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Goalie Rankings #17

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Jaroslav Halak 8 12.12%
Mike Smith 21 31.82%
Marc-Andre Fleury 9 13.64%
Steve Mason 8 12.12%
Jonas Hiller 6 9.09%
Craig Anderson 3 4.55%
Anton Khudobin 5 7.58%
Nicklas Backstrom 1 1.52%
Ilya Bryzgalov 0 0%
Brian Elliott 1 1.52%
Braden Holtby 0 0%
Evgeni Nabokov 0 0%
Tim Thomas 2 3.03%
Cam Ward 1 1.52%
Karri Ramo 1 1.52%
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05-03-2014, 05:24 PM
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Goalie Rankings #17

Thanks for voting everyone, the winner of Poll #16 was Jimmy Howard.



Here in Poll #17 I added Karri Ramo. If there's anyone else you wish to see added, let me know.

Results so far...

1) Tuukka Rask (53.30%)
2) Henrik Lundqvist (43.81%)
3) Jonathan Quick (41.46%)
4) Carey Price (45.95%)
5) Pekka Rinne (45.45%)
6) Semyon Varlamov (35.21%)
7) Ryan Miller (52.63%)
8) Sergei Bobrovsky (N/A)
9) Kari Lehtonen (43.75%)
10) Roberto Luongo (30.00%)
11) Ben Bishop (38.46%)
12) Cory Schneider (49.06%)
13) Antti Niemi (24.07%)
14) Jonathan Bernier (32.86%)
15) Corey Crawford (30.00%)
16) Jimmy Howard (24.39%)

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Mike Smith for me

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Khudobin is better than Smith and Halak too

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05-03-2014, 09:22 PM
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Khudobin should have been off the board by now. Him easily.

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Khudobin and Mason need some love.

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don't like him, but Smith

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Halak is very underrated imo

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Khudobin should have been off the board by now. Him easily.
He beat all these guys in sv%, GAA, and had 19 wins with a **** team. But HFboards.


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He beat all these guys in sv%, GAA, and only Mason, Fleury had more wins. But HFboards.


And he also only played 36 games. Too small of a sample size.


He doesn't belong on the list yet. He hasn't even played 60 games in the NHL yet.


Doesn't belong close to this spot.

Smith, Halak, Fleury, Anderson, etc. all belong ahead of him. This isn't based off of solely 1 season, and all of those guys are proven NHL starters, Khudobin isn't.

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And he also only played 36 games. Too small of a sample size.


He doesn't belong on the list yet. He hasn't even played 60 games in the NHL yet.


Doesn't belong close to this spot.

Smith, Halak, Fleury, Anderson, etc. all belong ahead of him. This isn't based off of solely 1 season, and all of those guys are proven NHL starters, Khudobin isn't.
Then why is Varlamov extremely high after having one good year?

And why is this a poll of "who isn't the best right now"?

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Now would be a good time to remind people there is no universal criteria for ranking goaltenders. Some value recent performance over track record and vice versa.

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Then why is Varlamov extremely high after having one good year?

And why is this a poll of "who isn't the best right now"?
Because Varlamov was already an established starter before this season, and has a lot more then 60 games under his belt. He also had a much better year the Khudobin anyway.


Its pretty obvious.

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I voted Hiller but I guess I'm wrong. I like Halak but I think Khudobin will be better in near future.

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Then why is Varlamov extremely high after having one good year?

And why is this a poll of "who isn't the best right now"?
varlamov is much too high as well. hes a good goalie but to put him over miller, lehtonen, schneider, luongo.. is frankly.. ********. khudobin is pretty good too but he needs to play at a similiar pace for a few years to be put on halak or smiths level.

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varlamov is much too high as well. hes a good goalie but to put him over miller, lehtonen, schneider, luongo.. is frankly.. ********. khudobin is pretty good too but he needs to play at a similiar pace for a few years to be put on halak or smiths level.
Well then that's understandable. If it was for who has been better recently then both Varly and Dobby should be gone by now. But if not, I don't see how you can have Varlamov at 6 when he was horrible last year.

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