Game 6 morning skate chat with Blues forward Jayden Schwartz

Had a chance to spend a few minutes with Blues forward Jayden Schwartz following the team’s morning skate earlier today…

On which Kings players have been doing the most chirping in the series:

“Nothing I can remember.  Physical series, they talk, but you really don’t listen.  I can’t recall anyone really.”

On the difference between home and road games in this series:

“The games are so tight, every single game’s been a one goal game.  Anything could happen.  A mistake here or there, or a bounce here or there is the difference.  I think both games in St. Louis we came out hard, and the games here they came out hard.  Had a better start, but they’ve been tight games so it’s been pretty similar at home and on the road.”

On the speed shifting to run and gun at times:

“Yeah, they like to be physical.  They play tight defensively.  There’s not a lot of space out there, but there’s speed on both sides.  Guys that hit, or guys that are fast on both sides.  So it’s fast.  There aren’t a lot of chances, but goaltending and things like that have been pretty solid.”

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