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He is a good first shot stopper but he gives up way to many rebounds, which is how the komets ended up beating him. I hope the komets do not sign him.
While I agree, I think if you put a great D in front of him, those second chance shots would be cleared out of there. The Komets are pretty good about finding D-men that make our goalies look much better than they are.
Hope the Komets are the stepping stone to his career--tough choices for these guys sometimes--wish him the best!
I hope the Komets do sign him. We have gotten spoiled by Boucher but Effinger is a very good goalie. While he gives up rebound goals, most goalies do at times. But it did take the Komets several games to figure him out. And the Komets emphasis on defense will only make him better.
Just checked wane.com and it seems to be that Effinger has signed with the K's.
journal said this morning that he was signed.
Some may have noticed that the Columbus Blue Jackets finally traded Rick Nash. They sent him to the New York Rangers. What some may not have noticed is that along with Nash the Blue Jackets sent defenseman Steven Delisle. Delisle played briefly with the K's during the 2010-2011 season before injuring his shoulder.
He was easily the best part of a lousy agreement between Columbus and Fort Wayne.
Where is Blakes? Where is Marks? I only listen to Blakes and Marks....OK MAN? My brother saw Chris Auger, Brent Henley, Stephon Thorne, and JM Rizk at the Hamburglar's Hideout. I think that is a good sign. Hello up there in Michigan to Donruss E. Beckett. Whatever happened to Scoops? I once saw Hoss eat 200 K-Wings and the crowd Booed him for cheering? All Hockey INFO goes thru the OHIC, OK MAN?
According the ECHL.com, Orlando sized up. Couple guys, 6' 6" & 6' 8" K's look a little small up front, hope they work on that soon! Jordan Lane is one of them, played with Eville. Icemen couple years ago.
Komet Warrior is back man, One Hillbilly In Cognito is fired up
Off the subject, quick question! Does anyone know if the ECHL is no touch icing also? Hope not!
This is from last year's Rule Book
The ECHL adopts the ‘Attainable Pass’ icing standard in conjunction with no-touch icing. Under this icing standard, the Linesman shall have discretion to wave off apparent icing infractions on attempted passes if those passes are deemed receivable (attainable). In order for the Linesman to wash out the icing for this reason, the receiving player’s stick must be on the attacking side of the center red line.