Jarret Stoll on Kings 3-0 loss to New Jersey Devils

Post-game comments from Jarret Stoll…

“Obviously, we didn’t have our game tonight. We were pretty bad out there and this is definitely one of those games you put behind you the second it’s over and refocus. We’ll get to practice tomorrow and get ready for our next game in Dallas. That’s our mindset, we need to forget about it right away – realize the mistakes we made, pay attention to them, fix them and try not to let them happen again.”

On any differences vs. what they saw from the Devils in New Jersey a few weeks ago…

“No. They pressure hard, they work hard, they’re strong on the puck. They outworked us tonight. We weren’t pushing back, you could tell.  We didn’t have that intensity in our game and they took it to us.”

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