Long established pick up Sunday night game needs goalies. Play level varies from the odd ex-pro to the odd beginner and everything in between. The attraction of this game is everyone has a great attitude. No a**holes allowed. Ice time is 9:30 at Karen Magnussen. As this is an established group I thought it would only be fair to give any new goalie a 'book' on some of the shooters they may face:
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Normie - roof it short side backhand. Will goal suck to get behind the D (even though he's faster than the D).
Grewal - Kinda the Phil Esposito of Sunday nights. Always manages to get a stick on it and score.
Andy (Donze) - all flash loves to score doesn't care about D. Picks corners.
Sergio - Loves to score and would rather try and overpower you than actually make a move.
Robby - Primarily D but at least once a game will make an end to end rush finishing with a five hole deak.
Bill (not Billy, William, Will, Willy) - Plays D doesn't know what the opposition end looks like. Will put it on net from the point.
Ken (good Ken) - deak, duke, dish - regularly embarrasses the D and dishes it for someone else to score. Breakaway, he will allways wait for you to move first.
Pete (Speedy Pete) - hard worker who loves to forecheck. No deak, will try and pick a corner.
Pete (Czech Pete) - Primarily D at least once a game he will take a slapshot from the point. Not too hard, not too accurate,
Bolter - Looks to be skating in reverse but is actually just really slow. No moves, or placement as his head is down when he has the puck.
Black - Long strides reveal a deceptively slow skater. Will shoot high and pick up the garbage.
Moop - Likes to stay on the offence side of the red line looking for a stretch pass. Problem is he still gets caught by the D. Quick release but no deak.
Assman - No skill, speed, or coordination. The game is a foreign entity to him. Loves to approach the goal with a deak in mind but is just as likely to lose the puck and have it roll onto goal. 90% of his shots hit the goalie 10% go wide.
Simmer - Whole package, smooth-skating ex-goalie who will get you to move on a breakaway but would rather dish the puck.
Plato - The terrier of the group. Nothing pretty nothing easy but no quit.
Lada - Not sure if the car was named after him or if he was named after the car. Hockey Lada is built much stronger than car Lada. Can not be moved from the front of the net.
Kenny Reid - Poor attitude, pouty, takes nights (months) off if his team lets him down. Used to be a ref so there's that.
Kerrly (Baby Assman pants) - Double, triple deak will try and tell the goalie where he's going to score; "but Kerrly shooting wide is not a tactic!"
T-Pak - swift skating. loves the wing and driving to the goal. Will try a different move everytime.
John - Loves the front of the net (D and O). Strong, leans on opposition and gets the greasy goals.
Beverages after the game. Lots of laughs and everyone goes home looking forward to the next week.