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02-27-2011, 10:09 AM
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to be fair, it was indeed a fluke goal.

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It was, but they didn't defend it well and they didn't do everything they needed to in the third period in general. They were undisciplined (both penalties were obvious and dumb), struggled a bit once the Stars got set up and didn't great that many great chances of their own until the final few minutes.

And honestly, it was flukey but bad goalkeeping on top of it. Rinne was way deep and, as Razor said, let the puck play him. That's a recipe for bad bounces going through you.

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It was, but they didn't defend it well and they didn't do everything they needed to in the third period in general. They were undisciplined (both penalties were obvious and dumb), struggled a bit once the Stars got set up and didn't great that many great chances of their own until the final few minutes.

And honestly, it was flukey but bad goalkeeping on top of it. Rinne was way deep and, as Razor said, let the puck play him. That's a recipe for bad bounces going through you.
whats the optimum way to play a fluttering wrister from the boards at the blueline?

the fluke of the play was that rinne played it poorly

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02-27-2011, 10:56 AM
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Not to be so deep in your net to begin with.

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Eh... I wouldn't call it a fluke. A fluke goal is like the one that went off the glass and bounced in on Huet. When your own defenseman decides to deflect it past you... that's just self-inflicted damage.

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Eh... I wouldn't call it a fluke. A fluke goal is like the one that went off the glass and bounced in on Huet
Which Razor went crazy on Huet for playing it terribly as well.

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Eh... I wouldn't call it a fluke. A fluke goal is like the one that went off the glass and bounced in on Huet. When your own defenseman decides to deflect it past you... that's just self-inflicted damage.
if your own defensemen deflects it past you it's a fluke.

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But as a goalie (like myself) they teach you to be ready as soon as they enter the blue line for anything and challenge the shooter and IMO Rinne didn't do either of those. Also the deflection wasn't one where it went in the complete opposite direction. It just went more to the right, and if Rinne was not deep in his crease hd could have stopped it easily.

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I wouldn't call it a fluke, since Goligoski got the shot off and put it on net. I'm assuming he was trying to shoot it low and generate a rebound for the crashing forward. That's the only option he had at that point.

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