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12-16-2008, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by King Blazer View Post
Using your criteria, Ty Conklin is an NHL #1 goalie.

I'm a UNH Alum...
I'm a HUGE UNH Hockey Fan...
I was still working at UNH when Conklin played there...
I'm a HUGE Ty Conklin Fan...
Ty Conklin is a very capable NHL back-up goaltender...

Using your criteria, Jason LaBarbera is an NHL #1 Goalie. He's #22 in GAA!!!
Well then by your argument there are less than 30 #1 goalies in the league. So how many #1 goalies are there? 10?

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Originally Posted by King Blazer View Post
Weak sauce argument IMO. Using this thinking, quite a few teams have two #1 NHL goalies and if that's the case, why are they supposedly so hard to come by?
I believe that some teams probably have more than one goalie who is capable of being a #1 goalie. Remember when the Sharks had Nabokov and Kiprusoff? or when the Canadiens had Price and Huet?

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