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04-21-2013, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by SnowblindNYR View Post
We've seen plenty of examples of players (Lidstrom and Brodeur for example) with long track records win awards because of their track record. If it can happen with other people I don't know it shouldn't happen with the best goalie since the lockout, especially against a guy who has proven absolutely nothing in the NHL. If players were actually chosen based on one season and reputation never played a role, I would have no argument. However since reputation does play a large part, I'll feel like Lundqvist is being screwed. I bet Bob falls back into obscurity next year.
Like another poster stated, It's an annual award and Hank doesn't deserve it this year. Also, as great as Hank has been since coming into the league in 05/06, he doesn't belong in the same sentence as Brodeur as a goalie and that's a fact!

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