Dan Taylor on being a local kid and playing for the ‘Necks: 

“I think it’s the best thing in the world playing in this arena growing up in this city. I remember watching the games from where I used to sit and being able to play in front of them and have a game like that is special.”

On the team effort:

“You look at the last couple of minutes there you’ve got Zach Currier throwing his body around coming up with probably the biggest loose ball of the game. You’ve got Tyler Pace getting a huge turnover when we need it and another loose ball back. Those small plays are what adds up over 60-minutes and that’s what we pride ourselves on and that’s what we’re going to continue doing.”

Josh Sanderson on the faceoff team having their best game of the year: 

“Our loose ball team, faceoff team whatever you want to call it, was a lot better tonight obviously. We had a really, really good start and then they got a chunk but we got some other big ones that helped us get the win. Good for (Justin Inacio) he’s still young, he’s still learning, so he’s only getting better every game and I think tonight was probably his best one on the dot.”

On Dan Taylor’s big night: 

“He’s a leader in the room. He was a little snake bitten around the net but you keep doing good things and they come in bunches like they did for him tonight. I’m glad he got rewarded because he played so good last week and they just didn’t fall for him and then tonight they started falling for him obviously in the second half and all the guys are really happy for him.”

Justin Inacio on how he is feeling about his game: 

“I feel great. I’m getting my feet underneath me but I’m leaning on the older guys, our veterans, they’ve been doing a great job of supporting me, encouraging me and just building chemistry right now on the unit. It feels good.”

On getting quick goals off his faceoff wins: 

“It adds fuel to the fire. That gets the guys going, momentum. It gives me me momentum as well, when they capitalize on my wins it gets me in a rhythm as well so we’re all working together.”


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