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01-17-2013, 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted by CoopALoop View Post
I'm sure it would put any "good" goalie you've come across to shame.

It's actually tougher for myself to read the lower level guys. You can never really get a good read on where they're trying to shoot the puck, (like it goes where they aim), they hold on to the puck for far to long and I easily over estimate the power/arc of their shot.

It's odd, but I do better against guys who are better, and do worse against low level guys.

It's probably the most frustrating thing for me as a goalie.

I've heard that from just about every goalie I've ever played with. The other thing I've quite a bit from goalies is that it can be harder to maintain focus when the game is so much slower and then bam... shot!

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