At least, that’s the approach being taken by Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov, whose work with new goalie coach Francois Allaire has been paying off in the preseason.
“I’m working a lot with Francois and I’m trying to do things correctly,” Varlamov said. “I can’t say what I’m doing [differently]. I don’t want to tell everybody how I’m going to play.”
After posting a career-best 26 wins in 2011-12, his first season with the Avalanche, Varlamov slumped badly last season during 2012-13 that he and his teammates would just as soon forget.
Source: Rick Sadowski, NHL