^ kipper has to be there somewhere, but that's a good list.
Where he ends up on that list will be determined by the rest of his career. Kiprusoff had an absolutely spectacular start to his career, obviously, giving a Conn Smythe-level performance during his first NHL season in 2004, and winning the Vezina with a dominant 2005-06 campaign. But he has slipped a few notches over the past few seasons, and never has quite returned to being a top-3 goalie in the game, as he was early in his career. Tght now, he's probably at best a top-10 goalie, and isn't close to the top-5. The obvious problem IMO is that he has been significantly overworked since 2005-06, playing between 73-76 games every year since the lockout. Couple that with a Flames organization that has been all over the place, namely in terms of coaching and roster turnover, and you have a difficult situation.
Right now, I would say Kipper ranks behind Kurri, Selanne, Lehtinen, and Tikkanen, just based on career accomplishments. If he has a strong rest of a career, I can see him possibly passing Lehtinen for the third spot, but that will be very difficult unless he puts together another spectacular playoff run.