Who said you need a proven G to win a cup?
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05-04-2004, 10:12 PM
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: San Diego
Hmmm. Would you have said that anytime between now and 1996?
Roy retired, Hasek is injured, Brodeur's team got knocked out, as did Belfour's. Its a changing of the guard, to an extent. But I have to disagree with the implication that experience in goal is not an advantage. With the exception of '98 (Osgood), it has proven so every season in the last eight.
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