Round 2, Vote 9 (HOH Top Goaltenders)
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01-09-2013, 05:13 PM
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Mass/formerly Ont
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You sure thereís no nostalgia involved in that? Rollins is at best the 7th-best goalie of his generation (born 1924-1931). Lundqvist is most likely the best post-lockout goalie and itís not like Rollins has a rich, full career to fall back on, either.
LOL, playing the nostalgia card. Favorite tactic when dealing with someone who has actually watched many years of hockey.
Actually Rollins had a rich full career. So what if he played many years in the minors. tough to hold a job in the 6 team NHL.... got beaten out by Glen Hall-no disgrace in that.
Anyway, play the nostalgia card and I counter with the modern bias card. As far as Lundquist goes let see how is career plays out. After he is retired for a few years, we can then think logically about him and determine if he is a top 40 of all time.
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