Gordon Bombay: Concentration, not strength.
Les Averman: Like the Karate Kid, right? Wax on! Wax off.
Connie Moreau: Just shut up and try it, Averman.
Gordon Bombay: A team isn't a bunch of kids out to win. A team is something you belong to, something you feel, something you have to earn.
Gordon Bombay: You may make it. You may not, but that doesn't matter, Charlie. What matters is that we're here. Look around. Who ever thought we'd make it this far. 1, 2, 3. Triple Deke. Take your best shot. I believe in you, Charlie. Win or lose.
Charlie Conway: Thanks, Coach.
Gordon Bombay: Go get 'em.
Gordon Bombay: You think losing is funny?
Les Averman: Well, not at first, but once you get the hang of it.
Jesse: We're the ones out there gettin' our butts kicked.
Terry Hall: Yeah, it's not like you coach us or anything. At least we tried.
Coach Reilly: Why'd you turn against me, Gordon? For six years, I taught you how to skate, I taught you how to score, I taught you how to go for the "W." You could have been one of the greats! And now look at yourself. You're not even a has-been. You're a never-was.
Charlie Conway: You know, she has many fine qualities that men find attractive.
Gordon Bombay: I'm aware, Charlie. That fact has not escaped me.
Trivia: When Coach Bombay is talking to the old store owner guy while he sharpens a skate and whatnot, there is a picture of Mike Modano hanging up behind them. Modano was the Minnesota North Star's first overall pick in the 1988 entry draft. He even stayed with them when they moved to Dallas in 1993.