Thursday, February 3, 2011

Auld will face the Panthers

Alex Auld will get a second start at the Bell Centre tonight, while the Florida Panthers will be visiting Montreal. The goalkeeper from Alberta will have the chance to redeem his first difficult to his supporters. January 17, Auld had seen his teammates give him a lead of 4-0 before allowing four unanswered goals in the Flames. Carey Price when he was come in succession and the Canadiens had won in overtime.
The keeper of 30 years will be making his second trip of the season against the Panthers. The day before New Year's Sunrise, he managed to succeed at the game, pushing 20 of the 22 shots he faced. The Canadian had defeated the Panthers 3-2 in overtime.
In seven appearances in goal this season, including six starts, the veteran shows a record of three wins against two losses, a GAA of 2.20 and an efficiency of, 926. The excuse of the two games in 24 hours can be used to explain performance against the Canadiens since while undoing the Washington Capitals, the Panthers fell flag in Toronto. A match that also ended in a shootout.
Moreover, the troupe Peter DeBoer, who sends Tomas Vokoun in the melee, has won only one of its last seven games. However, four of his six losses occurred in the tiebreaker.
A Canadian victory would allow him to overtake the Rangers for sixth in the Eastern Conference, having, in addition, a game in hand.

No comments:

Post a Comment