Vegas Golden Knights: 1 step to the Stanley Cup finals
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Adin Hill excelled for his team, which managed to win vs Dallas Stars 4-0 in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final. The Vegas Golden Knights are now very close to the Stanley Cup Finals. There is enormous pressure on them at the moment, but we have no doubt that they will know how to deal with it.
Hill is proud of himself, but also of the entire team that showed true character. "I feel pretty good about my game right now, but it speaks volumes to our team too," -Hill said, as quoted by NHL. "We haven't lost many games in these playoffs.
We're on a kind of roll right now and playing really well defensively, so I just want to keep it going and just focus on the next game."
Tyler Seguin on his team
Stars forward Tyler Seguin is disappointed. However, his team will never give up.
One defeat will mean the end of their adventure. They know very well what is at stake in the next match. "A lot of stuff tonight's between the ears," -Tyler Seguin said. "As a group, we know that you've got to beat us one more time.
We have a tight group in here, a lot of character, and we're going to give it everything we've got." Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy is satisfied with his team's performance. They were focused throughout the match, they wanted to win.
When you have players who show unity and will, then results must come. "We finished plays right," -Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy said. "So, you get a lead on the road, it makes it a little bit easier to relax and play, not to chase the game.
Puck management, we played behind them, we forecheck, we create turnovers, and we play in the [offensive] zone with puck possession. We've talked about that being a big part of our game in the playoffs. We feel we're doing something to put pressure on them.
It wasn't just luck or a fortunate break, we did it by playing the way we wanted to play."