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Anton Khudobin Needs To Start

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Anton Khduboin has done it again... he's back from injury and is 2-0 since his injury and 4-0 as a Hurricane.

 

His current save percentage is .928... good for 8th in the NHL.

 

His career record is 17-5-1... 

 

Doby needs to start.

 

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Agreed.  Let him have a stab.

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I think he's earned the start. It does wonders for our team not to give the opposing team a free 4 goals every time Ward is in net.

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This save by Doby at the buzzer to give the Canes the win!!!

 

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I wanted to say this after Dobby went 2-0.. I just didn't have anything to back up my beliefs until now.

 

I could live with a Khudobin/Peters combo.

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Now 5-0 on the season with a career record of 19-5-1.

 

He made 31 saves on 32 shots tonight.

 

Because of Doby, we are only one point out of a playoff spot.

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With Ward injured, Khudobin has a chance to steal some time away in the second half of the season. Still expect the Canes to trade Peters, but Khudobin could steal Wards job this go around. 

 

Not sure if the Canes will be happy with that because of how much Ward makes and the fact he's virtually a lock to stay with Carolina throughout the remainder of his contract. 

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Dobby gets the start against Buffalo tonight. Might lock up that starting job.

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Now 6-0 as a Hurricanes with a career record of 20-5-1 lol.

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