Goalie News Wednesday March 18, 2009
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Brodeur sets NHL record for wins by goaltender
Martin Brodeur – Winningest Goalie » random process | charlie 2.0
InGameNow » Brodeur Is NHL’s Winningest Goaltender Ever
Pekka Rinne: A Vezina Contender or Pleasant Nashville Surprise
HockeyBuzz.com – Ken Rosenblatt – How Does DiPietro Fit In?
Jose Theodore – Theodore broke into the Canadiens lineup during the 1995-96 season as another highly touted French-Canadian goalie who was the next Patrick Roy. Theodore posted impressive numbers in the QMJHL, and excelled at the Juniors. … Is Montreal such a tough city to play in that it’s really hard for a young goaltender to thrive? Does the Montreal media grind these players down to mediocrity? Are the Montreal management and coaching staffs poor at developing …
Lundqvist sucks it up
“Through four decades of hockey, from junior in the mid-1940s to his final NHL game in 1971, goaltending legend Glenn Hall famously lost his lunch before and between periods of his games.”
Ironman Kiprusoff says ‘I feel all right’
For the record–and for the one billionth time–workhorse netminder Miikka Kiprusoff says he is not spent.
Jose Theodore makes 19 saves in Caps’ 3-0 win over the Panthers
Theodore, Caps hand Panthers 4th straight loss
Tellqvist gets heads-up about first start
Pacific: Nabokov returns, plays like his old self
Notebook: Stopping ‘Em Cold
“STOPPING `EM COLD: Senior goaltender Chad Johnson proved why he is recognized as one of the best net-minders in the nation as he lifted the University of Alaska to its third trip to the Central Collegiate Hockey Association semifinal round with a 1-0 shutout of Ohio State in the third game of the best-of-three quarterfinal series.”
VIEWS FROM THE BOOTH: Whiffen Wins Goaltender of the Week!
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