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10-27-2003, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by SmokeyClause
Vokoun didn't play bad against either Atlanto or Colorado. The Kovalchuk shots were unsaveable. Kovalchuk makes the net a couple of inches wider because he can use the posts to score. Most players can't. No one saves either of Kovalchuk's shots unless they cheated badly to their left. And then, Kovalchuk would just go backhand and put it glove side on Vokie.

The goals in Colorado, atleast the two I had a great angle on, were not going to be saved either. Hejduk is a sniper and has a wonderful shot. Gloveside high is hard to save when it's shot right. He shot them right. I don't think Vokoun played particulary poor in either. Would it have been nice if he would have saved Hammy's bacon against Atl? Yes, would it have been nice if he would have stoned Hejduk? Yes, but to expect him to do it is not really fair.
That wrap around in the Atlanta game was a joke, as was Forsberg's goal, take away both goals and what happens.

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