In a message dated 2/28/2003 4:55:16 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Hi Pam,
> Brodeur really changed how goaltending is played in this league and
> it had something to do with Milbury drafting DiPietro. What impresses
> me about Brodeur is that for all his puck handling, he never turns
> over the puck or makes a huge mistake that winds up in the net and
> really does work as a defender and a flawless one.
I have to agree with you about DiPietro's being drafted. One of the reason's
I'm a fan of his is that he reminds me so much of Brodeur. He still makes
rookie mistakes, and sometimes his do wind up in the net... but he's got a
lot of the same characteristics... and a heck of a lot of potential, can't
wait to see how it develops.
I Believe in Titans
"Loyalty is still the same,
Whether it win or lose the game;
True as a dial to the sun,
Although it be not shined upon."
>Samuel Butler</A>, Hudibras, 1663
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