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05-10-2013, 03:14 AM
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Originally Posted by SJeasy View Post
Watch Nabby's feet when he gets up from a split. Check to see if he is only using one leg on which to get upright. He was onesided with the Sharks. A small fault, but a fault nonetheless. It's another cause of fivehole.
See, I've noticed that too after someone pointed it out to me. The context was that Nabby was a very "economical" goalie who saved a lot of energy in how he recovered from the butterfly. A comparison was made to Kipper. Having never played goalie I can't speak much on this but it made some sense.

Also, during his time with the Sharks Nabby never lost a playoff series in which the Sharks scored at LEAST 2 goals/game which is damn good. It's a very familiar problem for the Sharks: Run up against a good playoff team who can shut down your top line, and the offense dries up.

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