LA Kings coach Murray liked the ‘intensity and compete’

First round of post game notes.

Here is LA Kings coach Terry Murray on the overall game…

‘It’s very hard to dig out of a team like that, they’re too deep, too good. They were the President’s Trophy winner for a reason. We couldn’t and that’s the bottom line. We tried, we worked and I liked everything we were trying to do – from the penalty kill right through to the five-on-five in the third period. We did a real good job with intensity and compete. I thought we were carrying the play in the third period and trying hard to get back into it. We got close, but it’s too hard to turn the tables sometimes.”

To see what goalie Jonathan Quick had to say after the game click here.

More to come.

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