Jimmy, according to USA Today, is happy with his performance, but realizes that his play of late is no more and no less than something he needs to build on:
"It's been a great step in the right direction, but I still feel I have a lot to work on."
Jimmy, like myself, is pleased with the way things are going. But you have to keep your feet on the ground and keep striving to improve. Each one of these wins is looking better and better for the young American netminder. Here's what Coach Babcock had to say:
"What needed to happen for Jimmy is what happened here — throwing up two one-goal games. He was way better tonight because he had more action and he was relaxed. He is all like all young players … when you are overthinking, you press."
Last night was a statement game for Jimmy. After breezing through the Blue Jackets, though his workload was more challenging than the score let on, Jimmy stole that game for us last night.
When's the last time a goalie stole a game for us?