Unproven but huge potential > proven stars?
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07-23-2011, 03:03 PM
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When exactly are Bryzgalov's best years?
Looking at goalies today, most are having their best years between 33-36 years of age. Tim Thomas, Tomas Vokoun, Dwayne Roloson and Martin Brodeur. We're probably still 2 years away from Bryzgalov's best years between the pipes.
Just for fun, from ages 33+ there are just as many Turco's, Theodore's, Gerber's, Chris Mason's, Biron's, Brent Johnson's, Giguerre's, Boucher's and Conklin's on that list
Sure there are a few guys that are good (or even improve) at that age, but on average the chances of Bryz being on a high level like that by the time these kids come of age is smaller than I am comfortable with. Not to mention, he'll be losing Kimmo and Pronger soon.
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