Now let’s look at the entire save sequence, including the ensuing scramble and glove save.
The first is a situation every goalie can relate to: that helpless feeling when you make a save but aren’t sure where the puck ended up, and know reacting too actively or panicked could result in you accidentally propelling it into your own net. So, as much as it may look like a desperation scramble, see if you can spot anything specific in the way Andersen handles it?
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