Game 4: Sutter and Williams talk Kings 6-3 win over Sharks

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Post-game quotes following the Kings 6-3 win in Game 4 over the visiting San Jose Sharks on Thursday…

Darryl Sutter on his top guys:

“Yeah I think that the veteran group of the older guys played really well. They matched their veteran group.”

Sutter on the overall game: “There wasn’t much difference from Game 3 to Game 4. I mean it was 3-2, and instead of them making it 3-3 we made 4-2.”

Sutter on if Dustin Brown be on the top line for game 5:

“Could be.”

Sutter on Justin Williams:

“He has played a lot of playoff games, so he is used to it. He has played in big games, so he is the guy that usually does respond.”

Sutter on momentum from game to game:

“I don’t think there is any momentum from game to game, other than to try and play the same way.”

Justin Williams on the overall game:

“We’re certainly happy we got the win but we feel we have a long road to go obviously. We’re going to take another step in San Jose and it’s going to be a tough one. You’re happy to play in the playoffs but you want to excel in the playoffs and we haven’t been able to do that so far in this series. We’re trying to push it game by game and win one more next game.”

Williams on the next game:

“Every game gets harder and harder. They say the close-out game is always the hardest. We have a lot of character right here and we’re certainly not going to call it quits. We’re going to try and give them a good push. You need to put this behind you. They’re obviously a great team on home ice and they’ve shown it throughout the past decade it seems. By the way we started we would’ve had to have won one there (San Jose) and now we’re going to have to try to win a couple more.”

MORE POST-GAME CONTENT:

Dustin Brown after Game 4 – ‘It’s about pride’

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