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NHL Saves of the Week: November 24 – 30

NHL Saves of the Week: November 24 – 30

This week’s best saves are headlined by a shootout snare from Jaroslav Halak, some brilliant hand-eye co-ordination from Cam Ward, and a pair of goal line glove saves. You have to see them to believe them! Here are the NHL saves of the week from November 24th to 30th:

#10
Pekka Rinne – Nashville Predators

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It must be nice to have long legs like Pekka Rinne!

#9
Braden Holtby – Washington Capitals

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Some excellent work from Holtby, here. He’s in control of every movement, and makes it look so easy.

#8
Cam Ward – Carolina Hurricanes

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Regardless if this was hitting the post or going in, this is some fantastic hand-eye co-ordination from Cam Ward.

#7
Darcy Kuemper – Minnesota Wild

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Kuemper gets back to the post for a giant diving stop!

#6
Jaroslav Halak – New York Islanders

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Giroux thought he had Halak beaten in the shootout, but goalies don’t give up!

#5
Karri Ramo – Calgary Flames

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Ramo pushes to his right to adjust his positioning just a bit, and flashes the leather.

#4
Jhonas Enroth – Buffalo Sabres

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Insane stretch from Enroth! He stopped 40+ shots again in this game.

#3
Antti Niemi – San Jose Sharks

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“Nemo” comes up huge for the Sharks with the left pad robbery.

#2
Roberto Luongo – Florida Panthers

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Luongo injured his arm on this play and had to exit the game, but oh what a save it was!

#1
Frederik Andersen – Anaheim Ducks

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Andersen steals a sure goal from Hossa right off the goal line, then stops a rebound chance for good measure!

About The Author

Greg Balloch

Greg Balloch is a Vancouver-based writer for InGoal Magazine, broadcaster for Sportsnet 650, and goaltending coach. His career began in Hamilton, Ontario with the Junior 'A' Hamilton Red Wings, before moving to Vancouver to cover the Canucks on the radio and work with the Surrey Eagles of the BCHL. A lifelong goaltender, he has been teaching the position for over a decade.