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#21 mattkientz

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 07:36 PM

QUOTE (BlakChamber @ August 5, 2005 - 05:01PM)
Is neither an option?

But really, I'd rather have Ozzie back.

Of course, that's like saying I'd rather have the clap than herpes.

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 09:07 PM

Lets see, 2nd all time in Shutouts on the Wings, 2 stanley cups. vs. Thibault who has done... nothing? I'll take Osgood, thanks.
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Posted 05 August 2005 - 09:57 PM

QUOTE (hockeycrazy3033 @ August 5, 2005 - 05:07PM)
osgood is just well?

Over 300 wins
One of the highest winning percentages by a goaltender in NHL history
3 All Star Games
2 Stanley Cups
Career goals against of 2.44
Top 4 in the league of goaltenders with most shutouts
2nd best goaltender stats wise in Wings history
MVP of the year in 02 for the Isles
Played on a Blues team suffering without their best players, and still taking them to the playoffs
Jennings trophy

Oh yes indeed Osgood is just "well" how can he possibly be better than T-bo? WHAT GAMES DO U PEOPLE WATCH? Lord Have Mercy. WHAT HAS JOCELYN DONE THAT IS SO ABSOLUTELY GREAT? Really, I'd LOVE to know. Please inform me.

I would like Osgood back. He got pimped. Like you stated you can't argue those stats...Plus in his 1st year in NYI, started 66 games won 32 lost 24 tied 6 and 4 SO...As long as we get him cheap...He's also a familiar face, played with half the team. And knows what he's getting into here with the fans...
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#24 Err0rB0Y4o4

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 10:17 PM

Thibault
2003-04 - 14-5-7-2 - 2.85 .913
2002-03 - 62-26-28-7 - 2.37 .915
2001-02 - 67-33-23-9 - 2.48 .902
Career - 2.69 .905
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Osgood
2003-04 - 67-31-5-8 - 2.24 .910
2002-03 - 46-21-17-6 - 2.95 .892
2001-02 - 66-32-25-6 - 2.5 .910
Career - 2.44 .907


Stop the "what has Thibault done?" posts. Look at the Sav% and GAA. Not a big difference when Thibault is playing for Chicago and Osgood is in St.Louis.

I'd perfer Thibault(not by more more) but it depends on the price, I dont see Chicago handing him over.
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Posted 05 August 2005 - 10:52 PM

QUOTE (ReturntoGlory13 @ August 5, 2005 - 05:22PM)
Osgood won most of those honors on stacked Red Wings teams. Being on a good team makes u alot better than u really are. And for this thread, neither.

So whats your opinion of Grant Fuhr, Ken Dryden, and Patrick Roy?? They played on "stacked" teams. Just because you are the goalie for a "stacked" team doesn't mean you win. Ask Ron Hextall, ask Tim Cheveldae, ask Eddie Belfour from his years in Chicago, ask CuJo. Ozzie got the job done in Detroit, and like it or not, its looking like he WILL be the guy the Wings sign.

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 11:08 PM

QUOTE (Err0rB0Y4o4 @ August 6, 2005 - 12:17AM)
Thibault
2003-04 - 14-5-7-2 - 2.85 .913
2002-03 - 62-26-28-7 - 2.37 .915
2001-02 - 67-33-23-9 - 2.48 .902
Career - 2.69 .905
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Osgood
2003-04 - 67-31-5-8 - 2.24 .910
2002-03 - 46-21-17-6 - 2.95 .892
2001-02 - 66-32-25-6 - 2.5 .910
Career - 2.44 .907


Stop the "what has Thibault done?" posts. Look at the Sav% and GAA. Not a big difference when Thibault is playing for Chicago and Osgood is in St.Louis.

I'd perfer Thibault(not by more more) but it depends on the price, I dont see Chicago handing him over.

Khabibulin AND Thibault is one hell of a tandem... No way that would happen. Thibault is going somewhere, just where...

#27 norrisnick

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Posted 05 August 2005 - 11:15 PM

QUOTE (vadim @ August 5, 2005 - 11:08PM)
QUOTE (Err0rB0Y4o4 @ August 6, 2005 - 12:17AM)
Thibault
2003-04 - 14-5-7-2    - 2.85 .913
2002-03 - 62-26-28-7 - 2.37 .915
2001-02 - 67-33-23-9 - 2.48 .902
Career - 2.69 .905
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Osgood
2003-04 - 67-31-5-8 - 2.24 .910
2002-03 - 46-21-17-6 - 2.95 .892
2001-02 - 66-32-25-6 - 2.5  .910
Career - 2.44 .907


Stop the "what has Thibault done?" posts. Look at the Sav% and GAA. Not a big difference when Thibault is playing for Chicago and Osgood is in St.Louis.

I'd perfer Thibault(not by more more) but it depends on the price, I dont see Chicago handing him over.

Khabibulin AND Thibault is one hell of a tandem... No way that would happen. Thibault is going somewhere, just where...

Likely Tampa. lol

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#28 redwings1914

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 12:27 AM

QUOTE (norrisnick @ August 6, 2005 - 12:15AM)
QUOTE (vadim @ August 5, 2005 - 11:08PM)
QUOTE (Err0rB0Y4o4 @ August 6, 2005 - 12:17AM)
Thibault
2003-04 - 14-5-7-2    - 2.85 .913
2002-03 - 62-26-28-7 - 2.37 .915
2001-02 - 67-33-23-9 - 2.48 .902
Career - 2.69 .905
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Osgood
2003-04 - 67-31-5-8 - 2.24 .910
2002-03 - 46-21-17-6 - 2.95 .892
2001-02 - 66-32-25-6 - 2.5  .910
Career - 2.44 .907


Stop the "what has Thibault done?" posts. Look at the Sav% and GAA. Not a big difference when Thibault is playing for Chicago and Osgood is in St.Louis.

I'd perfer Thibault(not by more more) but it depends on the price, I dont see Chicago handing him over.

Khabibulin AND Thibault is one hell of a tandem... No way that would happen. Thibault is going somewhere, just where...

Likely Tampa. lol

peace

that would be pretty funny
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#29 eva unit zero

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 08:17 AM

Tampa will probably sign Joseph if Pittsburgh doesn't.
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#30 ProfessorLidstrom5

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 08:41 PM

Cloutier I mean Osgood SUCKS!!!!!! Man I always get those two mixed up...lol

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