“It was a big goal in the game, actually, so guys kind of forgot how I scored. I’m sure tomorrow if we watch video, it will be on there.”
As his stick exploded, Gaunce lost sight of the puck and figured it was still un-propelled, somewhere down at his feet. To his surprise, he discovered it had instead gone in the net, Bobrovsky frozen in place, to make it 3-1 for Vancouver at 14:31 of a four-goal period that ended the Canucks’ 0-4-1 winless streak.
“When you’re winning, it feels like you’re not going to lose,” Green said after the win. “And when you’re losing, it feels like you might not win again. That’s one of the parts we talked about before the game: ‘Let’s put one foot in front of the other. It’s a 60-minute process. If we do that we’ll be happy and at the end of the night, we should get the results.’”