“You can get wrapped up in it pretty easily, looking at other teams’ star power,” Holtby said. “What I found that makes myself successful is just thinking of it as the shots come the same, you just have to react to ‘em. No matter who’s shooting, you just have to do your best to react, not get too overaggressive and just play it as it comes.”
“It’s just definitely a team where if you don’t play that 60 minutes like we’ve been talking about we’re going to be in trouble because they only a need a couple minutes to score a few goals,” he said. “It’s definitely a big test for us. But it’s the test we need right now.”
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