"That's just a natural thing that you want to try to impress the new coach and make sure that you're in good standing with him and that sort of focus I think has been good for us," Shattenkirk said. "We realized that after the coaching change that we were probably the next ones that we're gonna start getting cut and chopped here by Army (GM Armstrong) and it was our responsibility as players to start making that change in here."
"We're playing a lot of different styles of opponents and we have to switch our game up a little bit, too," Shattenkirk said. "We've been able to find ways on back-to-backs and find ways to win in tough environments."
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