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11-12-2012, 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Claypool View Post
Almost half of the goalies that played a game in th NHL last year were 6'1 or under.

Tim Thomas, who won the Stanley Cup and multiple Vezina trophies, is under 6'0. The most recent Conn Smythe trophy winner, Johnathan Quick, is under 6'2.

Basically, you don't know what you're talking about.
5'10 apparently equates to 6'1 and I don't know what i'm talking about. Fascinating.

Originally Posted by HTT3 View Post
Pretty sure Osgood won a cup just recently, like 4 years ago in 2008. Also pretty sure he was arguably the MVP if Zetterberg didn't win it.

You are right that 'size' seems to be the trend, but it's not the rule. It's more the hype. Goalie size is overrated.
you don't know what the word overrated means, or hype for that matter.

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