Timely Saves

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    Those of us who have played the game know what it means...

    Pretty sure Andy Brickley knows what he is talking about.

    Is timley hitting in baseball a media spewed term?
     
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    Quite possibly the most overrated phrase IMO is "the vulnerable minute"

     
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    Those of us who have played the game know what it means... Pretty sure Andy Brickley knows what he is talking about. Is timley hitting in baseball a media spewed term?
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    I played the game for 13 years. I was never a superstar and many guys including Brickley know a hell of a lot more about hockey then I do.  I played defense, I never skated off the ice after my line had given up a goal, particularly in a close game, and thought that it was okay.  I love Brick except when we are on Versus but I still don't understand what these guys mean when they say this.  I think more often then not they are talking about tough saves in a close game I just don't think timely is the proper term.
     
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    Actually the 2 goal lead is commonly referred to as "the most dangerous lead in hockey"..which is what was said....

     
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    I would say a "timely save" would be one where the goalie makes a great save and immediately after that, his team goes down the other end and scores.  So without the save, his team doesn't score.  That's "timely".
     
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