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What's worse than having a starting goaltender who ducks when a shot is coming towards him? A goaltender who used to play for your team, who was traded to a struggling franchise and then becoming a Vezina Trophy finalists.
Former Flyers netminder Sergei Bobrovsky was named a finalst for the NHL's best goaltender. Bob, along with Antti Niemi and defending Vezina Trophy winner Henrik Lundqvist, are the three finalists for the honor.
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When newcomer goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky got the start in net for the Philadelphia Flyers back in the beginning of the 2010-2011 season, there was a collective “Who?” on the lips of every fan. After the initial shock of the team adding a new goaltender so abruptly, fans got used to the native Russian backup to [...]The Philadelphia Flyers made a mistake trading Sergei Bobrovsky is a post by the Best Sports Blogs at BallHyped.com.
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by Paul on 03/14/13 at 09:51 PM ET
Sergei Bobrovsky with an incredible save on Dave Bolland in OT tonight.
Blackhawks did win in the SO 2-1 but 'Bob' remained hot, stopping 39 shots.
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Have I said the future is bright in net for the Philadelphia Flyers? Well, maybe I have, but let me reiterate it again. If all things go as planned, the Flyers have nothing to worry about in terms of goaltending beyond this year.
Why’s that? His name is Sergei Bobrovsky, the 22-year-old goalie signed out of Russia this offseason, who saw his first professional game action in North America against the New Jersey Devils in the Flyers 4-3 shootout victory in their preseason opener.
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