This is a couple days old, and was found thanks to my boy Kevin Pates, but I thought I'd post it.
Former UMD goalie Alex Stalock had a fantastic rookie season in Worcester last year, leading the American Hockey League team to the playoffs and setting a league rookie record for wins by a goalie.
This season didn't start all that great for Stalock, with his record hovering around .500 and his save percentage below .900 for a while.
Not so much now. Stalock's save percentage is up to .905, and he's got 13 wins heading into Worcester's next game, which is Friday at Connecticut.
Part of that resurgence is due to this save against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Sunday.
UMD fans have seen this before. It's still cool to watch. Great to see Al doing well in the pros.