Some words from Mathieu

Game 7's are always do or die, and for Mathieu that means even more. This could be his last NHL game. And if it is, it will be a painful lose. Says he of game 7 situations:
"The main thing to keep in mind is that this is most fun that you can have in hockey. Sometimes being a little na├»ve is better. I think everyone on the team is looking forward to it. Anything can happen in Game 7. I played in Detroit … there's pressure to win every night, every series. It's definitely a much different feeling being on the other side than it is being in this dressing room. It can be a good thing to be the underdog. Going back to Montreal, the year we won the Cup (1993), we were underdogs. It definitely takes some of the pressure off, but at the same time, you've got to get out there and play the game. Once the puck's dropped, it's anybody's ballgame." (from NHL.com)

P.S. If the Coyotes lose to the Red Wings tonight, don't expect a recap for a couple of days. I'll be too busy drowning in my own vomit and tears to comment.

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