That’s a recipe for success no matter the arena.
“Especially on the road, it doesn’t really matter. At this point in the season, goals are scored like that,” said goaltender Tomas Vokoun, who had 30 saves. “There’s not many pretty ones, maybe on the power play. But five-on-five, you’ve got to bang second or third rebound in or deflection or something like that. Teams are fighting for position. Everybody’s fighting for something.”
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