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09-03-2011, 07:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Lafleurs Guy View Post
I completely disagree. He had a .918 save percentage last year. That's very good. He just wound up getting stuck behind a goalie who had the best statistical season of the modern era.

The Bruins could deal off Thomas, get even stronger in other areas and still have a great goalie for years to come. Admittedly though, that would take balls of steel after the year he just had.
Rask would fold with the pressure of being a number 1 guy.....2 seasons ago, he took the job from Thomas, and folded in the playoffs, and then when expected to play well last year, he was brutal and Thomas took the job back....I would have more faith in alot of other backups, before Rask, just my .02 cents...

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