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The brainchild of renowned goalie coach Ed Walsh, the IGC puts goalies through a series of skills drill competitions, including five shooting stations, an obstacle course, a speed skating event, and an up-down/butterfly event.
Byline: -- Rich Hammond I'm told the Kings are encouraged by the offseason work of goalie Jason LaBarbera, who had surgery to repair a sports hernia.
If your rec-league team's usual goalie suddenly has an emergency and can't make it to a scheduled game, or if he simply doesn't turn up and you're in danger of forfeiting, or if you just need an extra netminder for a one-off corporate event or a practice, you dial the number, just as though you were ordering a pizza, and wait for the arrival of a fully equipped goalie who fits in with your skill level.
It means you're playing like Anaheim Ducks goalie Jean-Sebastien "Jiggy" Giguere.
In the past, the crease attackman was a big, bulky player with enough size and strength to screen the goalie without being pushed around inside.
Making its Xbox 360 console debut, NHL 2K6 introduces Crease Control(TM), a new gameplay feature that allows players the opportunity to control the goalie in ways never before possible.
Byline: JILL PAINTER Staff Writer The Kings have been justifiably preoccupied with poor goaltending, but goalie Dan Cloutier can't be blamed for this latest debacle.
Other repeat nominees are Maine junior goalie Jimmy Howard (Ogdensburg, NY) who has posted a 1.