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Best Bob Saves of 2010-11

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers
Bobrovsky became the youngest goaltender in Flyers history to start an opening night game (22 years, 17 days) and won that start, which was his first start of his NHL career, a 3-2 win at Pittsburgh.


He was named the NHL’s Rookie of the Month for November after posting a 7-1-2 record with a 2.02 goals-against average and .931 save percentage in 11 starts.

He finished second among all rookie goaltenders in wins (28) and finished his rookie season with a 28-13-8 record, 2.59 GAA & .915 save percentage.

Re-live some of the best saves by Bob during the 2010-11 season below:


May 6: GAME 4 vs. Boston: Post-to-Post

Mar. 26: vs. NY Islanders: Two-on-Nine

Mar. 24: vs. Pittsburgh: Kennedy stoned

Mar. 24:
vs. Pittsburgh: Bob Robs Kovalev

Mar. 3: vs. Toronto: Side of the net

Feb. 16:
at Florida: Bob stops breakaway

Dec. 4: vs. New Jersey: Denying Kovy

Nov. 11: at Carolina: Glove Save on LaRose

Oct. 30:
at NY Islanders: Bob Robs Bailey

Oct. 7: at Pittsburgh: Bob Point-Blank on Goligosky

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