Quenneville on Hawks' win, Mayers/Torres fight
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Fri, 8 Feb 2013|
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville breaks down his team's 6-2 win over Phoenix and explains Jamal Mayers' fight with Raffi Torres in the first period - 2/7
Well get a great start now. There was that the energy. The guys played the right way and we had real good purpose to -- game wanted to start well and responded to a poor start San Jose. Score first certainly helped as soon but to lose this great effort across the board please every aspect of her game and contribution to -- Marreese that he just keeps. He's playing extremely well very happy please started the season is to Mears approach. It's consistency in this game both sides of the puck. It's nice place these functions threat. He wants the puck and scores and everything here but wanted to do very pleased his contribution. So premeditated their game it's you know he might end. And had an idea wouldn't do. -- it's we talked about. That take any. -- -- -- Wanted to initiate wouldn't want to retaliate and I think. Jammer those -- us. They're great -- And then we feel good right now wouldn't have been playing well would be consistent our games and lot of contributions from a lot of guys. Seems that this chemistry movie. Room uses as good as you can get and it's reflected in play. Players -- served with the approach to how we began the year of the consistency and their individual efforts to eighteen games are. Not sure did a great game. His best game he had -- quality chances to do. Police had a couple of shots as well. Great feeds around the net to that blindness as dangerous as well. That is not the place again. Instantly -- Stretch of games with the puck was. Still -- the right things complement of one point. Well I mean it's there and we want this every game. Tough buildings. It's tough games and we know -- world right now big game tonight. Watch Saturday play but it certainly. It's going to be like game play. He kept the momentum toward -- changed much.