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02-21-2013, 12:06 AM
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CobraAcesS
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Varly is top 10, barely but has room to climb.

Lundqvist
Rinne
Price
Quick (He hasn't been good lately but... Stanley says hi)
Brodeur
Kiprusoff
Anderson
Smith
Ward
Varlamov #10 (And I do think he has the talent to be higher on this list. I would take Varly over 4 of the guys above him as well.)
Luongo (His inconsistency with the defense hes had in-front of him is what keeps him out of the top 10 for me.)
Lehtonen
Rask
Schneider
Pavelec
Backstrom
Miller (Hasn't really been amazing for a couple years but is still a good goalie)
Hiller (Again hes struggling or he would be way higher on this list.)
MAF
Halak
Howard
Niemi
Vokun
Crawford
Dubnyk
Jiggy
Lindback
Fasth (Extremely unproven and could move up this list quickly.)

Who is WSH, FLA, CLB, and NYI goalies again? Oh and Toronto (although Scrivens has been good lately)

Now keep in mind I'm doing this based on pure talent, and some of these guys have better numbers than those above them but way better teams in-front of them. Also looking at last season and this season, you can't judge goalies on ten game (Fasth & Crawford playing well.)

Guys like Price, Rinne, Quick, Varly, Smith, Anderson, and Lehtonen basically have to carry their teams night in and night out so they may not always have the best over all statistical ratings. There is guys like Kiprusoff & Backstrom who are older and have been consistently good (But not great) while their teams have been consistently bad as well.


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