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Top goalie in NHL in 3 seasons debated


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Andrei Vasilevskiy
Mika Zibanejad
Alexis Lafreniere
Kaapo Kakko
Adam Fox
Shesterkin
Pete Jensen
Henrik Lundqvist
Amalie Benjamin
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Shawn P. Roarke
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Marc-Andre Fleury
David Satriano
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Connor Hellebuyck
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SOURCE: https://www.nhl.com/news/best-nhl-goalie-in-three-seasons-debated/c-319662194
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Summary

Here are their choices: The Metropolitan Division is loaded with promising goalies of the present and future, but you won't find anyone with a higher ceiling than Shesterkin considering his likelihood of winning the Calder Trophy this season (still rookie-eligible after winning 10 of his first 12 NHL regular-season games) and the long-term trajectory of the Rangers. Russia-born goalies are the rage in the League right now, and we just saw Andrei Vasilevskiy of the Tampa Bay Lightning reach the pinnacle by winning his first Stanley Cup after dominating the past few regular seasons. Last season, eight goalies, including Vasilevskiy (who had a League-leading 35 victories), won at least 25 games and the average age for that group at the end of the regular season was 29.6 years. In other words, he has been one of the best goalies in the NHL consistently; he hasn't just had a hot season or playoff run. Playing behind a rebuilding defense, he was second in the NHL in wins (31), first in shutouts (six) and seventh in save percentage (.922) among goalies who played at least 20 games. Last season, the 22-year-old was the youngest goalie in the NHL to start at least 20 games, going 24-13-3 with a 2.42 GAA and a .914 save percentage in 43 games (40 starts).

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