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01-10-2013, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by quoipourquoi View Post
Because this sample does not contain all of Luongo's prime. In fact, it cuts off four seasons in which Luongo was top-ten in the statistic. This is a very poor argument, comparing one goaltender's short career to the overlap of another goaltender's late-prime and decline. I'm amazed you would even think that this would be worth mentioning at all.
Is your position that Luongo was better before the lockout than afterwards?

As for GMs voting for Martin Brodeur despite his low official save percentages; it's been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that NJ was massively undercounting shots, so looks like the GMs knew more than the stat guys there (at least until the stat guys finally got around to more closely scrutinizing save percentages and proved that arena effects were real).

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