Brad Richardson on if he’s a prick to play against

On his feelings about playing last night: 

“I felt a little rough at the start. Haven’t played in awhile so I didn’t feel great, but i thought my legs came under me as I got going. I don’t think it was nerves, more excitement.”

On San Jose’s overall play and physicality:

“We’ve played them a lot. We played them a couple years ago in the playoffs. They’re a good team. We kind of sat back a little bit and then they got the three goals and luckily we were able to regroup and get a couple late ones.”

On if he was channeling the 2011 series: 

“I think you always think about things that jump out. You have confidence going into it, so definitely that crosses your mind for sure. You always are preparing and thinking good things, that’s for sure.”

On Trevor Lewis saying he’s a ‘little prick to play against’:

“I don’t know, I’ve never played against myself, so I’m not sure.”

On if being with his line on a power play is different from an actual power play unit:

“Not really. Darryl always keeps us on our toes as far as that goes. Especially with Stolly being out. He will throw whoever out there. When you get out there you just try to do your best and try to score that’s for sure.”

On the pass and shot by Drew Doughty to put the team up by two:

“I knew they were kind of pinching down. Dewey was wide open so I made a great shot on the play.”

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