...Jimmy's a decent goalie. He doesn't win you games. He doesn't lose you games. He's about to be way overpaid for such a goalie. But, whatever I guess. He's here for the next seven years. He's decent. At age 29, he's probably got at least 5 more decent seasons in him. Petr Mrazek (21) is a prospect I personally really like, and he should at least make for a decent backup (if not someone who pushes Jimmy). Gus is here for one more season, then probably replaced by him. I guess we're set at goalie for the foreseeable future as well. McCollum is at least worth mentioning as potentially being a decent third goalie.
As with others, you lost me here. Jimmy is an excellent goalie who, with the exception of his 2011-2012 season (the dreaded sophomore slump) has had a case for team MVP every season he has been the starter. If you hadn't noticed, he carried the team to the playoffs in his rookie season, kept the team out of the dumpster in the first half of 2011-2012, and, with the exception of a few stinkers the likes of which every goalie on earth has from time to time, has played wonderfully this season.
GOOD LORD. I said I think Jimmy is decent, and we're set with him. You think Jimmy is some level of good, and we're set with him. Either way, we're all in agreement that we're set with him. Leave the semantics alone. Talk about something more relevant.
Statistics are statistics. There are no semantics where statistics are involved.