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02-01-2007, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by go kim johnsson 514 View Post
1) When Sather finally put away the checkbook and started to actually build a team, he didn't do half bad considering where the Rangers were this time in 2004.

2) There have been plenty of guys who have been "good enough" and have won. In this era of the league, unless you're Martin Brodeur, you've either proved nothing, you're Miikka Kiprusoff or you're over the hill (Belfour and Hasek). Carolina won the Stanley Cup with their backup goaltender.
1) He was forced to put down the checkbook because there was a salary cap.

2) I disagree that plenty of guys have won who are good enough. And regardless over the period of over a decade, Clarke never once made getting a top notch goalie a priority.

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