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04-20-2013, 12:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Robb_K View Post
Both struggled because they had no pre-season to hone their game and get in their normal groove, AND, more importantly, their team's skaters were playing terribly in front of them. Elliott has been able to regain his confidence because his team is now playing really well in front of him. His overall numbers are now decent again(despite that horrendous 5-game stretch): 11-7 W/L, 2.34 GA, .906 Sv%
Elliott struggled because he was absolutely ****ing terrible, don't blame it on the team. Also Halak starts off slow every single year.

I personally hate some of these excuses. They just plain sucked, period.

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