Howard [points to Hahnemann]: He is!
Guzan: Spot on, right there!
Hahnemann: [Goalkeeper is] a lonely position, especially when that ball goes in the net. The key word is individual. Guys used to make fun of me because of what I'd wear. I'd come in wearing shorts and a T-shirt in the middle of winter. And when people got on me, I'd come back the next day wearing my camouflage jeans.
Are there any things Hahnemann does that stand out to you guys as offbeat?
Howard: What doesn't he do? He dips [tobacco]. He shoots guns. He listens to Five Finger Death Punch, which I've never heard in my life.
Guzan: You're missing out.
I've heard the term goalkeepers union. What does it mean?
Hahnemann: We stick together.
Howard: A better word is probably compassion. If you're in a room full of guys, and they're criticizing another goalkeeper who's not in the room, maybe not even on your team, you're probably going to see the goalkeeper's side of things. That's the type of fraternity it is.
Guzan: Everyone's expecting you to make your save. It's your job. If you don't make that save, everyone's saying, "It's your fault." You look at it from the outside and say, "Why would you pick that position? It's a lose-lose situation." So we understand one other. I know what [the keeper's] going through right now.