"When guys have good looks from good spots, I want them to cash in on them, and that's the way our offense works," he said. "It's not tailored to just getting Andrew or Spencer or Joe their shots. Everybody's got an opportunity. … Spreading the offense is always great, because then everybody gets a piece of the action, and it's tough to defend against that. I think that's a good thing for our team, but at the end of the day, if we're putting in a high offensive efficiency rate where we're capitalizing on a lot of our possessions, that's the biggest thing. I don't care if it's one guy having seven goals. It's making the most of the opportunities, and I think we have the offensive personnel that can do that."