Luongo: By the numbers

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  1. Johnny says:

    Let us not forget his 7 goals from 30 shots…Game 6 last year. Like I have said all year long, Lou worries me. Inconsistencies could relate to deeper issues, I just can’t see the team getting very far with this type of goaltending. You never know what goalie is going to show up. I can never tell or have a feeling prior to any game that the Cauncks will win, you just never know with this team! The team has issues, especially down low….then there is the consistancy of the top line, which has been good this year, but definitely can’t go 10 + games without points for the sedins come playoffs…..either way we don’t make it past round 2, unless by some miracle Lou becomes the goalie he is paid to be.

  2. Johnny says:

    Let us not forget his 7 goals from 30 shots…Game 6 last year. Like I have said all year long, Lou worries me. Inconsistencies could relate to deeper issues, I just can’t see the team getting very far with this type of goaltending. You never know what goalie is going to show up. I can never tell or have a feeling prior to any game that the Cauncks will win, you just never know with this team! The team has issues, especially down low….then there is the consistancy of the top line, which has been good this year, but definitely can’t go 10 + games without points for the sedins come playoffs…..either way we don’t make it past round 2, unless by some miracle Lou becomes the goalie he is paid to be.

  3. PuBPest says:

    The stats are interesting but if he has a bad start and allows 3 goals on the 1st 9 shots.. it won’t matter if he see 30 – 39 shots.. it will be to late by then!!

    good article thou!

  4. PuBPest says:

    The stats are interesting but if he has a bad start and allows 3 goals on the 1st 9 shots.. it won’t matter if he see 30 – 39 shots.. it will be to late by then!!

    good article thou!

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