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Mike Condon: planned desperation leads to back door robbery
From rebound control to reading through screens and ultimatly controlled desperation, this week’s ProRead has plenty to offer.
Jonathan Bernier Pro Read 2: Net drive with pass options
Bernier shares his thought process on the use of a reverse-VH in this situation, and how the evolution away from the VH, or one-pad down, allows him to stay in top of the puck better as the play moves in tight.
ProReads with Cal Petersen: How to play a quick-strike 2-on-0 down low
How do you handle a 2 on 0 with one of the game’s most dangerous scorers on the back door?
ProReads with Jake Allen: Understanding Shooters Tendencies
Jake Allen shows us why it’s important to know exactly who is on the ice and what they are most likely to do in a given situation.
ProReads with Carter Hart: Early Awareness Supports Backdoor Save off the Rush
Wonder why Carter Hart is so successful this early in his career? Listen to how well he is prepared before the puck even enters his zone – and how self-critical he is even on an excellent backdoor save.
Pro-Reads: Jonathan Bernier on Shootouts
Jonathan Bernier and David Hutchison watch and discuss a shootout between Detroit and Ottawa which leads to a few surprising insights.
Pro-Reads: James Reimer 2-on-1 from the neutral zone
This play ends in a save selection you might not have anticipated from the beginning of the play nad Reimer himself tells us was “not the prettiest, but …”
Pro-Reads: Craig Anderson multiple threats off the rush
Ottawa’s Anderson stares down a rush chance with help or a pre-scout and battles to the finish with dynamic skating.
Backdoor Robbery: Carter Hart breaks down 4-sequences to save
Watch and listen as Hart takes us through his read and – despite coming up with a highlight reel save – what he would do differently.
Pro-Reads: Jake Allen Reads Through Traffic
St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen takes us through a challenging multi-tip point shot he calls, “fairly straightforward.”