You realize that when the NHL does resume, there's a good chance that around 25% (15 of 60), if not more, of the goalies in the NHL will be rookies? I'm not 100% sure on all the goalies' qualifications for rookie status, but for practical purposes, they will be NHL freshmen... ANA: Bryzgalov. Tough year for him, but he still deserves the backup gig. He can rebound from this past year without going back to the AHL. ATL: Lehtonen. BOS: Toivonen. BUF: Miller... still considered a rookie? Not sure, but essentially it'll be his first full year. CGY: not likely CAR: Ward CHI: both Leighton and Anderson would be sophomores, so no one. COL: Budaj... even Sauve would technically still be a rookie. CLB: Leclaire... his injury complicates things, but still has a good shot at the N next year DAL: Ellis/Smith probably shouldn't be in the N yet, but backing up Turco doesn't require a lot of appearances. DET: MacDonald could be the backup. EDM: no one FLA: no one LA: no one MIN: not likely for Harding yet. MTL: not likely for Danis quite yet. NSH: Finley might make it a tough decision... no guarantees, that's for sure. NJ: Ahonen could make it, whether he deserves it or not. Backups in NJ only face about 7 shots all year anyways. NYI: Dubielewicz came down to earth this past year... not a guarantee for the backup job. NYR: likely to have a rookie, whether it's Lundqvist, Montoya, or even LaBarbera as a placeholder. OTT: Emery might make it, no guarantees. PHI: Niittymaki definitely will make it PHX: poor LeNeveu down in Utah... not likely to make it yet. PIT: Fleury SJ: no one STL: possible for a Bacashihua/Sanford... not likely, though. TB: no one TOR: Tellqvist isn't a rookie, though he is in T.O. VAN: Auld... is he still a rookie? WSH: Ouellet. So what does this mean? Could be a good way to increase scoring, at least temporarily.