After the game on Friday, St. Louis said that scoring that goal gave him a "second wind" and that even when you don't score you still need to play at both ends of the rink. He said "sometimes you get rewarded, and tonight I did." (NHL.com)
St. Louis said on Saturday that he started to lose a bit of confidence during his scoreless streak and was pressing "for sure." (ASAP Sports)
He added, "when you score, you definitely gain confidence from it and you're I'm hoping that I can play with a lot more confidence from that. But at the end of the day you're trying to win games. Some games are just opportunities for you to score, some games there isn't. You're trying to make the best of it when there is." (ASAP Sports)
Joe Micheletti said on NBCSN that St. Louis could "finally breath" again after scoring his first goal of the playoffs.