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11-28-2009, 03:41 PM
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As for Dryden vs. Brodeur, I think it's too close to call if you ignore their teams.

The thing is, both of them had all their playoff success playing behind all-time great defenses.

So in a way, I would say that whoever is playing behind the better defense has an extra advantage - because their goaltender will be playing more in his comfort zone.

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