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 Tom Renney - “I think we may be a little apprehensive. They just feel this huge obligation to be something special.”
 Tom Renney - “For a number of us, we've been in a bit of a flat-line.”
 Tom Renney - “Get your nose dirtier. There is a price to be paid for hanging in there and getting opportunities.”
 Tom Renney - “I'm not sure of the extent as of yet, but we'll know a little more probably by late Saturday night.”
 Tom Renney - “Some teams aren't sure they can win. Some teams hope they can win, and some teams know, not just that they can win, but that they're going to win. I'm not sure we're there yet, but we really believe that every night we do give ourselves a real good shot at winning the game. That's part of the evolution. I'd like to get to the point where we know we can win.”
 Tom Renney - “In the nature of the game, things have a way of balancing out. We've got some pretty good shooters, we've got guys who can score in the shootouts. That's just the way it goes. I think we have to be real careful we don't analyze ourselves to a standstill.”
 Tom Renney - “You can pick all sorts of reasons out why we're doing all right this year and I can tell you Kevin Weekes has really contributed to that whole thing by the nature of how he's chosen to deal with the situation.”
 Tom Renney - “I don't think so. I've asked myself the same question. We've really been careful in how we schedule our days off. Many of those are kind of spontaneous decisions to cut out a practice here or a morning skate. I think we've done the right things. I think one of the reasons we've been relatively injury-free is because of our general team fitness.”
 Tom Renney - “He may not have been in the blue when the shots finally came in, but there were moments when he was in the blue paint.”
 Tom Renney - “He may not have been in the blue (paint) when the shots finally came, but there were moments when he was in the blue paint. And as a goaltender, there's no way that you're going to be able to come out and cut down angles and take away a portion of the net if you're not able to extend yourself.”
 Tom Renney - “Don said he had done it a certain way and that it was illegal. The horse is out of the barn. It's gone, it's over. Other than to raise the question of how in fact the sticks are measured and training staffs across the league measure sticks the same way. You need some type of quick seminar.”
 Tom Renney - “Kevin was fine. I thought (the switch) was more an opportunity to wake up 18 guys and make a statement.”
 Tom Renney - “They're in the NHL. They're on our team. We have to generate more shots, we have to generate more traffic. We have to make life tough for our opponent to defend so that even though they might not be pretty goals we certainly can put the puck in the net.”
 Tom Renney - “We're going to stay the course and keep working at it. We had a game as we have had a couple of other times. We don't want to make it bigger than what it is.”
 Tom Renney - “I'm sort of playing a hunch, and there's a history as well. I like to make informed decisions and do my research.”
 Tom Renney - “We're going to be really very, very careful here and make sure that we give him a chance to assess where he is, both psychologically and physically, before we even contemplate putting him back in.”
 Tom Renney - “We've earned the privilege of feeling good about what we've done. But we have won nothing. We know we need our A-plus game in the playoffs, and now is the time that you make sure you're there when the time comes.”
 Tom Renney - “It may affect our transition game. He's got really good poise with the puck, he's got good deception where he can look people off and then make the appropriate little outlet pass. Those are real critical to our transition game and how much time we spend in our own end.”
 Tom Renney - “Wednesday will be the tougher day. If they get through that they'll probably be OK for Thursday's game. We might have to make some tough decisions.”
 Tom Renney - “The only thing that concerns me will be how our guys will be coming back from the Olympics. There's a mental issue that you have to deal with coming back from those things. These guys expend so much of themselves at this event. It's such a pinnacle at two-thirds of the way through the season. I don't know how that magnitude of an event is going to affect them. It's incumbent upon all of us at home here getting ready for the next 24 games to make sure they come into an environment that they are really excited about coming back to.”
 Tom Renney - “I'm thinking I'd better not make an emotional comment. I'll just sit down and think it through and do what's appropriate.”
 Tom Renney - “If you don't come out the gate well you stumble. Then you have to try and make up ground against good teams.”
 Tom Renney - “As long as we're working hard and playing within our system we should be able to get scoring chances with him out there at less than 100 percent. But we're going to be really very, very careful here and make sure that we give him a chance to assess where he is, both psychologically and physically, before we even contemplate putting him back in.”
 Tom Renney - “I'm not so sure we pushed the envelope, quite honestly. When you don't make it tough for the opponent, it's not real tough to defend. We didn't have a lot of net drive. We didn't have a lot of rebound opportunities.”
 Tom Renney - “And we want to win in a way that suggests to anybody that plays this team beyond this year, that you'd better check in and know how the Rangers are playing because that's what you're going to have to live up to. That's what we're trying to develop here.”

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