He lead the KHL in shutouts last year, put up overall solid stats and I believe he was considered a solid starter (actually, think he might even have made their ASG?). Played more games than all but one KHL goalie last year too, so he clearly is still in great shape despite his age (54 games season, Hasek played 46 games). Wouldn't at all be surprised if he could secure at least a backup job in the NHL next year, though I'd think him playing in Europe would be more likely.
Who cares how you stop the puck so long as you do it? I can see saying he was lucky if he did it for one year, but SIX Vezinas is NOT luck. That's like saying Lidstrom was just lucky.
I wasn't gonna comment, but yeah, no kidding. I watched him closely in Ottawa, always waiting for the 'luck' to run out. It didn't (except for the blasted Olympics). Best goaltender I've ever seen - and I've seen some dandys.