We still have a long way to go Martin

“We still have a long way to go” – Martin St-Louis

The term “match barometer” is often overused. That being said, when you go head-to-head with a team that has won 10 of their previous 12 games (10-1-1), you have a good opportunity to see how far you have to go before striving for the highest honors .

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“You see, we still have a long way to go. Teams like this show you what level you need to reach. We will keep working to move forward. »

–Martin St-Louis

However, the Habs were in play until the start of the third period. Then, for a reason that is difficult to explain, everything collapsed.

“We have become complacent. Once they score the first goal, it’s like taking your foot off the accelerator. »

-Michael Pezzetta

Fourth unit members Pezzetta and Rem Pitlick teamed up for a goal and knocked on the door on another occasion. Unfortunately, their efforts have been insufficient.

“It’s a good team. They took advantage of their chances. They made good games. You found a way to score goals. »

-Rem Pitlick

Accompanied by her father for a few days, Hurricanes players have a very special week. Seth Jarvis couldn’t have picked a better time to score the first hat-trick of his career.

“It’s an incredible feeling. My father and brother arrived yesterday (Wednesday). So this hat-trick means a lot to me. I often dreamed of such moments when I was young. »

—Seth Jarvis