"I've seen it in the past, you are riding one goaltender and then you start riding the other goaltender, so hopefully that's what we'll be seeing. We're going to need it."
"He's had a great attitude, a great work ethic and has looked really good in practice. He took a lot of pressure off his shoulders, so he's in a good state."
"Everyone looks at the numbers, and you can read the numbers whatever way you want. When I was in Minny, I was below .500 but my goals-against average was under 2.00 and save percentage was .930. So I've seen other guys who had numbers like mine and have 18 wins and two losses. Numbers are there, obviously, for a reason, but … I don't put too much stock into them. You just focus on trying to help your team win, and that's the bottom line."
"I've just worked on stuff that I needed to work on, making sure I'm moving well and square to the puck all the time. Hopefully the rest is a good thing for coming down the stretch.''
LET'S GO BOLTS!
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Last edited by TheDaysOf 04: 01-05-2012 at 10:14 AM.
If he had <2.00gaa and .930% we'd be #3 in the Conference and the Panthers would be trying to catch us. For the most part he's right about numbers, the timing of the softies is the biggest issue I have with both of our goalies. They wait for the most inopportune times to let the Soul Crushing Softies in.
"I don't want to downplay their effort, but we've been horrible against everybody," said Bolts head coach Guy Boucher. "Sometimes I feel we could have four orange cones against us on the road and we still wouldn't get a shot off. We could certainly do better against anybody no matter what they do."