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01-25-2013, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by DirtyDion03 View Post
Couldn't agree more. I think it shows just how much we need a good goaltender with very little weaknesses.
Makes you wonder what's wrong with these athletes and their approach to preparation when they have these fatal, obvious flaws that they can't work on outside of the game environment. How hard would it be for Reimer to learn to catch a puck instead of scrunching up his shoulder and looking surprised or to lay the blade of his stick flat on the ice? Or Ben Scrivens to learn to hold a glove and close his legs?

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