November 24th Wrap-Up
Happy Thanksgiving to all you beauties in the states! I hope you all stuffed your faces and drank lots of egg nog like I did. Now it’s time for black Friday sales and buying things that we don’t need. Speaking of which, be sure to check out the GGSUnited store for black Friday deals ferda. But getting back to hockey, last night we only had two NHL games, but they were pretty great nonetheless. Let’s dive right in and take a look at two great games:
MTL: 2, CAR: 1 (Price: 31 saves, Ward: 20 saves)
I’m not sure how many of you had the pleasure of watching this game, but it was an amazing performance of goaltending on both sides of the rink! Wardo continued his hot streak, and even though he didn’t win, he still looked great in net. Between that SICK glove save on Shea Weber’s slap shot in traffic or the amazing diving split save he made on Gally, Wardo is killing it. Down the other end of the rink, I think we all know that Jesus Price is the best goaltender in the world and last night he was just showing that off for everyone to see. The guy just looks so relaxed out there and makes amazing saves look simple. Price takes the win tonight and continues to DOMINATE the NHL. What can’t this guy do?
Save of the game: https://www.nhl.com/video/t-283152702/c-46695003
BOS: 1, OTT: 3 (Rask: 23 saves, Anderson: 19 saves)
So here we have two more goalies are who are some of the best in the league squaring off tonight. If I’m being honest, I didn’t think this game was as exciting as the Montreal, Carolina game. Both goaltenders looked solid and made the routine saves, but this game (in my humble opinion) was a bit boring. I don’t even have an exciting save of the game for this one, but I want you guys to take a look at Tuukka and how amazing his rebound control, recovery and his head movement is
Save of the game: https://www.nhl.com/video/rask-denies-ceci-twice/t-283151426/c-46693003
Top Goalie of the Night:
I think the obvious answer is Carey Price. The guy looked stellar between the pipes last night for the Habs. He was relaxed, he played big, made timely saves and just truly was the backbone of the team.