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05-10-2006, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Nash13
This is where i see the major difference between Theo and his hart/vezina year. The difference is the win. He gave up weak goals in the past, but used to shut it down from there on. He can still make spectacular saves but he isn't making that "next save" if you get my point.

The goal was a tough one, it was deflected i think twice, but it went between his legs on the ice, right where his stick should be. Wouldn't blame him, that belongs to Breezy, but a goal you never wanna see.
I agree. The old Theo would have not let in a soft goal with the game on the line.

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05-10-2006, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Smail
Breakaways are overrated. Stats show they're stopped two times out of three (they're successfull 1/3 only)...
May be true but Theo is so bad at that, that I don't believe those stats applies to him. If he doesn't have the greatest of technique, he's so small so there's openings everywhere.

So I do believe that for him, it's a big deal and he beats not the odds, but HIS odds...

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