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QUOTES: January 19 - Ottawa Senators vs. Mighty Ducks of Anaheim

They said it:

Bryan Smolinski:


"We were way lucky to get a point out of that," said centre Bryan Smolinski.
Without getting too technical, Smolinski described his club's second period last night as "crap." "That was a lacklustre 20 minutes," he said, "just crap. That was not characteristic for us."

Note: Without getting too technical

Daniel Alfredsson:

"We couldn't even break out of our own end," said captain Daniel Alfredsson. "We weren't supporting each other at all and we were turning the puck over way too many times."

"We started off not too bad and then we started playing by ourselves and not supporting each other," said Alfredsson. "We couldn't really find our game. "They played good, but we couldn't even break out of our own end. We turned the puck over way too many times."

Dominik Hasek:

"I think that with the way we played the first 40 minutes we should be happy to have one point," said Hasek. "Anaheim played really well the whole 60 minutes. We were lucky to come back."

Jason Spezza:

"It felt good to be back, but I felt a little rusty," admitted Spezza. "The chest felt fine."

Teemu Selanne:

"It wasn't the prettiest (win), but we did a lot of good things," said Selanne. "Even when they were up two goals we never gave up."

Randy Carlyle:

"If they killed that (5-on-3)," said Ducks coach Randy Carlyle, "then maybe the momentum stays with them. That got us back in the game. At one point we were down 2-0 and we had outchanced them 7-2."

"Anytime you can get points in this building it's a positive," said Ducks coach Randy Carlyle. "They have a great home record and are undoubtedly one of the best teams in the league."

Bryan Murray:

"Hasek was the reason we were able to get a point out of this," said Senators coach Bryan Murray. "I think we had the chances at 13-3 (for Anaheim) in the second period"

""Anaheim was quicker and worked harder than us," said Senators head coach Bryan Murray."

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Thank God for the Dominator.

The way they left him out to dry, they should be bowing at his feet.

Especially that third goal...he was down and out for awhile before Marchant put it in, and five Senators were standing still.

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As long as Spezza takes care of himself, no worries for the team...

Dare to Dream.

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As long as Spezza takes care of himself, no worries for the team...

Dare to Dream.
Anyone else here worried Spezza will be asked to carry the flag at the opening ceremonies in Turin and re-injure himself?

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If he were to carry the flag, it could very well happen.

But he won't be asked to carry the flag.

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"****ing Sens!"

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