Thread: Garon is 26.
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01-29-2004, 03:26 PM
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First off, goalies tend to take longer to develop, hit there peak later in their careers, and tend to be able to maintain their peak level performance later then other players, so Garon still has tons of times to prove himself.

I can't see with Theo in town, outside of an injury, Garon getting a really chance to play as many games as your suggesting, but I think if over the next couple of season he could get 15-20 games in, Montreal management and the rest of the league would get a pretty good idea about how good of a goalie he can be.

It sure we be nice to have the luxury of two great goalies, either for insurance purposes or the ablity to stenghten another part of the team with a trade.

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