There was a lot of clips to work with in that game, in fact. Greaves stopped 46 of 49 shots in a 4-2 loss in Toronto at Scotiabank Arena, where he grew up cheering for the Maple Leafs.
Greaves’ Pro Reads debut comes against on a 3-on-2 rush, and while it’s a play he’d prefer to have handled a bit differently, the 22-year-old, undrafted, second-year pro was still willing to break it down in this hopes his analysis helps other young goalies.
This is a rush chance, so the pace of the attack becomes a major factor, so let’s go to the video of the save sequence now. See how early you can identify the most dangerous threat:
THE PRO READ
Now let’s hear from Greaves on what he saw off the rush and some of the things he liked — and didn’t like — about the way he managed it in terms of his movements.
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