"I can feel we are playing with urgency and that we are together as a team," said The King, who improved his career record against Martin Brodeur to an astonishing 17-4-5.
"It's easy to question your game when you're not winning. But when you are winning by sticking together, it makes it so much easier to believe.
"Success breeds more success."
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