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

    3.6%
  3. Don Beaupre

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  4. Gilles Meloche

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  5. Olaf Kölzig

    3.6%
  6. none of the above

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  1. Big Phil

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    Right. You just take into account that like in the standings 90 points isn't what it used to be for a team either. 90 points probably gets you on the outside of the playoffs. So a goalie who is 30-25-7 is average more or less.
     
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    NONE OF THEM HAVE LOSING RECORDS, NO MATTER HOW YOU LOOK AT IT, AND THEY NEVER WILL. THEY WILL ALL RETIRE WITH WINNING RECORDS

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    Yes, he would be inducted in the Builders category, like Emile Francis, and he has a losing record as a goaltender.

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    Even if he plays next season, he will keep on winning more games, and losing less games in regular time and OT.
     
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    To be honest, I wouldn't vote for any of these candidates to get in.
     
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    I'd say none
     
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    As others mentioned, none are Hall worthy. However, if I absolutely had to enshrine one of them, I would choose Kolzig.
     
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    Ya, agree... he's about the closest but still falls short.
     
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    The idea of allowing the competing teams to generate an extra "point" so that the value of a given contest is variable, is so insane a violation of zero-sum gamesmanship that I couldn't believe a major league would even consider it. A statistical sin as well: Hey, look, just about every team is above average now!
     
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    Ya. Madness. Look what they done to our game. Unbelievable. Beyond a Pet Peeve. Incensed generations of fans.
     
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    Curious as to who voted for Sean Burke? Made a grand entrance with the underdog Devils in 1988. And had a nice late-career stint with Phoenix. Everything in between was...rather un-HOF caliber.
     
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    1 for Khabibulin, 1 for Kolzig, 1 for Burke, and 17 for none so far.
     
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    Not me.
     
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    Khabibulin has 1 Stanley Cup championship, like Chuck Gardiner. Gump Worsley has 4.
     
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    So does Antti Niemi.
     
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