Tomas Vokoun has been the best goalie in the NHL early in the season. With a 9.25 save percentage and a 2.14 GAA going into a game against the Maple Leafs, Scott Clemmensen got his chance to play goal to give the beleagered Vokoun a rest. Colton Orr, Toronto’s enforcer (goon) took care of Clemmensen in the third period, with enough contact to at least warrant a penalty but the referees missed the call and that was the game.
So the team is below .500 with that kind of goaltending… HHEEEEEELP… we need some more scoring.
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Written by Marvin Miller
Freelance Sportswriter for many years. Hockey coach for 10 years up to Bantam AA. Certified Level 2 in both hockey and racquetball. Works now as a Senior Technical Writer. Hobbies, racquetball, playing guitar, and following hockey, particularly the NHL Draft.