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10-14-2012, 12:45 PM
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Originally Posted by chi777 View Post
You're right, Hasek's are better. Both GAA and SV%.
Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
False. Roy easily has the three best playoff runs between the two of them based on save % adjusted for era. He also effectively doubles Hasek in career playoff GVT
...and this...
Originally Posted by Rhiessan71 View Post
I mean you realise that Roy put up a .923 S% and 1.93GAA in the '86 playoffs at a time when goalies were lucky to break a .900 S% and keep their GAA's below 3.50.
...and this...
Originally Posted by Rhiessan71 View Post
His absolutely ridiculous and insane playoff OT record of 40-16 (24-6 as a Hab!!!), next closest is Belfour at 22-24.
The fact that out of the playoff series he lost, he lost more of them in 7 games than he lost in 4, 5 or 6 games combined.
That he has close to 40 more PO wins than any other goalie 151-94 (.616 winning %) to Brodeur's 113-91(.554 winning %).

Roy's playoff resume:
Total Series: 43
Series wins: 32
Series losses: 11 (1 in 4 games, 2 in 5 games, 2 in 6 games and 6 in 7 games)

Basically, if you had Roy in net, your team only had about a 11% chance of being eliminated in less than 7 games and about a 75% chance of winning.
THAT is ridiculous!
Roy is the undisputed playoff king and NO ONE ELSE comes close.

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