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05-05-2013, 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by silverfish View Post
Did some research.

In his playoff career, Marc-Andre Fleury has recorded a 2.67 GAA, .905sv% and a record of 45-33. In the 78 games he has played, the Pens have scored 245 goals, or an average of 3.14 goals/game.

I wanted to figure out what Henrik's playoff record would be if the Rangers scored an average of 3.14 goals/game for him. For games that Henrik and the Rangers allowed three goals, I gave Henrik a tie. Yes I am aware that there are no ties in playoff hockey. Figure the games where Lundqvist and the Rangers gave up three goals could be either wins or losses considering the OT period, and allott them where you so choose.

This brought me to Henrik having a record of 29-13-15. His actual career playoff record? 25-32. So, he would have four more definite wins, and 15 chances to get more wins as well in the OT period.

Henrik Lundqvist's playoff career 2.3 GAA and .918sv% has only been good for an actual record of 25-32. That is heartbreaking.

Not to mention, in the Rangers past two years of playoff series, with 3.14 goals/game, Henrik would have series records of: 5-0-2, 5-0-2, 2-2-2, and 1-0-1.

Poor guy.
And people say that they'd rather have Fleury in the playoffs. Overrated because of the team he's on. He can let in 4 goals and still win. 1 goal for this team is a death sentence.

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