Log in

No account? Create an account
About this Journal
"Because the demands on a goalie are mostly mental, it means that for a goalie the biggest enemy is himself. Not a puck, not an opponent, not a quirk of size or style. Him. The stress and anxiety he feels when he plays, the fear of failing, the fear of being embarrassed, the fear of being physically hurt, all the symptoms of his position, in constant ebb and flow, but never disappearing. The successful goalie understands these neuroses, accepts them, and puts them under control. The unsuccessful goalie is distracted by them, his mind in knots, his body quickly following." - Ken Dryden
Current Month
Jul. 29th, 2008 @ 09:27 pm (no subject)

One more goalie in the house. Do I have to bring my backup?

Goalie friends are welcome. Because no one else understands us.

About this Entry
Kiss My Ass
Jun. 9th, 2008 @ 12:57 pm (no subject)
I is here.

Six time Vezina winner, two Stanley cups. Who else can say that?
About this Entry
Jan. 31st, 2008 @ 01:52 pm (no subject)
Welcome, I guess. Hi, I'm Kari, I play for the Thrashers, and Team Finland.

Also, tell your backup or your starter, if they do not have a journal, they should get one. We need more of the Union repped around here!

About this Entry