"We did a lot of good things, we just didn't seem to be able to get a bounce," Holtby said. "Our team played well enough to get a win. In the end, they won a goaltending battle. Their second goal had no business going in and that was the difference in the game."
"On the road, it forces you to get to know your teammates — especially the guys who haven't been here before," Holtby said. "You get together as a team outside of hockey and learn the different peoples' personalities that way. It's good that you see a team-building thing together on the road, and at the same time, games are harder. Games are tougher. You learn a lot more about your team and what you can do there."