"I don't think that's my area, really," he said. "You just want to keep your season going. Regardless of how we've gotten to this point, we want to keep our season going and we've got a chance to do that in Game 7 and that's what we're going to do."
In 48 hours, we'll find out whether the team's belief in itself is justified or not.
Maybe it means something. Maybe it means nothing. But it was interesting that as the reporters filed out of the locker room and the Penguins' training staff gathered up the last of their gear and belongings, there was owner Mario Lemieux in the room along with Fleury and Crosby. The owner doesn't make a habit of visiting the locker room. It's not his style except in extraordinary or critical moments.
But these are, in many ways, extraordinary times for this team.