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The Flyers use a compliance buyout on Ilya Bryzgalov's contract (updates in post #1)
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08-06-2013, 10:20 PM
Thank You Hinkie!
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I had an opportunity to read an interview on Sports.ru. Below are the snippets:
When asked about his tenure in Philadelphia: "I am not going to answer this question, since it might be translated and misinterpreted. Flyers tryed to change my game and it was very hard.
On job opportunities: "I have several offers from the NHL and KHL. I would prefer to stay in the North America and my agent has been working on it."
The coach that he is working with said: "His problems appeared because he was on the wrong way including his basic goalie stance. To my surprise, he understood quickly and started improving almost immediately, everything went well, as I hoped.
Today I had an opportunity to see his real potential, and I am confident that we will solve his problems. He is an excellent goalie and an outstanding personality."
May be there is something about Flyers goalie coach that is not conducive to develop an elite goalie? Bob unlocked his potential after he had left Flyers....
I'm not a fan of Reese ...nor McCrossin whose half-baked idea to add mass backfired in Bryz's first season. However, Bryz needs to take more responsibility. All he has done is point fingers at the press and coaching staff and at times the defense. Maybe some of it was warranted in each case but let's see if he can land a job back in the NHL and back up his squawking....
..and if he does back it up..then the Flyers better start looking in the mirror with this goalie BS..especially if Emery and Mason both don't pan out as well....
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