Billy Smith’s playoff accomplishments are legendary.
But are his stats good enough for him to be discussed among the greatest NHL goalies ever?
Listen to us discuss Billy Smith’s Hockey Hall of Fame case and where he ranks all time:
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Does Grant Fuhr belong in the Hall of Fame?
Sure, he has Cups and a Vezina. And he has the record for most goalie games played in a single season.
But he also has extremely mediocre stats compared to his contemporaries, most of whom are not in the Hall of Fame like he is.
Then, there’s this other thing: he’s arguably the first ever African Canadian (or African American) hockey star in history. A true trail-blazer.
So does he belong?
Listen to us debate his case here:
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The Dominator had a nearly unrivaled stretch of goalie dominance during the Dead Puck Era.
But it was only 6 years. Is that enough for Dominik Hasek to be considered the Greatest Goalie of All Time?
Listen to us talk about Hasek here:
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Martin Brodeur has more wins and more Shut-Outs than any other NHL goalie ever. And his puck-handling transformed hockey to the point the NHL had to change the rules.
Does this make him the GOAT?
Listen to us discuss his case:
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That’s the question we seek to answer in our latest episode.
Roy has longevity and some incredible playoff runs, but doesn’t have the same kind of sustained regular season peaks as some other greats.
Listen to us talk about Roy here:
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