MRandall25 wrote:Is Francois Beauchemin's +/- sustainable? I was able to pick him up because Lehtonen and Enstrom are hurt.
I don't think there's any such thing. But the Ducks are like 11-2-3 or something like that, so they're on pace for 33-6-9 which isn't probably sustainable. Beauchemin is filling in for the injured Fowler, so he's playing with some good players right now and having to do more in transition. He plays 18:23 of ES TOI per night, basically 259 minutes of ES TOI this season and he's only been out there for 3 ES GA (17 for) and the goalies save pct. while he's out is .972 (next on the team for d-men is .943). Plus they have a 30-year-old "rookie" goaltender who is 8-0-0 (one shy of tying the record for undefeatedness to start a career I think) with a 1.78 GAA and a .933 save pct. on a team that improved
their defense by acquiring Ben Lovejoy.
Now, what part of that sounds sustainable to you?