What goalie has been the best of the tourney?

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  1. I haven't seen it, but I'd say Lasak or Vokoun.
     
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    Where´s DIVIS ??? :mad: :mad: :mad:

    he is defently the best goalie of the tournament
     
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    Although Henrik Lundqvist have played very well for Sweden, I must say I'm impressed with Jan Lasak. He seems to always be on the top when he plays for Slovakia.

    Another interesting note: Lundqvist is the only goalie in this bunch without any games in the NHL.
     
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    considering what opponents team Canada have faced so far I am very surprised he has received so many votes..

    then again, Vokoun hasn't really been tested as much either.
     
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    I voted Lasak

    but I think Divis deserves some credit too
     
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    Ty Conklin has been phenomenal. The U.S team was outplayed badly against Russia and Slovakia, and Conklin basically won 3 points for his team.
     
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    Conklin's played well, but the match against Russia at least was evenly played.
     
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    In terms of shots maybe, but Russia had many more quality scoring chances, including a few shots that hit the post.
     
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    WOW, whata kind of great saves... He is the best... :lol :lol
     
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    :shakehead
     
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    Henrik Lundqvist has been most impressive this far. Vokoun, Luongo, Divis been good too. Bührer was great yesterday. Gerber and Lasak have been better before.
     
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    Another vote for Divis.
     
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    Divis has been quite good, but i was really impressed by Irbe and Kölzig. The goalies are the reason why Latvia and Germany have advanced.
     
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