"We worked our way back in it in the second half. Pat [Onstad] made some good saves to keep us close. Then we created a silly foul, and we don’t have the smarts enough to realize that one guy is shooting. So we’re disappointed with the result, and sometimes the way you lose makes it even worse."
"It’s Wednesday, we just lost a tough game here. I think we’ll let this one sink in, and then we’ll start thinking about Los Angeles. The next game after something like this is important."
"Just a lack of concentration, a lack of confidence, I think. I think as a team, we’re kind of unsure about ourselves right now, and you saw that at the end of the game. I think two years ago, we close that game out pretty easily. You look at the way this year is going, we’re making mistakes because of a lack of confidence. I think after we scored our goal, we took our foot off the gas and were unsure. They’re the home team, and they took it to us. Disappointing, extremely. But hats off to Juan Pablo [Angel] for putting a great ball into the back of the net.""I think in the first half, we really didn’t come out and perform, but in the second half we turned things around. [It felt] a little unfair, but you make your own luck, and right now we’re not helping ourselves. We have an extremely difficult game coming up, pretty much our third game of this week against a team in the league that’s only given up two goals. If we go into the game the same way, we’re in for a rude awakening. So it’s our job to step up and be men and start taking accountability for our actions and start playing like men."