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05-08-2013, 05:59 PM
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Bobrovsky looked like he had some talent and a future his first year 2010-11; 28 wins,13 losses in 54 games but like Richards and Carter and perhaps JVR later, Laviolette and management lost confidence in him and looked at supposedly greener grass over the hill. Even if he doesn't win the Vezina, my guess is he's going to be around a long time and play a significant role with whatever team he plays with during his career. Reminds me a bit of Nikolai Khabibulin, who came in relatively unheralded with the old Winnipeg Jets in 1994-95and ended up playing for some good teams and some not so good teams winning a Stanley Cup and 2 Olympic gold medals. Bobrovsky may do better but I'm damn sure Bryzgalov won't.

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