His work ethic is outstanding. In this interview, as many have noted, you get a glimpse of just how serious this kid is. He works like he has a chip on his shoulder; like he was the last to be picked and wants to prove to everyone that he can be the best.
"I trained for the season with the team, getting ready to play. This is why when I got to know that I was going to play it wasn't for me like a bolt from the blue. But for many fans it was unexpected."
Cool Q&A, thanks for sharing. I am glad he is up and looking like a pro goalie, hopefully he sticks as an important part of the rotation. All we need is an average goaltender to prosper, someone who is not going to lose focus or allow soft ones. If he can be that AND have a chance to develop into more for the future, well, we all owe the hockey gods a fruit basket.