Juuse Saros showed that he is a great goalkeeper after making 64 saves in his team's 5-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. Saros commented on his performance: "Some nights you need to pull puck luck there. It was all different [shots]," Saros said for nhl.com.
"That was kind of the theme of the game, and they're that kind of a team too, so I had to guess it was not going to slow down (in the third period)." Jankowski praised 'Juice', but also the whole team that did their best.
"We're a resilient group," Jankowski said. "Any time we get down like that, we know what we're capable of. We don't panic, we just bounce back. 'Juice' was unbelievable. He's an All-Star for a reason. That was an unbelievable game by him."
Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour on the match
Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour could not blame his players.
The biggest 'culprit' for his team's defeat was Saros. "We played a good game. I'm not going to put any negative on this,"-Rod Brind'Amour said. "You put up  shots, you've got to win the game. What you've got to do is give credit where credit is due.
[Saros] played as good a game in the net as you're ever going to see. That's the story." Mattias Ekholm is happy with the performance of his team and expects them to continue like this. "In the first 40 minutes, I thought there was plays to be made.
I thought we did some of them," Ekholm said. "But we had a goaltender that stood on his head and kept us in there, and at the end we land the final punch. "This is a hard building to come out of with points. We've seen what they've done as of late, so we're really happy with the points."