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04-12-2010, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by nyr2k2 View Post
I think the "soft goals" vs. "good goals" argument is pretty weak. At the end of the day, a goal is a goal, they all count the same. At the end of the day, your SV% is what it is, and his was better than ever.

His soft goals didn't cost us anymore games than usual, and he stole the same or more games as usual. I think you can make the argument that it was his best, being that he was largely consistent start to finish.
well i guess we disagree in general, and on the bolded

i don't think its bad to want/expect players to play up to thier capacity...i feel similiar frustration towards Dubinksky when he plays a great game and then disapears for a week or two

or when Gaborik shots to the far side of a wide open net and doesn't score

its frustrating to see him let in weak stoppable goals....and this year i feel I saw more of those than in previous years, on a team that desperately needed to see LESS

i feel like a must ad the disclaimer that i think he had a GOOD year, just not his best, and I am not blaming anything on please don't everyone go ballistic on me

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