“You go to block a shot and it goes off you and in the net,” Laich said. “I mean, sometimes you can’t defend against bad luck.”
Regardless of luck or traffic in front of him or anything else, Holtby coolly vowed to return to his early-series form for Game 4 Thursday night.
“It’s not the first time it’s happened, and it’s not the end of the world,” he said. “You can’t be 100 percent at your best every day. That doesn’t happen. All you can do is be professional about it and make sure you do everything you can to be at a level that will make you succeed.”
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