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Author: Cat Silverman

Robin Lehner day-to-day with hip injury for Sabres

Through the first two months of the 2016-17 season, Buffalo Sabres starting netminder Robin Lehner had been off to a great start. The 6 foot 5 giant, who reported to dropping from about 250 lbs to around 235 lbs over the summer, used his newfound build to ease some of the burden on his body in net. Add that to an adjustment in his movements – he reported to InGoal earlier in the year that he’s worked on more conservative motions and depth – and things were looking bright. “Just moving less, smaller movements, a lot more small shuffles,”...

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Hard not to love these Adam Henrique-inspired ‘Pads of Seduction’

At the start of the 2016-17 season, New Jersey Devils goaltender outsourced his new pad design to his fans – and one fan in particular really stepped up to the plate: . @NJDevils I call them “The Pads of Seduction” inspired by @steviegio11! I hope you like them @Blockaid1 — Adam Henrique (@AdamHenrique) August 18, 2016 Teammate Adam Henrique, known for his good-natured (but merciless) teasing of former teammate Steven Gionta, designed something new and somewhat horrifying for Kinkaid. Inspired by the iconic ‘Art of Seduction’ painting depicting Seinfeld’s George Costanza draped on a velvet chaise, the pads...

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Hellebuyck Trying Not ‘To Do Too Much’ As Jets No.1

When InGoal talked to Winnipeg Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck last season about his uniquely low glove hand positioning, he was a recently-recalled prospect with the Central Division club. Fast forward one year and Hellebuyck caught up with InGoal again, shortly after recording Winnipeg’s second-ever road regulation victory against the Arizona Coyotes. He was cool and collected during the win, keeping the team in the game during a poor first period and then failing to let the game slip away in the ensuing 40 minutes. He certainly didn’t look like a newly-minted No. 1, trying too hard to do too much. Despite looking like a...

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Eddie Lack’s concussion fine with a white-hot Ward

The Carolina Hurricanes have lost goaltender Eddie Lack to concussion. The backup, who has been struggling with his numbers this season in sporadic starts, went down with the head injury during practice while working on dump-ins. InGoal learned he hit his head during a scramble back to re-corral the puck; now, he’s on injured reserve and doesn’t have a clear timetable for return. For the Hurricanes, that could have been devastating news. The former Vancouver Canucks number two has the capability to serve as a 1B instead of just an occasional backup – and if that’s how the fall...

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Injury for Flyers’ Neuvirth gives Stolarz an NHL look

Last season, Philadelphia Flyers prospect goaltender Anthony Stolarz spent some time at the end of the year up with the NHL club, to stand in for injuries. At the time, he got a chance to speak to InGoal about being up with the big club, even without ice time during actual games. “Even just [being up] to experience the games, practice with the NHL players, watch and learn, it’s an incredible experience.” Would he have loved to play? “Sure,” he admitted. “But for now I’m just here if they need me, and I’ll be ready when that time comes.”...

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