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02-19-2008, 08:15 PM
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Yes, but it's interesting as supaman points out. Fuhr wasn't the greatest athlete in terms of being in shape, but he thrived with a heavy workload. Guys like Curtis Joseph, Felix Potvin and Roberto Luongo also thrived and played better with more games played. Brodeur is just a beast. Then you have guys who can play well up to a certain point but then the wheels fall off and they begin to play sloppy. Seems like it must be at least in part a mental thing.

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