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Lightning's post-lockout goalie leaders

Bishop's burst

It's only early November but Ben Bishop, with 11 victories through 13 games, is at least halfway to full-season win totals for the Lightning's primary goaltenders the past few seasons. Here are his statistics thus far this season, compared to full-season stats since the 2004-05 lockout for the Lightning's primary goalies (the ones who played the most games in their respective seasons):

Season Goaltender Record GAA Save pct.
2013-14 Ben Bishop 11-2-0 2.12 .927
2013 Anders Lindback 10-10-1 2.90 .902
2011-12 Mathieu Garon 23-16-4 2.85 .901
2010-11* Dwayne Roloson 18-12-4 2.56 .912
2009-10 Antero Niitymaki 21-18-5 2.87 .909
2008-09 Mike Smith 14-18-9 2.62 .916
2007-08 Johan Holmqvist 20-16-6 3.01 .890
2006-07* Johan Holmqvist 27-15-3 2.85 .893
2005-06* John Grahame 29-22-1 3.06 .889

* Team went to playoffs; those stats not included

Lightning's post-lockout goalie leaders 11/10/13 [Last modified: Sunday, November 10, 2013 11:02pm]
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