Glass vs. Beauchemin

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  1. LaLaLaprise

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    Personally id like to see Beau stay in the net. He just looked A LOT more relaxed and composed. Glass is the better goaltender, but right now he scares me half to death.
     
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    Yeah i know what ya mean. Glass seems to be one of them guys that gets the job done but looks shakey doing it and makes ya nervous. While Beauchimen just looks comfortable out there. Not to mention that he makes them long bomb crazy passes :yo:
     
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    I would be very pleased to see Beauchemin in net, but it has little to do with what we've seen in this tournament. Glass has no prior experience on the international stage, and he has looked a little shakey. However, how much poise or comfort did you expect from Beau, when he is facing 15 shots, against Germany, many of which almost stopped rolling before they even reached him last night. Did he appear comfortable or asleep? I liked Beauchemin early on, and he was the number one during the summer evalutation camp. But he did not start very strong in the WHL this season, so I think he made the team over Dubnyk and more importantly Nastiuk, because of what the coaching staff saw at the summer camp.
     
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    The score was still 0-0 and he made 2 really solid stops on German players.

    I am not bashing Glass, but Beauchemin gives me more confidence at this moment. Glass just didnt seem into it. He wasnt controlling rebounds, he didnt know where pucks were. I just have a feeling if Canada gets in a big game Glass will fold up like a cheap tent.
     
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