The NHL is full of great goaltenders, but its tough to get much better than Ryan White.
He’s been on this team since the start, has proven himself to be one of the league’s most dependable goaltenders and the Flyers are in a very good position to win games.
The Flyers will try to improve upon their 8-10-1 start, which is good news for the team in general.
However, the Flyers will be relying on their top-four netminders to have a big game and get the job done.
White has not had much of a bounce back season, and Greene hasn’t been able to produce much.
They were both acquired this summer, and neither of them has produced much in their short time with the team.
However when you look at what they have achieved, there is a lot to like.
The pair of netmindors, White and Greene, are arguably the two best goaltending tandem in the NHL right now.
The duo is led by their playmaking ability.
Both are excellent in their own zone, and are very strong in their ability to make saves.
They both have elite offensive instincts, and both have a knack for winning puck battles.
Both can be trusted to take big hits when needed and will be a big part of the Flyers future success.
However there is one key difference.
While Greene and White are elite goaltenders in their role, White is a much better skater than Greene.
When Greene was a rookie, he was a skater who skated a little better than White, but White had better hands.
He can still get the puck out of his crease quickly and will make plays in front of the net.
White’s offensive instincts and ability to control the puck are second to none, and he is a more effective shot blocker than Greene, but the fact that he has a better shot and the puck in his hands are a huge improvement.
They are a pair of elite goaltending prospects, and there is no doubt that they will make a big impact in the future.
The Flyers need to be ready to win hockey games, and their goaltending corps is loaded with talent.
They have two of our best goalies in White and one of our most promising netminder prospects in Greene.
They will need to keep up their play and make the Flyers better.
They need to find ways to improve on their 8 and 10-1 records.
If they are able to do that, they could be in for a big season.