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He can stop it . I’m a goalie and I did save with that shot . The Pittburgh Penguins just didn’t wait enough to look where the player should shot . He need have just a reflex more quikly . If you see , between his legs , there are a big hole . So that was a opportunity to score easy .
@Daebischer Thank you. Someone with brains!
I agree with you Guru when a shot is being released from the hash marks I rely on positioning because it is impossible to track it.
@jbboom52 NHL goalies can’t making “tracking SAVES” from the hash marks in. Period!
@TheGoalieGuru tracking means that you see the puck and you know where it is/is going…tracking doesnt involve moving to make the save, you can track the puck into your glove/blocker/etc but in my eyes if the goalie reacts at all to the shot and they do in fact move in the right direction the puck has been tracked, saved? maybe not but tracked, yes
@jbboom52 I can see a jet airplane zoom by me at 400MPH that doesn’t mean I would see it in time to react and jump out of the way. Tracking save means you see it in time TO SAVE IT. If you watch it go by you and you know where it beat you, then it was IMPOSSIBLE TO SAVE!!!
@TheGoalieGuru tracking the puck and saving the puck are two totally different things if you dont TRACK the puck you couldn’t know where it beat you…i do agree that it is extremely hard to move yourself to SAVE that hard of a shot coming from the hash marks but tracking it is easy
@jbboom52 Proven wrong? What the eff are you talking about? I as a goalie, Goalie instuctor, and writing a book on goaltending will tell you that it is IMPOSSIBLE TO TRACK, REACT, AND EXTEND A LIMB, ON AN NHL shot from the hash marks. Making a save and making a tracking save are two different things. I can close my eyes and make a save if I am positioned correctly AND THE SHOOTER DOESN’T GET IT UP QUICK ENOUGH. That is easy. Tracking a shot going top shelf from the hash IS IMPOSSIBLE!!!
@jbboom52 Proven wrong? What the eff are you talking about? I as a goalie, Goalie instuctor, and writing a book on goaltending will tell you that it is IMPOSSIBLE TO TRACK, REACT, AND EXTEND A LIMB, ON AN NHL shot from the hash marks. Making a save and making a tracking save are two different things. I can close my eyes and make a save if I am positioned correctly AND THE SHOOTER DOESN’T GET IT UP QUICK EMOUGH. That is easy. Tracking a shot going top shelf from the hash IS IMPOSSIBLE!!!
@TheGoalieGuru so now that you’ve essentially been proven wrong you are going into specifics…i (as a goalie) know a puck is trackable from the hash marks, whether or not a goalie is able to stop it is dependent upon the placement of the shot and skill of the goalie…you said in the video that you cant track a puck from that close, you can…period
@jbboom52 Track, in time, to make save.
@TheGoalieGuru just because he moved to the wrong spot doesnt mean you cant react that quick…if you cant track the puck from that close how do they even know where the shot beat them?
@jbboom52 Yeah, he moved the elbow to THE WRONG LOCATION!!! YOU ARE WROOOOOOOONG!!!
before the puck even comes off the stick you can see him start to move his elbow…you are wrong
The other point you missed was that Brodeur did not make a GREAT save just a save like you are saying they should and all do make including peewee!
In another video your criticized brodeur for making an “easy” save from approximately the same distance out and approximately the same shot area. Its all about the angle and positioning you have on the shooter whether your are in good enough position to make a save and ultimately who makes the first move, the player or the goalie and yessss reaction time important for goalies, why do you think they work on stuff like this non stop for their whole careers.
Stop the press!
Another human being with common sense!
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Another human being that knows we have limitations!
Thank you killawhale, thank you!
I learned this trying to stop a KHL player named Spylo who dropped into a shinny game. For many amateur players you may be able to pick up the shot, but when a professional with the new whip sticks shoots it’s as close to impossible as it gets. I was mostly making saves on close range due to positioning, and controlling the shots (ie giving them open areas to shoot at as to control the situation). On many shots I could not even see the puck as it was like some sort of light beam.
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You know nothing of hockey if you think brain reaction has anything to do with it. It is instinct. Goalies are a different breed of human, unique in the instinct of getting in the way of the puck whereas most pansies would jump out of the way.
kk i like the way u think but reaction time has nothin to do with the fact that messages of info are sent to the brain and sent back to the arms and legs, its all reflex, but then again at this speed and distance it doesnt make much of a difference
Are you french?
A itsa shootout i never blame the goalie alot stress on them in shootout they dont let show but you know there thinking ahead and thats when you think to much B) ive seen few guys get robed from 15 feet out on break away sure could be luck but it all depends on who shooter is and what read on scouting report so dont say its all luck some of it is how well you read the book before the game on the players if they like shoot glove high in shootout give um it its not luck if you think ahead budlol