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02-09-2004, 03:07 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by John Flyers Fan
He's playoff record is not awful, but it can't be classified as "strong" either.

In reverse order

2002-03
Round 1
Caps (92 points) vs. Lightning (93 points)
Lost in 6 games, after having a 2-0 lead.
His numbers were good, and the Caps only scored one goal in each of the final 3 games. However with a 2-0 series lead, his team scored 3 goals in game 3, and still lost.

2001-02
No playoffs

2000-01
Round 1
Caps (96 points) vs. Penguins (96 points) Caps had home Ice
Numbers were decent, giving up 14 goals in 6 games, but not enough to beat Hedberg & the Pens.

1999-00
Round 1
Caps (102 points) vs. Penguins (88 points)
Lost in 5 games. Yanked in game 1, game up 16 goals in less than 5 games. For the series the Caps outshot the Pens by an average of 10 shots PER game. Outdeuled by Ron Tugnutt.

1998-99
No playoffs

1997-98
Round 1
Caps (92 points) vs. Bruins (91 points)
Gave up 13 goals in 6 games, outdeuled Dafoe for the series win.

Round 2
Caps (92 points) vs. Senators (83 points)
Gave up just 7 goals in 5 games, outdeuled Damian Rhodes for the series win.

Round 3
Caps (92 points) vs. Sabres (89 points)
Gave up 11 goals in 6 games, outdeuled Hasek for the series win.

Round 4
Caps (92 points) vs. Red Wings (103 points)
Gave up 13 goals in 4 games, outdeuled by Osgood.

1996-97
No playoffs

1995-96
Caps (89 points) vs. Penguins (102 points)
Played in 5 of the 6 games.
Caps had a 2-0 series lead and lost 4 straight to the Pens. 21 goals against in 6 games. I believe Wregget was the goalie for the Pens.
Your a very good poster and a credit to these boards, that being said I find those to be VERY strong numbers. The caps played against inferior competition in the weakest division. Kolzig is a money goaltender in my opinion.

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