Discussion: Should Tampa Bay Re-Address Their Goaltending?
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03-15-2013, 12:32 PM
Join Date: Sep 2012
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The "something" that isn't clicking is goaltending. There is no team in the league that can win consistently with a goalie that puts up a save% less than 0.900.
Put any goalie that can put up a 0.915 there consistently and you guys would be winning the division and things would be looking great
- like they were at the start of the season.
For those saying Tampa has a bright future, I disagree. MSL is the engine that drives things and he's not getting any younger. Stamkos is a great player but can't get it done on his own.
Our backup has a .912 % and has a record of 2-7-0, sorry but our problem isn't goaltending. And please watch Tampa games, Lindbäck plays pretty good.
For the bright future thing:
We have one of the top goalie prospects in the game, we have an AHL team that is in the hunt for a second Calder Cup in a row, we have top talent at every position, not to mention the abundance of top6, NHL-ready forwards. The only thing our prospect pool is missing is a legit top pairing D prospect. But Korobov, Barberio and Gudas have all top4 potential for sure.
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