Laurent Brossoit is a big part of the Winnipeg Jets current streak of 12-straight games with a point that has them atop the NHL standings, as well as a franchise record run of 29 consecutive games without giving up more than three goals, which is second in the modern era.
For all the justified focus on No. 1 Connor Hellebuyck, including our last Pro Reads, during both streaks, Brossoit has won all three starts during the streak while posting a .946 save percentage, and his +4.2 SV% differential (in other words, how much he has outperformed the average or expected SV% based on shot quality) since Dec. 1 is third in the entire NHL.
Brossoit, who is back in Winnipeg after winning the Stanley Cup with the Vegas Golden Knights last season, sat down with InGoal shortly after his day with the Cup to review saves from his last season, and was excellent with his details and insights in his first three Pro Reads.
This time Brossoit is facing a power play set up against the Seattle Kraken:
What other options are you considering as he begins to attack, and what factors about those options would you have tried to make a note of when the Seattle power play first set up?
Looking at it from behind the net, does anything change?
What do you make of Brossoit’s positioning?
Now watch the entire sequence in real time and ask yourself the same questions:
What do you like about his push across? Is there anything you don’t?
THE PRO READ
Now Brossoit will tell us what he liked — and didn’t — about how he handled a tough play:
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