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Top 20 goalies in wins:

1. Henrik Lundqvist NYR: 45 wins

2. J-S Giguere ANA: 44 wins

3. Miikka Kiprusoff CGY: 42 wins

4. Martin Brodeur NJ: 40 wins

5. Roberto Luongo VAN: 39 wins

6. M-A Fleury PIT: 39 wins

7. Evgeny Nabokov SJ: 38 wins

8. Ryan Miller BUF: 37 wins

9. Martin Biron PHI: 37 wins

10. Ray Emery OTT: 36 wins

11. Marty Turco DAL: 35 wins

12. Tomas Vokoun FLA: 35 wins

13. Dom Hasek DET: 34 wins

14. Niklas Backstrom MIN: 33 wins

15. Kari Lehtonen ATL: 33 wins

16. Peter Budaj COL: 31 wins

17. Rick Dipietro NYI: 30 wins

18. Vesa Toskala TOR: 30 wins

19. Crisotbal Huet MTL: 29 wins

20. Jason Labarbera LA: 28 wins

Other notables: Cam Ward CAR, O. Kolzig WAS, C. Mason NAS, N. Khabibulin CHI, M. Fernandez BOS

Brodeur will rest more this year and Luongo will win less, that's why they won't repeat last year's feat. Teams like Toronto, Montreal, Los Angeles haven't decided yet which goalie is their #1.

I'm looking forward to read your comments.
Filed Under:   goalies   wins   brodeur   luongo   lundqvist   biron   giguere  
August 17, 2007 6:26 PM ET | Delete
Dipietro is top 10 without a doubt...biron has more wins??? haha
August 17, 2007 6:38 PM ET | Delete
Even though I think Lundqvist is a great goalie I think the wins are a little bit too high.
August 17, 2007 6:39 PM ET | Delete
i understand that everyone is looking forward to this years seasonbut these prediction posts are the most assanine wastes of time
August 17, 2007 6:49 PM ET | Delete
I love how Marty just barely beats Luongo again.
August 17, 2007 6:53 PM ET | Delete
Fluery with 39 wins....and a 3.50 GA??
August 17, 2007 7:10 PM ET | Delete
Sure Roloson had a bad season last year but so did their whole team and there's no way Labarbera is going to get more wins then him.
August 17, 2007 7:31 PM ET | Delete
i know nashville wont win 50 again this year but mason will make the list because they will still be above average and he will play ALOT
August 17, 2007 7:47 PM ET | Delete
mason will have 35 wins. no doubt.
August 18, 2007 12:26 AM ET | Delete
Marty will have close to the same amount of wins to Lundqvist, I say around the 38-42 range because the Atlantic is a tougher division. There are a lot of better teams and even though some teams aren't as strong as they should be, they'll still be able to pull off good wins. I expect lower win totals from the Eastern Conference this year, the most being 42 coming from Lundqvist becauase the Rangers still need to solidify their defense. Giguere will stand out and I believe he will be the one with 45. I think Brodeur will have no hard feelings playing less because he'll be fresh for the playoffs, which means Weekes will only really earn his paycheck in the regular season because he won't play unless Martys game goes to hell
August 18, 2007 12:36 PM ET | Delete
Naby will not be on that list at the end of the season lol hahha its a sad sad time in san jose when there own fans boo there G. but seriously if u ever watched a game last season for the sharks half the crowd booed naby.
August 18, 2007 1:49 PM ET | Delete
it's kind of like predicting the weather....
August 18, 2007 5:51 PM ET | Delete
you are on drugs... this is completely wrong.Brodeur is too O - L - D! Put him at 10 or so.Ryan Miller will have more wins than 37, I am fairly confident
August 18, 2007 10:28 PM ET | Delete
good job
August 19, 2007 12:51 AM ET | Delete
What is the rational on why you have Backstrom 13th. He had the lowest goals against average last year, and he plays for a team on the rise.. Curious ??
August 19, 2007 2:21 AM ET | Delete
the list isn't bad but Lababera with 28 wins.... I would be suprised if he plays that many before sending him back the minors
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