"That's, I think, the plan and you never know with Q," Saad said. "It's always switched up to his liking. But me and Jonny had some success in the past, and I definitely feel excited to hopefully be reunited with him."
"I think he's been a little calmer," said veteran winger Brandon Saad, who scored the only goal for Columbus in a 4-1 playoff loss to Pittsburgh Friday night. "He demands a lot of players, but there were some times last year when he flipped the switch. And this year he's kind of relaxed a little bit more, taught a little bit more rather than screaming."