One of the things I really missed about hockey season is Darryl quotes. Good to see coach is in mid-season form already.
On whether he has “given much thought” to the goaltending rotation this week:
It’s not a rotation. [Reporter: Quick in both games?] I don’t know. He might get hurt in warmup.
On Dustin Brown’s assertion that there hasn’t been much change over the last several seasons, and whether it makes his own job easier:
No, because our left wing was the lowest scoring left wing group in the National Hockey League last year. So other than trying to move Frattin from right wing to left wing, it’s certainly a big challenge for us because Jeff Carter was the leading goal scorer in the Western Conference, and at the same time, he played with guys in the point part of it, he was only able to get seven or eight assists because nobody on the other side could score. So that’s a huge thing. And then our third line was the lowest scoring third line in the National Hockey League. So is ‘change’ not good? There better be ‘change’ in terms of performance.