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08-24-2010, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by JackSlater View Post
I wouldn't consider Sawchuk or Belfour as part of Toronto's goaltending tradition considering they were definitely in the twilight of their respective careers and clearly belong to other teams in terms of legacy. Lumley is debatable as well. I can't see Toronto being placed ahead of Chicago in terms of goaltenders.
Sawchuk gets points for his resurgence and his impact on the Cup in 1967 (arguably a Conn Smythe performance). Lumley could go to the Wings as well which is where his Cup was, but he was a First team all-star twice in Toronto. Belfour I can see, perhaps that is weak although he was still very good at that time. Any list with Broda and Bower though will get some attention. You've got a common top 10 goalie with another all-time great.

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