GM6 Preds at Kings: Jarret Stoll – ‘We were okay in spurts’

Kings’ forward Jarret Stoll didn’t manage a shot on goal vs the Predators on Thursday night. However, he had two hits and finished the night winning 60% of his faceoffs (9-of-15). After the game, here’s what he had to say…

– On what went wrong tonight: “We weren’t good at finishing and getting into the scoring areas more. There was a lot of shots blocked and a lot of shots from the outside. We were okay in spurts; we just didn’t generate enough. Didn’t get in those hard areas and get enough traffic in front of Pekka. We just have to push through. These are the games we need, especially at home and especially considering our schedule coming up.”

To see Dustin Brown’s full post-game quotes – and there were plenty of them – click here.

You can also read coach Darryl Sutter’s post-game thoughts here.

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Comments

  1. Sorry, but Stoll was plain awful last night.