SI special contributor Pierre McGuire's scouting report on Mighty Ducks goaltender Jean-S�bastien Giguere
Giguere is the most fundamentally sound netminder in the NHL. He's almost always square to the shooter and makes tough saves look easy because of his precision positioning. It's rare that he gets beat on the first shot, so the Devils must make his life more difficult by creating traffic in front of the net and jostling him in the crease. Giguere is excellent on his stick side and usually steers rebounds to the corner with his right leg pad or his blocking glove. To beat him, New Jersey must shoot to his left side, especially on rebounds. He has a difficult time guiding shots to the corner with his left leg pad, and most of the rebounds to that side end up in front of the net. Giguere is almost unbeatable on pucks shot along the ice; the Devils must elevate the puck, ideally above his shoulders and to his glove side. If Giguere has one weakness, it's his glove hand—he doesn't always make the catch cleanly.