"We were moving our feet and getting open for each other and creating passing lanes and creating shooting lanes," Wideman said. "I knew we were running out of time so I was just trying to get into a lane and get it to the net. It was just good for us to finally hold onto one."
"Everybody knows what kind of player Dale was and what he meant to the franchise," Wideman said when asked about what Hunter had told him about the Capitals. "[He had] just positive things to say about the franchise ... I had the pleasure of playing for Dale for three years, and playing for him got me to where I am today."