"You always think about that, but it's just the reality of this sport," St. Louis said. "You always have different lineups. Sometimes you want to have the same lineup, but guys get hurt. It's just the nature of the business. Guys are used to that."
"I think he was able to understand everything that comes with being a head coach. Being an assistant coach, I think you learn a lot along the way and I think he's done that," Lightning winger Marty St. Louis said. "Obviously he made the jump, and I truly believe that he's ready for that. I think he's going to do a good job."