I was watching analysts on Leafs TV discuss the issue, and someone brought up Bernie Parent, and how he's often overlooked on these lists. He went on to say that Parent probably spent more time short-handed on average than most other notable elite goaltenders, and that should count for a lot. And I agree with him. So it got me thinking, is there any kind of stats in existence that shows which goaltenders spent more time short-handed on average and throughout their careers? And if not, who do you think would be near the top of the list?