Why Bryzgalov Can Be Traded
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02-19-2012, 11:54 AM
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Lumberton, NJ
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I remember how much people were wanting him this off season. A good system can make a goalie and a bad one can break a goalie. He is a goalie that needs to be confident to be great, and
clearly he isn't confident playing behind a team that lets up that many good chances against him.
We have a team that's among the contenders in the league in terms of not giving up many good opportunities.
People sniping from outside the dots and not even hitting top shelf when there is no screen does NOT qualify as a "scoring chance."
I'm starting to get bored with the people blaming the defense and the system like this defense and system never worked before. Bryzgalov is as bad as Leighton and without Pronger, Richards, and Carter to cushion him, Leighton/Bryzgalov becomes a sieve.
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