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12-01-2013, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Bieber fever View Post
no disrespect to hasek but Tim Thomas peak was just as good as hasek peak.
Put peak Hasek on the 2010-11 Bruins and he probably would have put up a SV% of .950 all the while playing 70 games (Thomas played very few games for an elite starter).

In 1998-99 when Hasek had a SV% of .937 over the course of 64 games, the leaguewide average SV% was .908.

In 2010-11 when Thomas had a SV% of .938 over the course of 54 games, the leaguewide average SV% was .916.

And 1998-99 arguably wasn't even Hasek's best season. The year before he lead the league in GP with 72 and lead the league in SV% by .010. Hasek was consistently lapping the competition, and that competition included goalies like Roy, Brodeur and Belfour.

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