Before you become successful, you have to fall down on your face.
I didn’t spend a whole lot of time here, but I had the seven best years of my career in this city and having an attachment here 20-some odd years later is pretty special to me.
There’s only a couple stats that matter. No one cares how many blocked shots a guy has, how many hits.
I have great memories of my years in Edmonton and the players who were my teammates.
I went on and was still able to play some good hockey.
Nobody’s a natural. You work hard to get good and then work to get better. It’s hard to stay on top.