Not to mention the many he did not have to save.
“Mitch played so well here (Friday) night,” Russell said, reluctant to come down too hard on his goalie, “but we just need him to make saves. We don’t need him to stand on his head and steal a game for us.”
They’ve been outscored on the power play, 3-1, in that span.
Worcester was beaten by the Manchester Monarchs, 3-1, including an empty-netter at the end. Given the quality of scoring chances the Railers had and their edge in territorial play, plus the fact that a gamble by goalie Mitch Gillam cost them a goal, they probably should have prevailed by, like, 4-1.