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01-04-2013, 02:45 AM
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Originally Posted by PhillyBluesFan View Post
Smith has a .935 sv% over his last 93 games going back to December of 2010.

Those are the facts. Hopefully Hockey Canada ignores them just like you are
83 of which were played in a single season on a team that pads goaltending stats.

I don't understand what point you're trying to make. We're just going in circles now. All you're doing is proving my point. Mike Smith had one great season under his belt. That means nothing when it comes to goaltending. Hell, Andrew Raycroft had a Calder season and look where he is now. If he can prove that he's more than a one hit wonder riding on a trap system, that's great. But until that, he's still considered a back-up tier goaltender who overachieved.

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