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11-22-2010, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by pelts35.com View Post
Sorry if someone posted this already, but I was away all weekend and didn't see it anywhere here

http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/f...t_tonight.html

"Laviolette said last Thursday that he was not concerned with Bobrovsky’s fatigue level, despite the fact that the 22-year-old rookie told a Russian-language news outlet that he was tired. Bobrovsky made 12 straight starts before Saturday"


How can Lavi not be concerned if Bobrovsky has stated that he's tired?
This was said during the broadcast.

Bobrovsky said to Russian reporters that he was tired, presumably right after his last win.

Bobrovsky then told Laviolette that he wasn't feeling fatigue at all in the next meeting apparently.

As far as you can tell based on that game, goaltending was a disaster for everyone. Not sure why, but it seemed like one of those nights. Bob could've been tired, but it's also possible that he wasn't.

Then he came out the next practice (again according to the broadcast) and had a great morning at practice. They still gave Boucher the nod.

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