It's been an interesting season for goaltending. A number of goaltenders moved in the off season, which of course changes the style of defense for the goalies who move. However, there have been other surprise as well:
Vancouver: Luongo - 0.896, slow start
Minnesota: Seems every goalie on Minnesota does well, but are they actually good?
Calgary: Kiprosoff doesn't look so good without the nice defense in front.
Nashville: Rolled the dice and lost - Mason is no Vokoun.
Blue Jackets: Leclaire may actually be the real deal...
Pheonix: Sent down Aebischer who has their best save percentage. Auld and Tellqvist vie for #1, need I say more
L.A: Found out how to win when all you have is AHL goaltending - Allow 17 shots.
N.J: No defense - No Brodeur...
Philadelphia: Why was Biron used as a backup last season?
Pittsiburg: Don't worry Fleury is still the same goalie he was last year, except with a bit more experience.
Boston: Did Fernandez hide behind Minnesota's defense?
Toronto: One more bad game for Raycroft and he might see some AHL action...
Atlanta: Don't blame the goalies please.
Florida: This team need a lot more than decent goaltending to do well.
Tampa: No changes from last year - still bad goaltending, but great offense.