Habs vs. Bruins - GAME 4 After Game
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04-14-2004, 12:29 AM
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I also thought Theo was hot tonight. The goals Raycroft let in were worse than Theo's, and still Rayzor played really well, keeping the Habs from a sure victory (our D was tired tonight).
How were they worse? Ribeiro's deflection was hardly stoppable, Kovalev's goal was on a rebound and Ribeiro's 2nd goal was on a close-in deke where he was patient finally getting it right in the post. I don't really see a "weak" goal there.
On the other hand, Theo's first goal allowed was from a weak shot that Theo deflected himself in the net, 2nd goal allowed was from an undeflected shot from the blue line (40 ft away?). Murray's goal wasn't weak, but after Raycroft stoned Habs for several shots of equal quality during overtime, Theodore was misplaced in the net and let a big hole for Murray to shoot in (but still not weak, it was a breakaway...).
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