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8 team league. Wins, S%, GAA, SO are the 4 goalie categories. My other goalies are Bryzgalov and Fleury. Which should be my third?
Nittymakki (Tampa Bay)
C. Mason (St. Louis)
Keep in mind the wins category is an important one. Im not crazy about a goalie with solid numbers but no starts.
Which is my best bet and Why?
Well Rask has gotten 4 consecutive.. Do you seem him getting the majority of his starts for the rest of the season?
Rinne i tried for a few weeks and he really wasent getting that great numbers. Not crazy about Nashvilles play either.
C. Mason also i tried and he is so incosistant it annoys me
What do you guys think of Giggy? For now i guess Nitty is looking like my choice.. Unless Rask gets the majority of starts for the rest of the season..
- 2 Replies to Dan
well boston will go with the hot guy if thomas goes to the olympics and plays well they will play him more.
I like rask but not his style though he is putting up good numbers. he maakes too many mistakes out of the net and he gets caught down in the butterfly too much but he is a good butterfly goalie. any team that studies him will see that they have to get the puck up and make him move. once they figure that out hes done.
Boston is not going to let a 5mil goalie ( way overpaid) sit the bench for long.
If wins is important foremost, then i'd look at Rask or Rinne; Rask, though starting fewer games will get a fair percentage of wins, and Rinne as a bonafide starter is something like 20-8-3 over his last 31.
- 1 Reply to aj_ranger
i have to disagree with rask
although he has good numbers he doesn't get a lot of wins in boston. they only have 2 in the last 12 and he will share time with thomas there is no way they will sit him for long
but rinne also a good choice but gets the occasional stinker
nitti is on fire though
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