Grosenick has since moved on to the Boston Bruins as a free agent, but we wanted to make sure we continued with his breakdowns from his two starts with the Kings last season.
After starting with a couple of really detailed reads against the rush, this time Grosenick walks us through a chance generated from behind the net against the Anaheim Ducks, which was the first NHL start in more than six years for the 31-year-old Wisconsin native. Grosenick, who made 33 saves to backstop a 5-1 win that night, has been working on his post play, but before we get to his breakdown of the play and those changes, let’s take a look at the situation:
As we take a look at the entire save below, you’ll notice that Grosenick bumped off the short side post to open a window for himself earlier in the sequence, but he doesn’t here.
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