Found December 26, 2011 on Rangers Report:
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Sorry. Had some technical difficulties with the new computer system at the paper … so I missed most of the lockerroom. Here’s a quote from Brian Boyle about his shot-blocking at the end of the second period: “That’s old news for our team. That’s what we do. That’s a big part of how we defend. We get over there and we block it. That’s how we play. Everyone buys into that.” Henrik Lundqvist: “What’s good about this team, especially this year, is we expect a lot from each other in the room here. It doesn’t matter if you won two in a row or four in a row. We come back with the same effort, and that’s what we need if we want to be a top team. That’s where it starts. It was tough today coming back with two days off. I think the first half we were trying to get going and after that the speed clicked up a little bit and the intensity picked up.” And Lundqvist on being first in the East: “It’s a good feeling, no question. It doesn’t mean a lot, but it feels good. Obviously
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