"I probably would have done the same," Roy said. "We're thinking of doing the same at the end depending where we are in the standings. We're going to rest Varly probably the last two games. Absolutely not (offended). I think they did what was the right thing for their team. The only sad part there's a lot of people coming here to see Sidney Crosby play. That's fine, that's part of our business."
Colorado coach Patrick Roy said his team might have taken the Penguins lightly after seeing Sydney Crosby and Chris Kunitz joining center Evgeni Malkin (foot) in street clothes, leaving Pittsburgh without its top three scorers.