Originally Posted by lucifer316
fair enough however i was pointing to his season stats when making that statement not the single game
a drop off from last season was expected for both goalies given the numbers
at this point elliotts numbers look to have dropped a bit more than halaks
fair enough. neither goalie has looked especially sharp this year, yet the blues have won in spite of this. both halak and elliot have each had one really terrible game in which they have been pulled. before last night, I would have said elliot was again the more poised goalie of the two. regardless, the blues don't need elite goaltending to win (in the regular season) so both goalies will continue to split time even if there are bumps along the way. and i agree, no way either goalie posts percentages like last year.