“So he took it as a bonus. He could’ve come down with the wrong attitude, but he came down with the exact opposite,” Kolzig said. “He’s starting to become more of a leader on and off the ice. And not in an arrogant way, ‘Look what I did last year, I shouldn’t be down here.’ He’s been great, great with his teammates and he gives the guys an opportunity to win almost every single night.”
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