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02-11-2013, 04:12 PM
Dennis Bonvie
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Originally Posted by Hockey Outsider View Post
True, but keep in mind that Roy played significantly more playoff games in a higher-scoring era. Based on adjusted save percentage, Roy is ahead of Hasek (but it's close). Still the qualitative factors (Roy maintaining his excellent level of player over more than double the sample size; and generally advancing farther in the playoffs therefore likely facing tougher opposition) show that Roy was the better playoff performer.
I agree.

I was just throwing the numbers out there in response to the posts about Hasek's playoff performances. To me they were giving the impression he was well short of Roy, Brodeur and Belfour in the playoffs.

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