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 Randy Carlyle - “In playoffs and critical games, specialty teams are usually the difference-maker.”
 Randy Carlyle - “We played a lot harder tonight than we have in a lot of our games, particularly on the road.”
 Randy Carlyle - “I don't think you can really expect to win a hockey game giving up three power-play goals. In reality, you cant give up those and that's the difference in the hockey game.”
 Randy Carlyle - “The penalty parade took us out of the game. We can't continue to give a team the quality of Dallas that many power plays. They made us pay for it. ... We took too many. They got momentum from it.”
 Randy Carlyle - “We had more structure, but our penalty parade took us out of the hockey game. You can't continually give teams the quality of Dallas power plays. They made us pay.”
 Randy Carlyle - “You can't give anybody five-on-threes like we did in the second period. We got ourselves into penalty problems and it turned the whole momentum in their favor.”
 Randy Carlyle - “He was going along at a fairly good pace and making great strides. Then he suffered the concussion and really struggled after that.”
 Randy Carlyle - “It seems for whatever reason, if we take our free hand off our stick, no matter what happens we got a penalty for it.”
 Randy Carlyle - “When you lose a shootout, you feel like you've lost the hockey game. We didn't lose the hockey game. We lost a point and they gained a point.”
 Randy Carlyle - “When you lose the shootout, you feel like you lost the hockey game. But we didn't lose the hockey game. We lost a point and they gained a point. That's the reality of it.”
 Randy Carlyle - “Our relationship goes back a long way. Our kids played minor hockey together in Winnipeg. There are roots there.”
 Randy Carlyle - “It's hard to be critical of our group because things have gone so well. We've worked so hard and then we have a game like this where we weren't as sharp as we have been. I'm not going to criticize our team for this hockey game.”
 Randy Carlyle - “When you lose the shootout, you feel like you lost the hockey game, ... But we didn't lose the hockey game. We lost a point and they gained a point. That's the reality of it.”
 Randy Carlyle - “We didn't have much going other than the fact we scored a couple power play goals. We did not compete at our best level. I thought they wanted it more than we did and they went out and played that way.”
 Randy Carlyle - “I thought we deserved a better fate, but we didn't get it. There is no use worrying about it. We can't change it.”
 Randy Carlyle - “I thought it was a masterpiece. It was a game where we were able to get things going in a positive direction after the first shift. We had a few miscues and we took a penalty right off the bat, but we were able to regroup and get enough pucks past their goaltenders.”
 Randy Carlyle - “Robby said that he felt that he didn't even touch it. He thought it was there and it went off their player. That's why he was confident, when he came to the bench, that they were going to allow the goal.”
 Randy Carlyle - “We did not compete at our best level. I thought that they wanted it more than we did and they went out and played that way. The bottom line is we have to prepare ourselves for more of a team effort than we got from our group tonight.”
 Randy Carlyle - “I thought we didn't play 60 minutes, we played about 50 minutes.”
 Randy Carlyle - “He's a stay-at-home guy, he does everything at 100 percent all the time and keeps it simple.”
 Randy Carlyle - “After the first 10 minutes, we got through a nervous time and we started to do more of things we're able to do as a group. Are you happy that your group competed and got their feet wet. Yeah, you're happy in that sense, but you're not happy with the outcome because we lost the hockey game.”
 Randy Carlyle - “Nothing changes. One game at a time. We're not in a position to do anything more than try to improve where we are in the standings and improve our position for the playoffs. We're going to continue to push in that direction.”
 Randy Carlyle - “He's a friend of mine. You never like to see an individual lose his job. It's a difficult time for him and his family. I wish him all the best, and I know he'll bounce back. He will coach again - I'd almost be willing to bet.”
 Randy Carlyle - “He was a force out there at all times. He's a dominant young player. He's the real deal.”
 Randy Carlyle - “He did everything he had to do to dominate the game. He was a force out there. I think at times we stood around and were in awe of him.”

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