Stanley Cup Champion Nazem Kadori says he is Avalanche's "responsibility" after winningColorado 2-1 Game 6. I counterattacked the hater I believed in. Sunday.
"I love you. Kadori hurriedly told the sportsnet about a loyal fan from his native Canada." I'm in my corner from day one. There were supporters and it didn't shake. For everyone who thought I was responsible in the playoffs, you can kiss my ass. "
Kadori pondered how he ended up afterbreaking his hand at the Western Conference Final with the Edmonton Oilers.
"Riding such a roller coaster emotionally," he recalled. "Obviously I broke my hand and I think it's over. I'm back, I couldn't even tie my skates, so I tied my skates before every match Appeared on the train. Because it's love anyway. Because it's love anyway. "
Kadori's father said it belonged to his son, the focus and determination to help the avalanche star survive a hand injury.
"The injury in that hand was really terrible."Samkadori said after Game 6. "That is, to be honest with you, I didn't expect him to come back, so we are blessed. And I thank God. Thank you."
Prior to games 4, 5 and 6 of the Cup Final, Kadori put his injured hand in a bandaged bandage and put it inspecial glovesfor added protection.
"It was terrible. It was terrible. I felt it every shift, but it was hard," Kadori said. "I changed the 6-week (recovery) timeline to 2 weeks. Great medical staff helped me along the way. I couldn't even skate before the match. I couldn't even skate before each match. I had my medical trainer tie my skates, so what a war, but nothing prevented me from being here. "
Kadori described Avalanche's victory as a "perfect picture." The first Stanley Cup in his career.
"Still, it really feels like a dream. It feels better than I expected." "This is a great moment. The fashion we did, the adversity we faced, the perfect photo. This is incredible."
The 31-year-old center gives Colorado the 3-1 Series advantage. To give, had an important game-winning overtime goalforin Game 4 .
Kadori is his former Maple Leafs teammate "Touch" throughout the postseason.
"They are still my friends. They will be my lifelong friends. And you know, I hope the same for them," Kadori said. Told.
Kadori, who shot two shots in Sunday's match, scored 15 points (7 goals, 8 assists) in 15 games this postseason.