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May a Quiet Performer

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VHL.COMHouston, TX

By: Gloria Borger II


If you have been following my articles on the young goaltender Owen May, you know the hard work he's put into the opportunity to play in the VHL. However, an outsider may not see anything special in the young man. Frustration had been boiling over as of late for May, but this week has seen a jump in overall play. In total May has a .870 save percentage and has a goal against average of 3.33. Nothing that stands out to the naked eye. Those numbers resulted in May being 7th in Save Percentage and 5th in Goals Against Average. May moves up to 6th in save percentage if you remove the tender who has appeared in two games for the Las Vegas Aces. One stat has proved to be in May's favor, Shutouts.


While May is quik to credit his defense for the recorded shutouts it can't be said that his influence hasn't been present. Since his outburst at practice a week ago, May has played exceptionally well. Against the Yukon Rush May saved 30 of 33 shots, against the Wild 24 of 26 shots, and against Yukon all 22 shots. It appears as though May's Save Percentage could rise, resulting in his team winning some more difficult games. 









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