The new NHL rules will have an effect on goaltenders. How much of an effect remains to be seen, writes Darren Pang.
A look at the games of Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff and Vancouver's Dan Cloutier.
A look at the games of St. Louis' Chris Osgood and San Jose's Evgeni Nabokov.
A look at the games of Dallas' Marty Turco and Colorado's David Aebischer.
A look at the games of Montreal's Jose Theodore and Boston's Andrew Raycroft.
A look at the games of Nashville's Tomas Vokoun and Detroit's Curtis Joseph and Manny Legace.
A look at the games of New Jersey's Martin Brodeur and Philadelphia's Robert Esche and Sean Burke
A look at the games of New York's Rick DiPietro and Tampa Bay's Nikolai Khabibulin.
A look at the games of Ottawa's Patrick Lalime and Toronto's Ed Belfour
Roberto Luongo may be worthy of the Vezina, but Jose Theodore tops this week's rankings.
Roberto Luongo may not make the playoffs, but he makes the top of this week's rankings.
Successful goalies focus on opponents' goals, not how many their team is scoring at the other end.
Former Blackhawks defenseman Keith Magnuson epitomized what the team stood for.
Miikka Kiprusoff's close wins have him at the top of the rankings and Calgary in the playoff race.
With three shutouts in five games, Devils goalie Martin Brodeur earns the top spot for the week.
Many NHL coaches are finding that sometimes two goalies are better than one.