I watch a lot of TV and I haven't seen anybody give us a chance. That is cool with us because we understand that is not going to determine if we win the football game or not. What is going to determine it is how well we are going to prepare this week and how well we get out there and play on Saturday night.
Listening to the Donald Hooton story about how his son died because of steroids really, really got to me. And I remember that very lonely night, getting on a plane a the more I thought of that story, I cried. And I made up my mind that night that this sport wasn't going to rest until it had taken what I felt and what all of us felt was the appropriate action.
You want your best players to be good every night, but they didn't have it going. Schubert showed some good speed and Martins came out of nowhere and had a heck of a hockey game. The Smolinski line scored and that's a hell of a message for the other players, that you don't have to count on the big players.