"I think that's something we've always tried to do," coach Charley Toomey said Wednesday. "We have a term around here called 'spiking,' and that means you pick a ground ball up and you move it two passes, and a lot of times after you move a ball two or three times, you're going to get the defense to work. What we have found this year is when we get the ball down to Pat and he's got the ball in his stick, our guys have learned how to play with Pat. They move off the ball, and they kind of put themselves in spots where Pat can get the ball. It's a formula that's been working. As a coach, I don't think I've been part of a program where if they were 16 goals scored, all 16 goals were assisted. That's pretty impressive."