Gopher goalie looking for stuff to do between shots

Gopher goalie Kent Patterson is having to talk to himself to keep from letting his mind wander between opponents shots. The Pioneer Press writes the team has tightened up its defense so much that no team has gotten more than nine shots on goal in a period in more than a month.
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Gopher goalie Kent Patterson is having to talk to himself to keep from letting his mind wander between opponents shots. The Pioneer Press writes the team has tightened up its defense so much that no team has gotten more than nine shots on goal in a period in more than a month.

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