Hills Posted March 13, 2017 Share Posted March 13, 2017 On 3/9/2017 at 3:11 AM, JoelTheGoalie said: Final Score: 6-3 Win This was the first ever Reid Kyfiuk Cup, which was created to honour a 15 year old hockey player who lost his life during a freak snowboarding accident, and who was well known in the Saanich Minor Hockey community. All 6 house teams participated in this season-long tournament, and our team (C1) came in first in the league, then we won the cup game. For reference: I'm #1, Qaseem is #31. As for the analysis, there is none, because my mom didn't record the goals against (I don't know why, but I guess she missed them). I didn't let in anything, but our other goalie let in 3. I played a good portion of the game, but not all of it. We usually do a system where we switch every 5 minutes or so, but we didn't really do that today because this is a pretty big game, and we really wanted to win this one and be the first with our names on the banner up in the stands. Overall, I played a solid game, but obviously there's some things I can still work on, which I will look at improving in time for our next game (or two), which happens this weekend. Congrats on the win. Not much I can say that I think you need to improve on. On 3/12/2017 at 0:17 AM, JoelTheGoalie said: Final Score: 7-1 Win After coming first in our league, we faced off against the 4th place team to move onto the playoff finals. Goal Analysis: 1) I was too far back in my crease and my glove was a bit high. I was partially screened by my defensemen skating in front, as well. Overall, I played a pretty strong game and made the saves when I needed to. I tried to keep cool and calm, and I think I did a good job of that today. I have noticed that my glove was a little wild, today, and it kind of hurt me a bit on that goal against, as I spent that extra split second turning it. For most of the game, my defense didn't let them get too close to the net, and they gave me enough time to see and stop the shots, which was nice. I think plays like this is where your glove hurts you a bit, but you know that and it is always a trade off of where you are going to cover. I thought you did well, I think one play on a tip it looked like you were off angle but you made a good recovery and made the save. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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