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02-06-2013, 02:35 PM
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luby3131
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I didn't understand resigning Clemmensen last year. Is he a serviceable back up goalie? Sure. He had a solid season last year. But I don't get it. I think Markstrom had proved he was ready for the NHL in his short stint last year. He's still clearly the best goalie outside the NHL.

That being said, I'd call him up only if there's an injury or we just go downhill. The goaltending has not been very good, but it certainly isn't the main issue.

To the poster who mentioned Sergei Gayduchenko.. he's not an NHL caliber goalie. He's a big guy, but he lacks some of the movement skills necessary to be a solid NHL net minder. He reminds me a bit of Alexander Salak

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