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Hextall's numbers remain consistent


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Over the years Hextall has showed that no matter a weak start, a weak end or a weak in between, he will give you great goal tending for most of the season. Consistency is something you can expect from the Canadian net minder and as we near the end of the season his numbers are very likely finalized. His rookie season he put up a .915 save percentage, the following three seasons were all .917 save percentages and the season after a .920. This season it's more and more looking like he'll finish with a .917 save percentage. That would be his fourth time finishing at that number and considering the limited seasons one can play in the VHL that's insane.

 

His wins might be the lowest he's ever had though, currently sitting at 24 and with four more starts to make he could tie his rookie season of 28 wins if he won all 4. The Legion have five games left and one start still owed to their backup, Jaxx could technically get five wins out that would require the backup to get pulled, Jaxx to come win and the team make the comeback to win. Also that would require the Legion to win all five games which is unlikely. The last few games down the stretch have been a bit up and down for the Toronto goalie, seems to have a bad game than a good game, or the other way around, if he keeps at it though his numbers will be solid once again.

 

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