I always considered these 2 in the upper class of goaltenders since 1990. They are not Roy, Brodeur or Hasek good but they are still some of the best goalies to ever play the position. If you had to choose one goalie to have on your team for the season and playoffs who would you choose? Lets review the works of Ed Belfour first: 963GP 484W 320L 125T 14OTL 76SO 2.50G.A.A .906SV% Awards: 1 Calder Trophy 4 Jennings Trophies 2 Vezinas 2 First Team All Stars 1 2nd All Star team Won Stanley Cup in 99 Lost in Stanley Cup Finals in 91/92 and 99/00 He also has 88 Wins in the Playoffs with a sparkling 2.17 G.A.A and .920 SV% Curtis Joseph 943GP 454W 352L 90T/OTL 51SO 2.79 G.A.A .906 SV% Awards: None Cup Finals: None Cujo has 63 Playoff wins and a 2.45G.A.A and .917 SV% At first glance (and ignoring awards) the numbers are very similar. However I think Belfour had a better Career and Peak than Cujo. Cujo couldn't raise his game enough to win the Stanley Cup or make the finals even once while Belfour won the Cup and made the finals 3 times. Along the way to his only Stanley Cup Belfour beat Roy, and Hasek head to head. I think Belfour is a top 5 goalie since 1980 (Didn't want to go to far back in history cause I didnt see many players before 1980 play and it wouldnt be a fair comparision) looking at his stats and awards. He was a product of his system (especially with Dallas) but he was a major reason why that team had the success they did and Dallas haven't been back to the finals since he left. Cujo is a very good goalie but not great. Would I consider Cujo in the hall of fame? Maybe. Would I consider Belfour ..In a heart beat yes.