"I think we need a repeat performance from our defense to let Jacob be the goalie that he can be," Toomey said. "I thought on Friday night, our guys battled, and when you're battling, it can get the goalie going. When there's a breakdown all of a sudden, the goalie is there to step up and close the door. Jacob showed us the guy we knew he could be and knew that he is. But it starts with the guys in front of him. You've got to play good, solid defense, you've got to give your goalie a chance to get his feet under him and to see some outside shots."