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12-12-2008, 11:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Lone Rogue View Post
Kinda hard not to. I mean, just in the last 10 years, we've gone through Theodore, Vokoun, Huet, Garon and Price. In between that, Hackett, Danis (now in Long Island) and Aebischer. Not bad I'd say. I wonder how many other teams have gone through good-to-great goalies like we have.

Anyway, Jaroslav. Jaroslav has the potential to be a number one goaltender, but in today's volatile market for goalies, I wouldn't say he could nail down a job anywhere he'd go. I wouldn't say he is Ilya Bryzgalov or Vesa Toskala potential, but maybe in the middle like Tim Thomas, Mathieu Garon and Alex Auld, where he could be waiting a long time for a team to finally rely on him, and when they do, they could see some great things out of it. So yeah, the potential is certainly there.
Tim Thomas is leading or close to leading the NHL in several categories.

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