Bridgeport Sound Tigers goaltender David Leggio’s sneaky antics have resulted in a rule change in the American Hockey League.
After facing a 2-on-0 opportunity during the Sound Tigers game against the Springfield Falcons, Leggio intentionally flipped the net over to cause a stoppage in play and avert disaster.
The net flip resulted in an automatic penalty shot for the Falcons,...
If you haven’t heard, Bridgeport (AHL) netminder David Leggio did a very smart, clever thing the other night. When he saw his defender turn the puck over at center ice, he promptly dipped out.
That gif is awesome. The refs awarded the opposing team a penalty shot, choosing to forgo a penalty call. Leggio, facing one less opponent coming at him unscathed, stopped the penalty shot...
Bridgeport Sound Tigers’ goaltender David Leggio took his chances Sunday night. After a turnover at center ice, Leggio had an 2-on-0 attack coming his way. Leggio, purposefully, dislodged the net, and decided to take his chances on a penalty shot. Luckily, for Leggio, he was able to stop the penalty shot. Risky play from Leggio, ended up working out in his favor.
Take a look:
The Hurricanes need to trade for this guy. He would be their best shot at winning.
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Bridgeport Sound Tigers goaltender David Leggio came up with an ingenious way to stop a 2-on-0 chance from the Springfield Falcons on Sunday night.
The rush was the result of a bad neutral zone turnover and the veteran Leggio knew that he didn’t have a chance of stopping the play, so he got creative. Leggio knew that if the net was out of position it would force a stoppage of...
Here’s a new defensive tactic for you. AHL goaltender David Leggio of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers got creative when he realized he was facing down a 2-on-0 rush. Instead of letting the opposition walk in alone on goal, Leggio turned around and knocked the net off of its moorings.
Usually this type of play results in a penalty on the goaltender, but the officials awarded a penalty...
Bridgeport Sound Tigers goalie David Leggio of the AHL had a stroke of genius on Sunday. There was a neutral zone turnover and the Springfield Falcons had a 2-on-0 from the red line on in. Rather than deal with the 2-on-0, and what would surely have been an easy goal, Leggio knocked his net off. […]
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David Leggio, 33-year old netmind for the AHL’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers, made an extremely veteran play Sunday when facing a 2-on-0 breakaway against the Springfield Falcons. Leggio, who has never made it to the NHL, turned around and pushed the net off its moorings to stop the play. Obviously (or not obviously), it resulted in a penalty for Leggio. The officials...
AHL Bridgeport Sound Tigers goalie David Leggio knocked his own net off to defend against a 2-on-0. Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
Hershey Bears goalie David Leggio created this epic video with his teammate Tyson Strachan and perfectly imitated Pierre McGuire. He nailed exactly how he speaks and the amount of information that Pierre tries to pack into his sentences.
Here is a Pierre McGuire interview for comparison’s sake.
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