we had a very very very bad team (finished dead last in the league) but he gave us some hope and we had some better times after he came with the team
dont put too much trust into those stats
he might not be a great goalie but he's certainly good and certainly has some potential
This. I always liked him when he was playing for Saguenéens, but did not follow him much after the trade to Rouyn. But, as a prospect, I can hardly see him being signed even though he is an interesting player to develop. I see him being an ECHL/AHL netminder, he's too small for NHL IMO
A lot of times these are the sleeper goalies, as they play on bad teams and have bad stats. But, they get way more development than the goalies on the stacked teams as they see more rubber and more play in their own zone, putting them ahead of the curve in learning, but hurting them statistically.
In addition to Dodero, the Wolves have three other returning defencemen with NHL connections — Justin Sefton is drafted by the San Jose Sharks, Frank Corrado is drafted by the Vancouver Canucks, and Josh McFadden has been invited to the Montreal Canadiens main camp.
I hope we keep McFadden, could turn into a decent player. I mean he was 1st in scoring and beat out Marcus Foligno who I think will turn into a great NHL player.
You seriously think Marcus Foligno will turn into a great NHLer?
He's not even a lock to make the NHL let alone be an NHL great. He projects as a 3rd liner, if everything goes well he could be a Lucic type who brings a physical element and can can play top 6 with skilled linemates and occasionally pot 20.