"We talked at halftime about not trying to make anyone be the hero," he said Monday afternoon. "Just stay the course and do what we do and chip away one goal at a time and not make any mistakes defensively like we did in the second quarter. In the second quarter, we slid upfield trying to make a big play three times and we gave them easy goals when there wasn't really any advantage and we gave them an advantage trying to make a play. We didn't do that stuff in the second half, and the only two goals we gave up in the second half were flukes. … We pretty much shut them down six-on-six for 30 minutes that allowed us to get back in the game. We did a good job of not beating ourselves."