'd think we would've learned from last time. Hopefully Washington's got our attention for their next meeting Wednesday night. I'd hate to see the same effort and same preparation again. It's unacceptable. It's inexcusable.”
 Peter Laviolette - “Hopefully, Washington's got our attention. I'd hate to see the same effort and preparation again. It's unacceptable. It's inexcusable.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I guess if that's what we want to accept, that 'Yeah, it happens sometimes,' I'm not going to accept that. We had an obligation to show up and play a hockey game tonight. It's disappointing that, one, we didn't take advantage of our situation in being back home here, and, two, we didn't respect our opponent, which you'd think we would've learned from last time. Hopefully Washington's got our attention for Wednesday night. I'd hate to see the same effort and same preparation again. It's unacceptable, it's inexcusable.”
 Peter Laviolette - “They've got a really good team. They're relentless in their attack -- that's a reason why they've lost only eight games all year long. I thought Cam Ward played great. He made a lot of big saves. As the game went on, he seemed to get better.”
 Peter Laviolette - “When we came over, I thought we would have a balanced attack, maybe not one guy, an attack where each line could contribute on any given night. I think there's been a lot of opportunities to put the puck in the back of the net and we haven't, but I don't think it's because we have a lack of finishers.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It doesn't revolve around one person. Not everyone can remain hot for all 82 games. It's a combination of having that balanced attack as far as offense goes, along with two goaltenders Gerber and rookie Cam Ward we trust and have played well.”
 Peter Laviolette - “They're relentless in their attack.”
 Peter Laviolette - “They've got a really good team. They're relentless in their attack.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I'm not much of a reflector. I don't look back and reflect on too much, good or bad. It's more about what's going to happen tomorrow, and trying to stay ahead of it.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I'm not much of a reflector. I don't look back and reflect on too much, good or bad. It's more about what's going to happen tomorrow and trying to stay ahead of it.”
 Peter Laviolette - “We haven't looked in the rearview mirror too much and we don't look too far ahead and I think that's one of the keys to our success. There just won't be any easy games from here on out.”
 Peter Laviolette - “It's an accomplishment and our guys should be proud of that. They've worked hard to get to this point, but trust me. It's not the ultimate goal.”
 Peter Laviolette - “I mean, it's a great accomplishment any time you win your division. I think the focus for us is to keep winning games and playing well. Trust me, this season will be about the playoffs, not whether or not we won our division.”

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