December 8, 2022

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“We must forget it” -Corey Perry

"We must forget it" -Corey Perry

Corey Perry dictated the game in the back of the territory, especially in the first period. Despite his 36 years, he has been very active in the forward check along with Eric Stall and Joel Armia. While he says he is happy with his team effort, Perry is less likely to like the end result. He is still calm after this first setback in five overtime appearances for CH in the playoffs.

“You have to forget it. We must take the positive aspects and continue to work in this direction. I really liked the way we played from the start of the match. This is our game. We were fast, we were rushing for the puck. If we continue on the same path, we will continue to destabilize them. “

– Corey Perry

After the meeting, there was a sensitive topic about the work of the referees, Chris Lee and Dan O’Rourke. Corey Perry gave the best answer without answering it. “I’m not saying anything. Paul Byron, he’s raised his mind a little.

“It’s out of our control. There’s nothing we can do about it. The referees will see what they see. We will continue our work, we will continue to play. I played a better game than the last game.”

– Paul Byron

Joel Edmundsson said he has been aware of the Golden Knights goalie change since Game 3 ended. Byron, meanwhile, could not believe that Robin Lehner’s appearance on the scene really changed the game.

“I don’t know. We have the same pressure. We put every game on the same plan. They have two good keepers. We have to work the same way. We have to create more chances, shoot more puck towards the goal and find ways to score.”

– Paul Byron

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