The Marc-Andre Fleury Psychological Applied behavior analysis Index – 11-7

Speaks volumes of how good Fleury has been, because we've only had to do one of these so far.

The Marc-Andre Fleury Psychological Applied Behavior Analysis Index will go into registering whenever Marc-Andre Fleury gives up more than three goals. We will look at many factors and make a determination on where his index is.

Today, we look at Fleury's performance from last night.

GOAL 1

Poor defensive effort, plus Joe Vitale was on the ice. Nothing could be done.

GOAL 2

Another defensive breakdown + Good shot by Stepan

GOAL 3

By rule, any time Brian Boyle scores a goal on you, it is your fault.

GOAL 4

Sick tip by Captain Cally. Nothing could be done.

GOAL 5

Derek Brassard scored: see Brian Boyle rule.

Index summary

Based on our complex scale, Fleury's psychological scale number is 86%.

This puts him in the Jean-Sebastien Aubin zone for the game. The Aubin zone is defined in the psychological community for goalies as a place where most of the goals weren't your fault and most likely the result of Ian Moran-like defense.

 

 

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