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Musical Goaltenders...

Here are the goaltending situations for all 30 teams heading into the summer:

Anaheim Mighty Ducks:
JS Giguere
Martin Gerber (RFA)
Ilya Bryzgalov
Eddie Ferhi

Atlanta Thrashers:
Pasi Nurminen (RFA with Team Option)
Kari Lehtonen
Byron Dafoe (UFA)
Jani Hurme
Frederic Cassivi
Michael Garnett
Zdenek Smid

Boston Bruins:
Andrew Raycroft (RFA)
Felix Potvin (UFA)
Tim Thomas (UFA Signed in Finland)
Hannu Toivonen
Matti Kaltiainen
Jordan Sigalet
Peter Hamerlik

Buffalo Sabres:
Martin Biron (RFA)
Mika Noronen (RFA)
Ryan Miller (RFA)
Tom Askey (UFA)
Marty Magers
Jeff Weber

Calgary Flames:
Mikka Kiprusoff (RFA)
Roman Turek
Dany Sabourin
Brent Krahn
Andrei Medvedev
Curtis McElhinney

Carolina Hurricanes:
Kevin Weekes (RFA)
Arturs Irbe (UFA)
Jamie Storr (RFA Signed in Germany)
Cam Ward
Patrick Desrochers (RFA)
Kevin Nastiuk
Robb Zepp
Daniel Manzato
Daniel Boisclair
Antti Jokela

Chicago Blackhawks:
Jocelyn Thibault (RFA)
Michael Leighton (RFA)
Adam Munro
Craig Anderson (RFA)
Steve Passmore (UFA)
Matt Underhill
Corey Crawford
Mike Brodeur
Michael Ayers
Adam Berkhoel
Teemu Jaaskelainen
Tyson Kellerman

Colorado Avalanche:
David Aebischer (RFA)
Tommy Salo (UFA with Team Option)
Philippe Sauve
Peter Budaj
Tom Lawson (RFA)
Tyler Weiman

Columbus Blue Jackets:
Marc Denis (RFA)
Fred Brathwaite (UFA)
Pascal Leclaire
Shane Bendera
Carl Goehring (UFA)
Andrew Penner

Dallas Stars:
Marty Turco
Ron Tugnutt (UFA)
Jason Bacashihua
Dan Ellis
Mike Smith
Tobias Stephan

Detroit Red Wings:
Curtis Joseph
Manny Legace
Dominik Hasek (UFA)
Marc Lamothe (UFA)
Joey MacDonald
Drew MacIntyre
Stefan Liv
James Howard
Logan Koopmans

Edmonton Oilers :
Ty Conklin (RFA)
Jussi Markkanen
Tyler Moss (RFA)
Michael Morrison
Kristian Antila
Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers
Glenn Fisher

Florida Panthers:
Roberto Luongo
Steve Shields (UFA)
Travis Scott
Simon Lajeunesse (RFA)
Mikko Vuorio

Los Angeles Kings:
Roman Cechmanek
Cristobal Huet (RFA Signed in Switzerland)
Milan Hnilicka
Mathieu Chouinard (RFA)
Ryan Munce
Matt Zaba
Nathan Marsters
Carl Grahn

Minnesota Wild:
Dwayne Roloson
Manny Fernandez (RFA)
Josh Harding
Frederic Cloutier
Barry Brust
Kyle Kettles
Miroslav Kopriva

Montreal Canadiens:
Jose Theodore
Mathieu Garon
Eric Fichaud (RFA)
Jean-Francois Damphousse (RFA)
Yann Danis
Olivier Michaud
Jaroslav Halak
Chris Heino-Lindberg
Joni Puurula

Nashville Predators:
Tomas Vokoun (RFA)
Chris Mason (RFA)
Brian Finley (RFA)
Wade Flaherty (UFA)
Jan Lasak
Teemu Lassila
Matt Davis
Miroslav Hanuljak
Mike McKenna
Rustam Sidikov

New Jersey Devils:
Martin Brodeur
Corey Schwab (UFA)
Scott Clemmenson
Ari Ahonen
Matus Kostur
Jason Smith

New York Islanders:
Garth Snow (UFA)
Rick DiPietro (RFA)
Wade Dubielewicz
Dieter Kochan (UFA)
Brad Topping

New York Rangers:
Mike Dunham
Jamie McLennan (UFA)
Dan Blackburn (RFA)
Steve Valiquette
Jason Labarbara (RFA)
Phil Osaer
Henrik Lundqvist
Johan Asplund
Chris Holt
Brandon Snee

Ottawa Senators:
Patrick Lalime (RFA)
Martin Prusek (RFA)
Ray Emery
Billy Thompson
Kelly Guard

Philadelphia Flyers:
Robert Esche (RFA)
Sean Burke (UFA)
Antero Niittymaki
Neil Little <i>UFA
Roman Malek
Bernd Bruckler
David Tremblay
Rejean Beauchemin
Dov Grumet-Morris
Ville Hostikka
Chris Houle

Phoenix Coyotes :
Brian Boucher (RFA)
Zac Bierk <i>RFA
Brent Johnson (RFA)
Jean-Marc Pelletier (UFA)
David LeNeveu
Jeff Pietrasiak

Pittsburgh Penguins:
Marc-Andre Fleury
JS Aubin <i>RFA
Sebastien Caron
Andy Chiodo
Martin Brochu (UFA)
Bobby Geopfert
Nick Boucher
Brandon Crawford-West
Tomas Duba
Dwight Labrosse

St.Louis Blues:
Chris Osgood (UFA)
Reinhard Divis (UFA)
Curtis Sanford
Tuomas Nissinen
Konstantin Barulin
Cody Rudkowsky (UFA)
Levente Szuper (RFA)

San Jose Sharks:
Evgeny Nabokov (RFA)
Vesa Toskala (RFA)
Nolan Schaefer
Seamus Kotyk (RFA)
Dimitri Patzold
Patrick Ehelechner

Tampa Bay Lightning:
Nikolai Khabibulin (UFA with Team Option)
John Grahame
Evgeny Konstantinov (RFA)
Gerald Coleman
Jonathan Boutin
Brian Eklund (RFA)
Vasily Koshechkin
Joseph Pearce

Toronto Maple Leafs:
Ed Belfour (UFA)
Trevor Kidd (UFA)
Mikael Tellqvist (RFA)
Jamie Hodson (RFA)
Sebastien Centomo (RFA)
Todd Ford
Jean-Francois Racine
Mike Minard (UFA)

Vancouver Canucks:
Dan Cloutier (RFA)
Johan Hedberg (UFA)
Alex Auld (RFA)
Lukas Mensator
Robert McVicar

Washington Capitals:
Olaf Kolzig
Sebastien Charpentier
Matthew Yeats
Maxime Ouellet
Rastislav Stana (RFA)
Maxime Daigneault
Rob Gherson
Robert Muller

Now obviously some players are signing oversees for insurance in case of a lockout while others are just leaving for Europe... Based off of that information above, there are some very interesting goaltending questions going into next year....



1) Anaheim: Will they trade Gerber to move Bryzgalov up?

2) Atlanta: What will happen with Hurme's health?

3) Boston: Who will they get to backup Raycroft?

4) Buffalo: Can the Sabres resign all 3 of their hotshot young goaltenders (Biron, Noronen and Miller) and keep them all happy?

5) Calgary: Who will they get to backup Kiprusoff (assuming they buyout Turek)?

6) Carolina: Who will backup Weekes?

7) Chicago: Will they resign Thibault or let him walk and go with their youth?

8) Columbus: Who will backup Denis?

9) Colorado: Is Sauve ready for the NHL? And do they excerise their option on Salo (I doubt it)?

10) Dallas: Is Ellis ready to backup Turco?

11) Detroit: Not really any questions here... Cujo and Legace...

12) Edmonton: Is Conklin ready for full time starter's duty?

13) Florida: Do they resign Shields and if not, who do they sign to backup Luongo?

14) Los Angeles: Is Huet actually playing in Switzerland next year or is this just insurance? If he is, who is the backup next year with Hnilicka heading to the Czech Republic? And Cechmanek's always a big question mark himself.

15) Minnesota: Can they resign Fernandez? He's not happy as a backup. If not, who do they bring in to backup Roloson?

16) Montreal: No questions here... Theodore and Garon...

17) Nashville: Vokoun's the man, but who's the backup man? Mason? Lasak? Finley?

18) New Jersey: Does Clemmenson stay as the backup now that it looks like Schwab is done?

19) New York Islanders: DiPietro will get the ball to run with it, but with Snow a UFA, who is the backup?

20) New York Rangers: There's never a shortage of goaltending questions with the Rangers. Is Dunham good enough to be their starter? NO! Is Blackburn better served as the backup next year or continuing his development in the minors? If he stays in the minors, who comes up to backup?

21) Ottawa Senators: Lalime Lalime... Do they actually try to sell season tickets and expect their fans to believe they have a shot at a cup with this guy in net?

22) Philadelphia Flyers: With Hackett's retirement and Burke a UFA who will backup Esche? Niittimaki? Malek?

23) Phoenix Coyotes: Is Boucher finally ready to start or will the other enigmatic goaltender in their system (Johnson) be given the spot? Either way, it will likely be the two of them there.

24) Pittsburgh Penguins: Is Fleury ready? If so, Fleury and Caron..

25) St.Louis Blues: Who knows? Osgood's a UFA, Divis is a UFA, and they have almost nothing else.. Sanford isn't the answer... Will they resign Osgood or will they go out and get a real goaltender?

26) San Jose Sharks: Nabokov and Toskala... That's all they need...

27) Tampa Bay Lightning: Will they excercise the option year on Khabibulin's contract? I suspect they will. And with Grahame they have a great 1-2 punch.

28) Toronto Maple Leafs: Is Belfour coming back? I know he wants to but will the hand out the cash to get him to sign? If not, where do they go next for a starter? Tellqvist will be a good backup and eventually a good starter, but he's not ready yet... Kidd sucks and won't be resigned!

29) Vancouver Canucks: Will new management show as much faith in Cloutier as Burke did? If not, who do they bring in? Auld has the backup spot wrapped up...

30) Washington Capitals: Does Kolzig stay? They have to move him eventually... Charpentier's likely back as the backup... Ouellet had a great year and is likely ready for NHL duty, but not as a starter on such a weak squad...

Some interesting names will likely be floating around... Snow, Shields, Brathwaite, McLennan, Burke, Aubin, Osgood, Kidd, Hedberg, Dafoe, Potvin, Irbe, Salo and Hasek are all expecting to be UFAs this summer... Plus guys like Kolzig, Lalime, Gerber, Thibault, Fernandez and maybe even Cloutier could all be on the block... Plus Turek will likely be cut lose...

Should be an interesting summer of musical goaltenders...

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Marty Turco
Ron Tugnutt (UFA)
Jason Bacashihua
Dan Ellis
Mike Smith
Tobias Stephan

10) Dallas: Is Ellis ready to backup Turek?
Eew come again?

But, I think the Stars might wait pretty long before deciding whether to trade for help or play one of Ellis or 'Cash. Like say after camp, where they should come up with a conclusion more definitely. I would personally play either one as his back up. Turco has proven he can handle a rediculous workload, so they won't have to play in more than 5/10 games, tops. If he (Turco) gets injured, then I might be willing to trade, but it isn't a situation I worry about at all..

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You forgot that Cloutier is a free agent, that Minnesota now has a dual affilate so they have to bring up Holmqvist, and they have to sign Brust.

 
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Eew come again?

But, I think the Stars might wait pretty long before deciding whether to trade for help or play one of Ellis or 'Cash. Like say after camp, where they should come up with a conclusion more definitely. I would personally play either one as his back up. Turco has proven he can handle a rediculous workload, so they won't have to play in more than 5/10 games, tops. If he (Turco) gets injured, then I might be willing to trade, but it isn't a situation I worry about at all..
Sorry, typo.... I realized it after I posted it and fixed it up...

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You forgot that Cloutier is a free agent, that Minnesota now has a dual affilate so they have to bring up Holmqvist, and they have to sign Brust.
I didn't forget... I have him listed as an RFA above... I didn't mention it in the questions section though cuz I figured that they'd resign him...

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30) Washington Capitals: Does Kolzig stay? They have to move him eventually... Charpentier's likely back as the backup... Ouellet had a great year and is likely ready for NHL duty, but not as a starter on such a weak squad...

# 1 Charpentier will be released
# 2 If Olie is not traded Que;;et and Stanna will be the backups >> One serving in that position and the othe playing in portland >> They they will switch >>
# 3 If Olie is traded the both will play for the big club
# 4 The caps may not be as weak as you think >> If the lockout last a year the will muture in portland all playing together >>>>

This team with the addition of Ovechkin could become very good in a short period of time because the have talent and will mature quickly >>> The rest of the better watch out for the powerhouse being built in washington >>>>>>

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# 4 The caps may not be as weak as you think >> If the lockout last a year the will muture in portland all playing together >>>>

This team with the addition of Ovechkin could become very good in a short period of time because the have talent and will mature quickly >>> The rest of the better watch out for the powerhouse being built in washington >>>>>>
I don't argue that they will be better if the lockout lasts a year... But for the sake of my post above, I was talking about this coming season... I wouldn't want to subject Ouellet to that abuse...

Btw, the Caps are building a good future, but they need some help on the point...

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30) Washington Capitals: Does Kolzig stay? They have to move him eventually... Charpentier's likely back as the backup... Ouellet had a great year and is likely ready for NHL duty, but not as a starter on such a weak squad...

# 1 Charpentier will be released
# 2 If Olie is not traded Que;;et and Stanna will be the backups >> One serving in that position and the othe playing in portland >> They they will switch >>
# 3 If Olie is traded the both will play for the big club
# 4 The caps may not be as weak as you think >> If the lockout last a year the will muture in portland all playing together >>>>

This team with the addition of Ovechkin could become very good in a short period of time because the have talent and will mature quickly >>> The rest of the better watch out for the powerhouse being built in washington >>>>>>
And then they will lose to the penguins in the playoffs.

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I don't argue that they will be better if the lockout lasts a year... But for the sake of my post above, I was talking about this coming season... I wouldn't want to subject Ouellet to that abuse...

Btw, the Caps are building a good future, but they need some help on the point...
The lockout will last a year because the owners want to break the union but will fail >>> The problem you see at the point my be resolved in house with some of the young very good d-man they have but only time will tell >>> With their surplus of goalies a defenseman with offensive skiil can be aquired if needed>>

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What happens if we dont qualify Noronen? if he gets picked up by another team, we get the right to match or get picks in compensation?

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What happens if we dont qualify Noronen? if he gets picked up by another team, we get the right to match or get picks in compensation?
Every thing depends on what the ne CBA has to say about that >> Every player without a contract could become a unrestricted free agent >>>>>

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What happens if we dont qualify Noronen? if he gets picked up by another team, we get the right to match or get picks in compensation?
if any player is not tendered a qualiying offer (The deadline is in July I believe), then he becomes a full UFA, and the team has no right to match, and receives no compensation

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And then they will lose to the penguins in the playoffs.
There will not be a team in Pittsburg for that much longer >>> To many poor and unemployed people live there >>>>>>>> :lol

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There will not be a team in Pittsburg for that much longer >>> To many poor and unemployed people live there >>>>>>>> :lol
Could you be any more of a ********? Geezuz.

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There will not be a team in Pittsburg for that much longer >>> To many poor and unemployed people live there >>>>>>>> :lol
Cant you just feel the love between caps and pens fans after all the playoff games the pens took from the caps.

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Cant you just feel the love between caps and pens fans after all the playoff games the pens took from the caps.
No i like the pens just stating the truth >>>> No money and the owner is near broke >>>> :lol

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No i like the pens just stating the truth >>>> No money and the owner is near broke >>>> :lol
Owner isnt broke. I believe the pens were one of the better teams this year financially in the nhl. The pens owner is not like Leonis who can afford to lose both his money and games year-in-and-out. As for the arena, there is talk about PA governor wants a decision on the slots/gambling deal before house and senate leave. This is where the money is supposed to come from.

But I dont want to get in a pissing battle on a topic on goaltenders. I think both Wash and Pittsburgh will both be good in 1 or 2 years. And I look forwards to more battles in the playoffs(which the pens have usually won in recent history ).

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I hate those >>>>>.

I felt the need to say it.

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Owner isnt broke. I believe the pens were one of the better teams this year financially in the nhl. The pens owner is not like Leonis who can afford to lose both his money and games year-in-and-out. As for the arena, there is talk about PA governor wants a decision on the slots/gambling deal before house and senate leave. This is where the money is supposed to come from.

But I dont want to get in a pissing battle on a topic on goaltenders. I think both Wash and Pittsburgh will both be good in 1 or 2 years. And I look forwards to more battles in the playoffs(which the pens have usually won in recent history ).
Yup and if it does not happen the pens will be sold and moved and believe me that will be sad day >>>>> That was because the pens were more talente than the caps but that has now changed and like you look foward to those battles again because they were good games >>> Bring back the patrick division

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Washington, St Louis, Chicago, Ottawa, Toronto and especially Buffalo can really make or break the goaltending carousel with their decisions.

Corey Schwab is one guy I wouldn't mind seeing return to the Leafs if Belfour is back, although the time is probably now for Telly to be an NHLer.

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Question 18: Scott Clemmensen is also a UFA (VI). But Schwab is not returning and will probably retire, so NJ will either sign a goalie to be backup and play 8-10 games next year or promote Ari Ahonen. I see Clemmensen going to a team who need a solid goalie who has starting potential - Clemmensen is very good.

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Problem is that's roughly a good chunk of backup goaltenders, Devils

 
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