Why do our backups consistently have better records?
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02-27-2013, 08:39 AM
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: UF & Boca Raton
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I don't think the issue is tracking pucks; he doesn't challenge the shooter enough when they're 30 feet out. He don't leave the paint far out enough. His asset is agility, but because of his diminutive size, he needs to be 3 feet out of the paint to cover the net form 30 feet. And stay big longer.
I can tell how clemmer can be on any given night depending how much he is moving. When he is bad it seems like he is jumping around all over the place and making saves in awkward positions.
When he is on his game he stands tall in net and doesnt jump around nearly as much.
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