Originally Posted by ross10019
Simple, he'll throw up a stinker at some point, Hiller will get back in, will play well, and that'll be it (at least for any talk of Fasth being clear cut starter). Even then Hiller won't get in 90% of the remaining games the way he did last year, although that was true even before the season started, probably was going to be somewhat of a platoon with Hiller 1A from the outset.
Exactly. Hiller is an excellent goalie. Just because he stunk to start the season and then got injured is nowhere near enough to conclude that Fasth has overtaken him. At the very least, they'll be splitting starts once Hiller returns.