So now we will see whether goaltender coach extraordinaire Benoit Allaire can have the same impact working with Ondrej Pavelec as he has over the last four years with backups of disparate backgrounds and experience named Antti Raanta and Cam Talbot. After trading Raanta to the Coyotes on June 24 as part of the Derek Stepan...
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