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    Default Goalie Rank - Wins

    Please rank these for wins-only:

    Saros
    Binnington
    Lehner
    Hart
    Bishop
    Hutton
    Demko

    Feel free to tier these into short-term and long-term if that helps.
    Obviously tougher to gauge to Lehner who may sign elsewhere as a UFA.
    I really like Saros as the heir-apparent to Rinne's crease.
    It's also hard to ignore what Hart, Lehner and Binnington accomplished this past season.

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    next year:

    Bishop/Binnington
    Lehner/Hart
    Saros
    Demko
    Hutton

    Long term -3yrs
    Hart
    Saros
    Bishop
    Binnington
    Demko
    Lehner

    Hutton
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    Ranked by projected wins next year:

    Binnington
    Bishop
    Lehner (assuming he re-signs with the Islanders)
    Hart
    Hutton
    Saros
    Demko
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaDawg View Post
    Ranked by projected wins next year:

    Binnington
    Bishop
    Lehner (assuming he re-signs with the Islanders)
    Hart
    Hutton
    Saros
    Demko
    i like this ranking other than Bishop over Binnington...i think Allan will get more starts than Bishop's back up
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    Bishop
    Hart
    Binnington
    Lehner
    Hutton
    Saros
    Demko

    Demko is the bottom of the list because he gets the least starts, by far.
    Saros is next because he's still only going to get 30-35 starts from Rinne at most.
    Hutton gets a 40-45 start share in Buffalo, winning half.
    Lehner gets 50 starts with the Isles (or other team like CGY/EDM/CLB) and wins 28 or so.
    Binnington slows down a little, and gets about the same 28-32 wins as Lehner.
    Hart plays 55+ games for Philly, winning 33.
    Bishop wins 35+ on a Dallas team that finishes second in the Central.

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    If you're looking 3+ years down the line:
    Hart
    Binnington/Saros
    Bishop
    Lehner
    Demko
    Hutton
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    Default Re: Goalie Rank - Wins

    Next Year:

    Bishop
    Lehner - Depending on where he lands could move up or down
    Binnington
    Hart
    Hutton
    Saros
    Demko

    Long term future, Saros/Hart are my favorites. Saros could supplant Rinne in the next couple of years, Hart could develop into a top 10 goalie in the league as well. Bishop starts to slide down as he ages but could have 3-5 solid years left. Binnington is an unknown for me at this time, I'm not as sold on him and I think he settles in as a reliable average NHL goalie with a few great seasons mixed in (think Fleury/Jones/Dubnyk). Hutton will be out of the league by the time his contract is up in 2021. Demko could be solid but is still below the other young guys on your list.

    Honestly, Lehner is the biggest wildcard for me here. If he lands a #1 gig somewhere that he can play 55-60 games for a solid team, he could be an elite goalie in the league for a couple of seasons. He's still relatively young too. But if he lands in a timeshare on a team that isn't managed well, I could see his career starting to fade again. Hoping he lands in a good situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Belexus75 View Post
    i like this ranking other than Bishop over Binnington...i think Allan will get more starts than Bishop's back up
    Very true, though I think St. Louis will try dealing Allen this summer.
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    Defense: S. Gostisbehere, M. Heiskanen, O. Ekman-Larsson, S. Girard
    Goalie: P. Grubauer, S. Varlamov

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaDawg View Post
    Very true, though I think St. Louis will try dealing Allen this summer.
    agree with this notion as well - he might turn things around in a different atmosphere / system .

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