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Topic - Robert Luongo
"I've been playing well all year. I think it's worked out pretty well for me," Luongo said Tuesday, the day after the 8-1 loss. "I made some adjustments before the year started, so I'm not going to readjust again."
"This is part of goaltending and you have to have a short memory. You can't dwell on what happened," he said. "It might even be easier to bounce back from a game like (Monday) night realizing that we didn't have our best game and we just need to bring it."