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Marc Staal statistically best defensive dman in NHL this season
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04-10-2010, 04:51 AM
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Thats a good point. Didn't think about that. But how do you get 25% less goals between a .92 and .89?
Anyway, goalies and d-men work hand in hand. Who's to say Hank would be a .92 if Staal, Girardi, and Rosy, didn't play well infront of him?
A better example,.. last year when Marty went down, who would have thought the Devils would actually climb in the standings behind Clemenson? You gotta give the D some credit for good goalie stats too.
Let's say .925 and .90, that should be pretty clear now...
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