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Ranking Brodeur

from Jeff Z. Klein and Karl-Eric Reif of the New York Times,

His performance also revived the discussions usually heard around playoff time: that Brodeur is the best goalie of this era. It is hard to argue with the evidence: three Cups; game-in, game-out consistency through 13 seasons; exemplary conduct on and off the ice. But is he really the best?
His main rivals for those laurels would have to be Patrick Roy and Dominik Hasek. Roy had four Stanley Cup championships to his credit by the time he retired in 2003, two with Montreal and two with Colorado — one more than Brodeur.

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