When Thomas Milic joined the InGoal Radio Podcast shortly after winning the World Junior Championships with Canada, one of the things discussed was his effective use of an Overlap save technique on sharp angle plays from above the goal line.

While there has been a lot of negative focus at the past two World Juniors on goalies getting beat short-side high while using a reverse-VH in similar situations, Milic was able to avoid the dreaded #RVHFail hashtag on social media by using a variety of post-integration techniques, including the Reverse. It felt worthy of further discussion, and Milic obliged with a video session over Zoom to review his Overlap use, which we eventually discovered was more of a purposely flattened-out version known as the Panda Post Lock he discovered at InGoal Premium.

Milic walked us through three clips, starting with this defensive zone faceoff against Sweden:

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