It was a banner year for the Stanley.
A banner season for the NHL.
The playoffs were on, and the Cup was on the line.
It was the most important game of our generation, and that’s exactly what it was.
The Cup has never been played the way it was played, and I think it was a good thing.
It made us look good, because now we can do what we’ve always done, which is compete for a championship.
The Stanley Cup will be there for a long time.
I think the Cup will continue to be there forever.
But we’ve got to start taking care of our players.
That’s what I’m here to do.
I’ll be here to coach the Stanley, to do whatever it takes to win a Stanley Cup, and it will never happen again.
And I’ll continue to have the Cup for as long as it’s possible.
That means I’ve got a lot of fun.
You know, I have fun playing the game.
I’ve always enjoyed the challenge of being a coach.
It’s what got me to where I am now.
It takes a special kind of person to win the Stanley and have it be the culmination of what you’ve been working so hard to achieve.
It doesn’t happen by accident.
It took a special type of person.
And that’s what this organization is built around.
So I’m excited to get back and coach the players.
I’m happy that the organization and the fans are excited for us again.