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In their prime: Patty Roy or Marty Brodeur?

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Roy 42 68.85%
Brodeur 15 24.59%
Even 4 6.56%
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12-24-2009, 09:38 AM
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In their prime: Patty Roy or Marty Brodeur?

Who would you take? I say Roy he was better in his prime.

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Brodeur is the best period

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When it's time to win , i would never bet against Roy .

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When it's time to win , i would never bet against Roy .
Clutch play?

I'd say prime,

Hasek
Roy
Marty

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How many times we have to go through Roy vs Brodeur poll. When Roy was playing at his peak, the only goalie that can be compared to him is Hasek. Just ask yourself a question: between Roy and Brodeur, who should you trust in a game 7 of a Stanley Cup final. Roy is simply unbeatable in a do or die game. People around here keep saying Brodeur will break all Roy's record. In the regular season: YES. In the playoff: GOOD LUCK. The 10 (or 11) consecutive OT win in 1993 playoff will never be broken by Brodeur or any other goalie. Win a few OT in playoff required lucks. Winning 10/11 consecutive OT in the playoff required skill, determination, and mental toughness. Going into OT so many times in one playoff showed your team is just average against the opposition and yet Roy make sure that his team was going to win them all. Roy is simply the better goaltender.

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Clutch play?

I'd say prime,

Hasek
Roy
Marty
This.

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Roy's not exactly the most spectacular regular season goaltender, especially after he started having his hip flexor problems. Roy, however, is probably the greatest playoff goaltender in the history of the NHL.

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Roy's not exactly the most spectacular regular season goaltender, especially after he started having his hip flexor problems. Roy, however, is probably the greatest playoff goaltender in the history of the NHL.
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Prime:

Hasek
Roy
Brodeur

Career:
Brodeur
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Brodeur.

He is still arguably in or very close to his prime. At 37.

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Hasek
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Has this poll been upgraded (downgraded?) from a "weekly" to a "daily"?

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**** I voted for Roy.

I wanted to vote for Marty.

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Clutch play?

I'd say prime,

Hasek
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Brodeur is the best period

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Really? Cuz it looks like the thread is still going on.

I'll say Roy simply because all of his 551 wins came before the era of shootouts, but Brodeur has had the better overall career regardless.

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Roy for moi.

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Prime: Hasek
Playoffs: Roy
Long-term consistency: Brodeur

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Really? Cuz it looks like the thread is still going on.

I'll say Roy simply because all of his 551 wins came before the era of shootouts, but Brodeur has had the better overall career regardless.
then why still say roy? you're contradicting yourself.

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The playoffs are what matter. If it's a 3-2 series and I want to win Game 6, I take Roy ten times out of ten.

Prime: Hasek
Playoffs: Roy
Durability: Brodeur

But for me, Roy > Marty

Records don't mean everything, especially regular season ones.

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