Goalie controversy - Winter Classic edition
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12-30-2011, 04:20 PM
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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I sense that too much inference is being drawn from recent events.
Bob was two pipes and a Jagr stick-lift away from a deflating loss last night. He got breaks that Bryz didn't get against Tampa and New York. To me, those results do not indicate a vast difference in their recent play. Logic indicates that you stick with your #1 goalie for the Winter Classic.
You're right... Bryzgalov hasn't benefited from a single good defensive play this year.
And nobody has hit the post against Bryzgalov either. This surely hasn't happened this season.
EDIT: What's that you say? Bob has a .935 save percentage in 5 December games?!? And a .927 save percentage in his last 10 games?!? It's all luck... we need to stay the course with Bryzgalov. And if he collapses horribly in an epic meltdown, we need to all remember that the universe is so humongous big. And our planet is very tiny. And losing one game against the Rangers on a national stage is no big deal in the grand scheme of the universe. Don't worry, be happy.
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