Feb 8, 2013, 1:10 PM EDT
“We’re just looking for him to regain some of the pep in his step and the pep in his game,” Dallas coach Glen Gulutzan told Stars Inside Edge. “We want him to help us on the power play. We want him to take charge out there, which he is capable of doing.”
Goligoski is Dallas’ highest-paid defenseman and was leading all skaters in time on ice prior to Wednesday’s demotion, and said news of being a healthy scratch stunned him.
“Initially it was a slap, then you cool down a little bit and realize some things and take positives out of it,” said Goligoski. “There’s definitely another level of my game that I really haven’t gotten to yet.
“I’ve just got to keep working out there, find it and just go play.”
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