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07-13-2013, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by NAF View Post
Given your many, many anti-Dubnyk postings, I suspect this is probably a typo, but it's refreshing to see you finally get something right, if only by accident.
Of course it was a typo. :p

Originally Posted by blackwater View Post
Fair enough, I do agree that his rebound control needs some work, but I just don't think the oilers should be giving up on dubnyk just yet. He's still relatively young and inexpensive for a starter let's see how he performs with even an average D corps in front of him first. Dubnyk has earned that right in my opinion
He has earned the right to enter camp as the number one, but if Labarbera outworks him in camp and earns the number one job so be it. Not putting a lot of hope in that happening.

The D has the potential to be average this year. It will come down to a combination of Eakins' reputation for fostering talent combined with hopefully a surprise or two in camp.

Originally Posted by bucks_oil View Post
Interesting parallel! I can sorta see it. But Salo was a very solid goaltender who we all witnessed lose his mental game (due it was speculated to losing his off ice mojo).
It seemed like the goal that trickled off his mask and over the back in the Olympics crushed him. A little insight into Salo off-ice. He used to come in and play blackjack at the casino downtown. He was always quiet, but friendly before those Olympics. Afterwards it was like he was Pigpen. Still quiet and polite, but it was like he had a cloud of bad vibes hanging over his head and he was just in a funk.

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