Troy Grosenick Photo by John Cordes/Icon Sportswire

Troy Grosenick is no longer with the Los Angeles Kings after signing with the Boston Bruins as a free agent over the summer, but after making such a good impression in his first two Pro Reads entries, including a 2-for-1 in his debut and a nearly 8-minute breakdown for one sequence in the follow up, InGoal didn’t want to waste any insights from the ninth-year pro.


This time Grosenick is facing a power play against the Anaheim Ducks, with the puck on the wall in the corner and passing options down low, at the point, cross ice and in the slot:

Taking a quick look from a distance, what are the most dangerous options Grosenick has to worry about. Now let’s take a look at the same play from behind the net, with two separate freeze frames a few seconds apart and see how things change from his perspective:

Compare that to this one and see if you can identify what changes, and how it affects the read:


Now let’s take a look at the entire save sequence and see if you identified the change that opened up the passing lane that inevitably lead to this scoring chance:

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