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05-09-2013, 03:23 PM
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Well, I wouldnt necessarily say "superior" but I would put him in the same "league" in terms of overall career play & value/category in terms of criteria pursuant to possible induction into the HHOF as Ed Belfour, Tony Esposito, Eddie Giacomin & Glenn Hall of recent vintage quite honestly. And if we go back even further, superior to some who are members. Chris Osgoods like the Rodney Dangerfield of Goaltenders; Cant get no respect and frankly, I think he deserves a fair amount of it.
Chris Osgood is the Dick Duff of goaltenders. Under appreciated when a team wins.
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