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03-21-2013, 05:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Insta View Post
Yes, I know. It is Dubnyk's fault when a goal goes in and it is also Dubnyk's fault that the Oilers get lots of shots against them. He should be playing better defense and he is not good enough at keeping the puck in the offensive zone.
A good confident puck handling goalie like Roli results in likely 5-10 less shots a game. Why? because its like having another skater back there. A few times a game Roli is clearing puck, several times he's moving puck to a PMD, and often he's got rebound control or tying up loose situations so they don't become 3-4 shot close in cluster****s which Dubs is susceptible to.

A goalie can, and does, play some part in how many total shots they are seeing. A goalie like Roli brilliantly supported MINIMIZING how much the puck stayed in his own end. Dubnyk is abysmal at puck management of any kind.

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