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12-11-2010, 08:54 AM
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GT Stat question

Can anyone recall the last time a team had sub-.880 goaltenders?

Hockeydb has the right idea with the stats but I can't seem to sort them the way I want.

I mean as a tandem, btw - should have clarified.

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Counting goalies only with at least 20 games played, the last time a team finished a season with two below .880 was the 1996 San Jose Sharks. Wade Flaherty finished .866 and Artus Irbe finished .860.

There are many instances of this in the early 90s and 80s but as the game evolved it stopped.

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In 84-85 Boston's main tandem (Peeters and Keans) went .868 and .877 respectively.

It demonstrates how much goaltending and the whole game has changed.

Despite that apparently horrible stat, the team gave up the 6th fewest goals in the whole league.

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Someone on that 96 sharks team was above .880.

Hmmm...

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Terreri was the starter on 96 sharks after being traded there. He was 883 and I think he holds a record for a starter with no shutouts during a season. Im not sure if it was a record though. Anyways Sharks is not the latest.

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Terreri was the starter on 96 sharks after being traded there. He was 883 and I think he holds a record for a starter with no shutouts during a season. Im not sure if it was a record though. Anyways Sharks is not the latest.
Felix Potvin, 1996-97: 74 games, 0 shutouts. Terreri's not in the top 50.

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