Who Will Be The Next Goaltender With A Losing Record To Be Inducted Into The Hockey Hall Of Fame?

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Who Will Be The Next Goaltender With A Losing Record To Be Inducted Into The Hockey Hall Of Fame?

  1. Nikolai Khabibulin

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  2. Sean Burke

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  3. Don Beaupre

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  4. Gilles Meloche

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  5. Olaf Kölzig

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  6. none of the above

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  1. The Roy Of Ottawa

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    Who Will Be The Next Goaltender With A Losing Record To Be Inducted Into The Hockey Hall Of Fame?

    Nikolai Khabibulin
    Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Nikolai Khabibulin

    Olaf Kolzig
    Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Olie Kolzig

    Sean Burke
    Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Sean Burke

    Don Beaupre
    Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Don Beaupre

    Gilles Meloche
    Legends of Hockey -- NHL Player Search -- Player -- Gilles Meloche

    GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING NHL RECORDS INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. 1945: Chuck Gardiner (NHL - Regular Season: 316-112-152-52-42 - Playoffs: 21-12-6-3-5) 1 Stanley Cup
    02. 1958: Hugh Lehman (NHL - Regular Season: 48-20-24-4-6 - Playoffs: 2-0-1-1-0)
    03. 1969: Roy Worters (NHL - Regular Season: 484-171-229-83-67 - Playoffs: 11-3-6-2-3)
    04. 1980: Gump Worsley (NHL - Regular Season: 861-335-352-150-43 - Playoffs: 70-40-26-5) 4 Stanley Cups
    05. 1982: Emile Francis (NHL - Regular Season 95-31-52-11 - Playoffs - No record) Inducted in Builders Category
     
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  2. Warm Cookies

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    None of the above.
     
  3. The Roy Of Ottawa

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    Nikolai Khabibulin (1 Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay Lightning in 2004; All-Star 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003)
    Regular Season: 799 Games Played; 333 Wins; 373 Losses; 58 Ties; 46 Shutouts; GAA 2.72
    Playoffs: 72 Games Played; 39 Wins; 31 Losses; 6 Shutouts; GAA 2.40
    Regular Season plus playoffs: 372-404-58 (52 Shutouts)

    Sean Burke (All-Star 1989, 2001, 2002)
    Regular Season: 820 Games Played; 324 Wins; 350 Losses; 110 Ties; 38 Shutouts; GAA 2.95
    Playoffs: 38 Games Played; 12 Wins; 23 Losses; 1 Shutout; GAA 3.31
    Regular Season plus playoffs: 336-373-110 (39 Shutouts)
     
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    I'm with Warm Cookies on this one TROO.... really not seeing any of those Goaltenders getting in. Interesting, you make a decent case with the #'s but thats just not enough, in each case, come up short.
     
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    Don Beaupre is never making the Hockey Hall of Fame

    You don't need to include him as an option in anymore polls
     
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    Not sure where you're getting your numbers (I recommend my site :D ) but Khabibulin has 58 ties, and 39 overtime losses.

    I know that you get a point for them, but they are losses.
     
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    Also a bit odd to base Hugh Lehman's career on what he did as a 41-year-old and a 42-year-old, after a stellar major pro career mostly in Vancouver.
     
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    Roberto Luongo is only 4 games above .500 for his career. So it's possible it could be him, if you assume him to be a future HOFer.
     
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    How come no one is voting?
     
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    Several people have told you why. I haven't voted because you didn't provide an option that I feel comfortable voting for.
     
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    Because none of those goaltenders has the slightest chance of ever being inducted.

    I guess you could maybe argue Khabibulin didn't have a demonstrably worse career than Gerry Cheevers; regardless, he's not getting in.
     
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    Roberto Luongo used to have a losing record, but not anymore. He managed to erase that, and good for him.
     
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    I could probably be talked into Meloche.
     
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    Amazing what counting overtime wins as "wins" and overtime losses not as "losses" does for just about every goaltender's WLT records these days, isn't it?
     
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    Yes, I know, but I'm basing this strictly on NHL records.
     
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    Hey, it's your thread. But if we both agree that it's weird to do it, it seems like we could do something about it.
     
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    His record could quickly revert back to a losing one, unless you have some inside information that he is now retiring. As I stated, he's only 4 games above .500 (according to Dr. No's goalie site).
     
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    Although I haven't updated for 2017-18 yet. He will be 471-376-33-86 (or 471-462 when you fold OT losses into losses).
     
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    There are some things you can't count on the HHOF website for. They have not separated OTL from the ties section for a lot of the goaltender candidates they have listed.
     
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    The poll should really only be between Nikolai Khabibulin and Sean Burke.
     
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