Ducks vs. Wings: Post Game 7 Comments from Kyle Palmieri

Following their 3-1 loss to Detroit on Sunday night, eliminating the Ducks from the playoffs, here’s what forward Kyle Palmieri had to share…

On if experience being the take-away from the series:

“Yeah, obviously it’s experience, but at the same time it’s a ton of disappointment and it sucks I think.  It’s just one of those things that you’re going to have four months to think about it and look back on the series.  All those little plays.  It sucks right now, but I don’t know.  Yeah, obviously it’s experience.

On if there’s a changing of the guard with the young talent coming up:

“I mean you never know going into a long offseason like this.  You never know what’s going to happen.  The whole face of the team could change in a day, but I think we worked really hard and surprised a lot of people here.  But when it came down to it, we fell short and lost in the first round.”

On the shortened season maybe taking too much out of the team:

“No, everyone’s playing the same.  So it’s not like…The Red wings went through a stretch.  We went through that stretch where we’re playing every other day.  It’s nothing you could point at in the season, in the schedule, and blame it on that.  There’s just no excuses for it.  Just that’s the end of our season, and it’s going to be a long offseason.”

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