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12-08-2012, 06:06 PM
Dennis Bonvie
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Originally Posted by Ohashi_Jouzu View Post
Furthermore, since international play has value, Lundqvist can't exactly be hurt in that department... what with his Olympic gold, making that '03/04 WC all-star team over Vokoun, Conklin, Gerber, Irbe, Kolzig, Luongo (all of whom had decently strong tournaments), Eliteserien accolades, etc. But I think top 10 SV% in 6 of his first 7 seasons in a 30 team league and top 10 in Hart voting in his rookie year is a pretty good starting point, and he does have a Vezina... hard to peg him mid-career, but it's going to look pretty weird to me if Belfour and Lundqvist end up vastly separated after both are retired and compared.
To me there is little to choose between Lundqvist, Luongo and Kiprusoff.

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