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08-19-2010, 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Bobsled Gainey View Post
If goaltending coaches in Montreal can control his crease aggression and angle play, while helping him to better control his rebounds, he has all the tools to be an above average goaltender in the NHL, possibly more.
His crease aggression would be somewhat ok with guys like Gill and Gorges who like to jump behind the goalie and then become the goalie.

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