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01-13-2013, 12:01 PM
Join Date: Jan 2011
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I don't know about anyone else, but I'm glad Stolarz left the NCAA and is now playing in London. He's going to get into a lot of games and
he's going to get the playing time he needs
as well as the coaching to be a dominant goaltender.
In terms of his few two games, I have no problem with the first game in which he gave up five goals. The game was a blow out, but more important, London coaches got to see what is good about Stolarz's game and what needs to be fixed. Playing every fifth or sixth game in the NCAA wasn't going to fix what Stolarz needs to work on.
I'm looking forward to seeing Stolarz play, especially once he gets his new pads and he gets a chance to get some much needed coaching and playing time.
Agreed, this is key. Just not enough in college for a goaltender, especially when not starting regularly.
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