Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/09/05 at 12:00 PM ET
When he's not stopping pucks in games and practices, Flyers goaltender Robert Esche is getting his groove in an attempt to become a better netminder. For the past several days Esche and Patricia Knight of Precision Timing of Newtown, Pa., have turned a second-floor room at the SkateZone in Voorhees into an interactive metronome. What's an interactive metronome, you ask? From outside the glass-enclosed room, Esche looks like he's listening to a Kenny Chesney CD as he taps his feet, slaps his hips and does everything but swing an imaginary lasso over his head. He said he is actually listening to a variety of sounds while reacting to specific noises such as cowbells.
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