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Author: Cat Silverman

Josh Robinson: Talking to ECHL Goaltender of the Year

Michigan native Josh Robinson didn’t have the season he wanted in 2014-15, so he set a goal for his last off-season: to improve his game as much as he could and enter this season with a fresh outlook. In other words, he wanted to be the best. He worked with his goaltending coach from the Missouri Mavericks, Clint Elberts, who had moved back to Minnesota. He also worked with Dave Rogalski, who he knew from years of coaching and development, keeping in contact with both and fixing the parts of his game he wasn’t happy with. And he took another step in his...

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Anaheim’s Andersen Resumes Starting Role in Playoffs

The Anaheim Ducks started out their postseason using perennial rookie netminder John Gibson to face the Nashville Predators, but after two games – and an assertion from head coach Bruce Boudreau that Gibson has just been “okay” in the two consecutive dropped games by the club – they’re switching back to Frederik Andersen. At least the switch doesn’t come as a surprise to Andersen, In addition to Boudreau’s history of goaltending flip-flops in Anaheim and with the Washington Capitals, he said going into the playoffs he might use both his goalies. “Yeah, at some point I’m going to play...

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Pekka Rinne pays tribute to Nashville with new mask

Finnish goaltender Pekka Rinne is no stranger to masks created by Swedish artist David Gunnarsson; he’s worn them for years. Traditionally, though, Rinne’s mask has focused on the Predators portion of the team name. Gorgeous designs with fierce, sabre-toothed cats and fiery monsters have long graced the planes of Rinne’s masks over the years. Now, though, he and Gunnarsson have made a bit of a shift; on his new mask, the focus is instead on Nashville as a city. Per Gunnarsson, the design is part of a new series he’s been working on, with easily identifiable team-related designs in...

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Lundqvist Injury Puts ‘Illegal’ Cat Eye In Spotlight

During Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday, goaltender Henrik Lundqvist – widely considered one of New York’s most valuable weapons – left the game after just one period of play due to an eye injury sustained when teammate Marc Staal poked him through the cage of his mask with a stick blade. Whether Lundqvist will be able to play Game 2 on Saturday is questionable, though the fact he practiced Friday is encouraging. He had swelling around the eye and was seeing a specialist on Thursday, but...

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CCM Unveiled Carey Price's setup for the 2017-18 season today and InGoal has the story after getting a sneak peak earlier from Price. See InGoalMag.com today.

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