"We weren't playing playoff hockey - we were playing high-end, regular-season hockey, which is a big difference," said Minnesota's Eric Fehr, who was on that Capitals team in 2010. "It's just the intensity of taking the puck to the net and not playing as much on the perimeter and not trying to make fancy plays. You see the high-end teams in the regular season, they're making fancy plays, they're scoring 3-on-2 goals. You get to the playoffs and it's point shots, tips and battles in front of the net. That's the difference is you have to be playing that style of game come playoff time."
"We need to score goals if we want to win games and we had some good chances," Wild center Eric Fehr said.