Stoll comments after Game 3 win in NY

On Jonathan Quick’s play:

“He’s playing his game. Finding pucks, battling for pucks. Sometimes you didn’t think he could see that one, he saw it. Controls everything, very compact. Just very solid. He gave us a lot of confidence.”

On what they expect of the Rangers in Game 4:

“We expect their best game. Anytime you have a team on the brink- anytime you have the chance to move on and to win a playoff series, you’re going to get that team’s best. We have to have ours.”

On what they do to prepare for Game 4:

“Just go about your business. Try to come in and win a game. Have a good off day tomorrow and get ourselves ready for the following day, the game day. WE’re very routine type of guys, you guys all know that. Get some good rest, a lot of fluids, good food and get the energy level up for Game 4.”

On how to calm the rookies down:

“We’re a pretty calm gorup in here. They’ll see some of us, the way we’re calm and collected and business-like. It won’t be an issue.”

On if the experience from 2012 will help:

“Sure, I think so. Again, it’s just big games. Wehtehr you call them pressure or not, we just play the game. WE’re a lose group, we’re a confident group, we’re a strong group.”

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