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04-09-2006, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike8
Why would he just squeak by? Good goalies are still in their prime until 37-38 years old. Brodeur's 33, almost 34. Four seasons left for him at least, call a conservative 35 wins a year (and that's very conservative since he's only had fewer than 37 wins once in his career--a decade ago).

That's 140 wins. He's 110 wins (roughly) behind Roy.

So in a very conservative amount of years left in Brodeur's tank, and conservative number of wins per year, Brodeur will still beat Roy by almost a full season worth of wins.

Pretty impressive.
Behind the Devils? Not as much. Sort of like Barry Bonds beating Hank Aarons home run record.

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