Watch AHL goaltender come up with inventive way to break up 2-on-0
By: Jared Clinton on November 3, 2014
There’s a lot of ways to break up a 2-on-1, like sliding to block a pass or an aggressive poke check. When it comes to a 2-on-0, it gets a little bit more difficult, but veteran American League netminder David Leggio has a few ideas.
Leggio, who is playing his first season with Islanders affiliate Bridgeport Sound Tigers, had to think quickly as Springfield Falcons forwards Dana Tyrell and Lukas Sedlak came barreling down on him on a shorthanded 2-on-0:
You may remember him making physical threats in last year's handshake line with Montreal after they beat Boston in 7 games. Well Montreal did what they do best tonight, beat Boston which was too much for Lucic.
I've been watching some video of Wings teams of yore and I was wondering which Red Wing do you think went under-appreciated or was unsung yet did a lot of good or great things. I think my choice would be Kozlov.