Can't sum it up much better than that. That was coach Dave Tippett's assessment before he tried to shift discussion back to his team and away from the whole Sean Avery debacle. The players were basically echoing the same sentiment: Enough of him.
Marty Turco on others apologizing for Avery: "I'm pretty sure he didn’t write his own apology. It didn’t sound like him at all."
On looking ahead: "My main concern is winning now and winning in the future. It's about how we put our efforts into being as good as we can be."
On Hull saying he'll listen to players' opinions on Avery: "I'm pretty sure Brett knows how we feel, and that was long before a week ago."
One more on Avery: "I could personally forgive someone for a few mistakes, but all of it goes a lot deeper than that."
Mike Modano on Avery's six-game suspension being possibly based on past history: "If it’s a history, it probably would’ve been more. It's hard to say. That’s how he feels he has to play, always on the edge, and on the ice no one has an issue with that. But when it becomes public and off-ice situations, you have a problem with it."
On ending the discussion: "We've washed our hands of the situation and we're not going to talk about it after today... (not talking anymore) after 11:15," said Modano as the clock showed 11:10.