Bobrovsky baptism of fire, give it to him Now!
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09-23-2010, 05:08 PM
Join Date: Jun 2009
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I want to see how well bob can play when he isn't getting peppered with shots all night, and only has to face 15-20 shots. Some goaltenders can't adjust to playing a slow game. Some need to face shots constantly to be good.
Honestly, he looked solid enough in coming off of the bench and getting hit with a handful of shots sporadically that I don't really think it'll be an issue for him. Or at least, not as big of an issue as it can be for others...virtually every goalie will play better if they get into a rhythm with a good amount of shots. Except maybe Leighton.
The good thing about him is that he's very active moving through the crease and getting out to play the puck a little, even if it's just touching it down for the D. Both of those things usually make it easier to feel 'in the game' when you're not getting a lot of shots.
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