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10-16-2012, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by notloilersfan View Post
Are you kidding me? When I was goaltender nothing was more frustrating than not being able to see the puck. You have to change your balance to find a view and that's how goals that LOOK bad go in.
I played hockey at a high level for 9 years. I will tell you that even strength yes, screening is the best thing you can do in front of the net.

But on a PP.. Have you ever had a man stand RIGHT behind your peripherals? I know I have scored on many a goalie on the PP in that exact spot Hall chooses. It definitely ****s with goalies because they are cheating to cover you and always looking back thinking "where is this *******?"

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