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“I don’t give a f*ck” Ilya Samsonov when compared to Bobrovsky’s play

Toronto Maple Leafs Goaltender Ilya Samsonov bellowed that he doesn’t give a f*ck about Sergei Bobrovsky’s play. The 26-year-old added that he is only concerned/focused on his game

Ilya Samsonov transferred to the Washington Capitals from the KHL in 2017-18. He was traded to Toronto Maple Leafs ahead of the season. He played 42 games for the Leafs and marked a positively good SV% of 0.919%. However, his overall Save percentage in the Playoffs isn’t noteworthy. In his last two games, he saved 50 from a total of 57, making an SV of 0.877%. Marginally weaker compared to Bobrovsky, who has been on the winning side. Except for the second goal by Aleksander Barkov, Samsonov played decently compared to the rest of the unpassionate Leafs. Also Read: Meet Malakai John: The curse-breaking baby boy of Toronto Maple Leafs

Meanwhile, fans are divided on their perception of Samsonov’s curse. Some say he’s feeling bad about his game and this is exactly the behavior he needs to display. On the other hand, others say that the display is unwanted and he should not start on Game 3. Calls for Woll or Murray to start are rising after the loss at home.

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Mohammed Bazim
Mohammed Bazim
With a dream to be in the paddock living the life, Mohammed Bazim is a 19-year-old collegiate who spends his day watching old games, trying to learn more about his passion, Formula One. Hailing from Kerala, he considers himself to be a trivia aficionado. His lover passion for trivia does not end at Formula 1, it just begins there. Bazim loves to write about anything and everything related to Business, Sports, Fashion, and International Relations.


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