Rob Scuderi talks sloppy play, big hits and cloudy future in Minnesota

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Following the Kings 4-2 win in St. Louis on Thursday night, here’s what defenseman Rob Scuderi had to share…

– On the overall game: “I thought we played our game the entire time. We were real good defensively and made our offense out of that. The one game, I think we played pretty sloppy – but you know, sometimes you gotta come back. I think we had a big comeback at Staples Center, and just finding ways to win is the bottom line.”

– On the hit on Justin Williams: “St. Louis has had a tough couple of games the last few (days). And they’re desperate and coming out trying to send a message. We expected that. Every time we play them, they’re a physical team. They’re a hard team to play against. So it’s not exactly a surprise to any of us.”

– His thoughts on the Minnesota game coming up on Saturday: “To be honest, not too sure. Just focusing on one game at a time. Especially in the shortened season. They’re all so important. So we were 100% focused on St. Louis tonight. We have the off day tomorrow – probably practice, take a look at some video, and try to get an idea of their fundamentals, and the basics of the game that they try to execute.”

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