As per request from @Ripshot 43 before the season started, I have been reviewing every goal against in the league on every night since the season started. Early on, I made the mistake of not just making a chart with every goalie to play this year and keeping track that way. So the other night, I had to go through almost a month's worth of reviews and count them and put down every goalie in the league on a file on my computer, and count their stoppable goals and type them down. Then update them for the remainder of the season. I think this is a great opportunity to see if save percentages and poor goalie play will be congruent, at least over a full season. Absolutely they aren't necessarily on a game by game basis. I've never done this for every goalie in the league, but have been doing it for the goalies of my favorite team for years now. I remember finding in Brodeur's first decline year in save percentage, the stoppable goals went up. And they went up by a lot in his last year in the league. I think for the goals against Cory Schneider in 15-16, fewer than 20% of the goals he allowed were stoppable. Then the next year, his save percentage went down to commode and the stoppable goal count was something closer to 30%, which continued into the next year and I don't expect it to change this year. I also remember watching Darling's goals against, just because he had a historically bad season last year and almost 50% of his goals against were stoppable. It was definitely well over 40%. I wanna see if the eye test really confirms to me that the goalie is playing as poor as the save percentage indicates over a full season. So this is what I've found so far. This is probably gonna be long, but I'm listing every goalie that's played a minute this year and their save percentages, as well as the stoppable goals against. There's still some anomalies here, as it's very early in the season. I've found Grubauer has a low stoppable goal count for his poor save percentage, I've also found Hellebuyck has a higher stoppable goal count so far for having a just slightly below league average save percentage. Varlamov, Rinne, Halak and Brossoit all have higher save percentages and lower stoppable goal counts. While Allen, Smith, Ward and Holtby all have poor save percentages and all have hit double digits in stoppable goals already. It looks like I'm gonna have to break this up into two posts, because 67 goalies that have played at least one game this year and that's gonna be a long post. So let me get to that!