There is no question that Craig Anderson is still a starting goaltender in the NHL, but his statistical drop off from last season to this season is enough to raise some eyebrows. He was tremendous in 2013, despite playing in only 24 games in the lockout-shortened season. He lead the entire league with a .941 save percentage, and had a sparkling goals against average of 1.69. It may have been a bit of an anomaly, though. This year his numbers have come back down and have dropped well below his career average, and the league average. Consistency has always...Read More
Author: Greg Balloch
Allen York had to adjust to a bigger ice surface on short notice at the Spengler Cup. He shares his thoughts on some of the changes Olympic goalies will face when they switch to international ice for the 2014 Sochi Olympics.Read More
It’s easy to blame the Winnipeg Jets lacklustre 2013-2014 campaign so far on their goaltending. More specifically Ondrej Pavelec, who has struggled mightily at times.
Author Greg Balloch asks the question: is Ondrej Pavelec fixable? And if so, what can he work on to salvage his season?Read More
Is Henrik Lundqvist really worth $59 million? Who really deserves credit for Carey Price’s play? What can Canadian goalies learn from the Swedes? All the answers are in the return of the InGoal Roundup.Read More
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