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Joe Pavelski and his teammates sat down for late-night dinner after a playoff loss with almost no one thinking about hockey. The veteran of 146 NHL playoff games had never experienced that before.VIDEO SIGN OUT

NHL players want that conversation to continue, and they want to get back to competing for the Stanley Cup. After being the final teams to play before the break, Colorado and Dallas will be the last to resume when they face off Sunday in Game 4 . “You see on social media all game day of teams postponing,” MacKinnon said. “But there were already games going on, so we didn’t really know what to do. It was a tough situation.”

"Down 2-1, it’s a huge one," MacKinnon said. “We know we’re a good enough team to win. Obviously having those injured guys in our lineup helps. We were hurt all season. We don’t want to be hurt. But we have no choice but to put our best foot forward and go out there and battle.” “Any decision make at the goaltending I feel pretty comfortable all the time,” Trotz said. “Both our goaltenders are experienced, and they’re great pros and they’re able to not look at what happened last game. They just look and prepare for the game ahead.”

 

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