At the 1974 Stanley Cup Finals: Win today and we walk together forever.
We know that hockey is where we live, where we can best meet and overcome pain and wrong and death. Life is just a place where we spend time between games.
On coaching the 1970s Philadelphia Flyers: Nobody likes us. Nobody outside Philadelphia, that is. In fact, the nicest thing people say about us is that we are a bunch of muggers.
Win now, and we'll walk together forever.
Arrive at the net with the puck and in ill humor.
When you have bacon and eggs for breakfast, the chicken makes a contribution, the pig makes a commitment.
A man with a dream of pleasure can go forth and conquer a crowd and three. With a new song's measure can trample a kingdom down.
I'm like a duck: calm above the water, and paddling like hell underneath.
I don't live in the fast lane I live on the off ramp.
I swear I have never told a player to attack another player. In fact, I have told my players if they ever hear me saying something like this, they can break a stick over my skull. I ask only that they play aggressively.