"That wasn't our game in the second period tonight," Coyle said. "We were turning pucks over and we weren't skating and playing simple, which is our recipe for success. We kind of stopped doing that and fed right into their game."
"We were playing down low and trying to win battles and controlling the puck and it paid off for us right away to kind of get us going a little bit," Coyle said. "That definitely gave us confidence and we just kind of fed off of that and tried to keep it going."