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04-17-2012, 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by WeThreeKings View Post
I just watched him in the last two games in Halifax. When the game is on the line, yes, he's focused, concentrated and makes the big save when needed. But most of the goals scored on him while I was there, were errors in focus, concentration or rebound control. Quebec made it a point to send dump-ins on net because he was having trouble controlling them and smothering them. The goals, for the most part, were saveable shots from bad angles in quiet areas where you could tell he wasn't zeroed in on the play.

And let me reiterate. Focus and concentration is a trouble area for most young goaltenders. Hell, Price is still struggling with it in the NHL.
I disagree, he is focused a lot on the play...like any goalie sometimes you might think something different and let in a bad goal....Price always has moments of brainfarts...plus Roy's game plan is to just get the puck on the net, dump it into the net, when in trouble send it to the net.

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