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Never A Good Goal

from John Niyo of the Detroit News,

“I never, ever asked someone to be the goalie. It was always me.”
Why?
“I don’t know exactly,” he said. “But this is what I always liked about it: Even if your team doesn’t play great, you can be the one who can win the game for the whole team. And I like for people to depend on me: ‘Dom is there, and he can do it for us.’ ”
That’s the mentality, perhaps, that drives Hasek’s almost maniacal practice habits.
“Obviously, he still has it—in practice, in games,” said Chris Chelios, one of Hasek’s first teammates in Chicago, Hasek’s first stop after leaving the Czech national team in 1990. “As far as I can see, he hasn’t changed one bit.”
Chelios laughed.
“Aside from maybe flipping out a little less after losses,” he added. “He keeps it in control a little better. You can see when he gets on the bus, he’s holding it in. But it’s still fun to see how much of a sore loser he is. There’s never a good goal with Dom.”

read on... a good read on Hasek…

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