"I thought they created a ton of stuff (in the second half) and it seemed like on some of those chances that a stiff wind would've blown one in," he added. "But I told the guys after the game, and they understand and I think they agree, that this was not a loss tonight. We made so many strides in what we want to do and who we want to be in this one game alone."
"I see it day in, day out, how hard this guy works," Rimando said. "He's our captain [at Salt Lake], and he did not get that role just because of his game. He got that role because he's a true leader. He's the first guy on the practice field, the last guy to leave. To see him finally get what he deserves, it's great."