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With Petey falling off in scoring, do you think Binnington has a chance at winning the Calder? (Votes are cast pre-playoffs)


iBlueGreen

Petterson, Dalhin or Binnington for Calder?  

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I hate to say it, but binnington carried st Louis to the playoffs. However Petey played more games and took much more abuse day in and day out. The length of the season really wore down Petey. I hope he gets 1 or 2  more goals. 

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Goalies can get hot. Remember Andrew Hammond? He dragged the Senators to a playoff spot a couple of years ago with a crazy 20-1-2 run. That was his rookie season. Ekblad won the Calder that year. 

 

Edit: the other finals were Gaudreau and Stone. So Hammond wasn't even a finalist edit: Hammond was 1 year too old to be a rookie

 

Ekblad: 12-27-39 in 81 GP 

Gaudreau: 24-40-64 in 80 GP

Stone: 26-38-64 in 80 GP

Pettersson this season: 27-38-65 in 68 GP

Dahlin this season: 8-33-41 in 80 GP

Heiskanin this season: 12-21-33 in 80 GP

 

Hammond's stats that season: 20-1-2. 1.79 GAA 0.941 SV% and 3 shutouts

Binnington's stats this season: 22-5-0 1.85 GAA 0.928 SV% and 5 shutouts

Similar but Hammond looks better

 

 

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He's amazing, but I don't see a goalie winning it unless they play 40+ games. I think EP wins in a landslide. Dahlin and Binnington will be lucky to get a few votes here and there for 1st. I think even Binnington might not beat out Tkachuk for 3rd.

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8 minutes ago, Stamkos said:

If the Blues get past the first round then Binnington gets it. If not, it’s Peteys to lose. 

Playoffs have no implications on all individual awards except for the Conn Smythe.

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8 minutes ago, Where's Wellwood said:

Is the voting actually done before the playoffs? because even though the playoffs "don't" matter for those awards, voters are easily swayed by recent memory

It is done right after the end of the regular season and before the playoffs. They just hold off on the results until the awards show.

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3 minutes ago, -AJ- said:

He's amazing, but I don't see a goalie winning it unless they play 40+ games. I think EP wins in a landslide. Dahlin and Binnington will be lucky to get a few votes here and there for 1st. I think even Binnington might not beat out Tkachuk for 3rd.

Interesting perspective, as Markstrom just won Canuck's MVP.  It would be great to see if Petey can get a couple of goals or hat trick on Binnington on the last game against the blues.  If he does, I'll lean towards your perspective ;).  I do want Petey to win, but wow, Binnington looks like the real deal as well.

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1 minute ago, iBlueGreen said:

Interesting perspective, as Markstrom just won Canuck's MVP.  It would be great to see if Petey can get a couple of goals or hat trick on Binnington on the last game against the blues.  If he does, I'll lean towards your perspective ;).  I do want Petey to win, but wow, Binnington looks like the real deal as well.

If Binnington had his current numbers with 45 or 50 games, I think he'd actually win it over Pettersson, but it'd be a close vote. He's been incredible this year and I'm interested to see if he can keep it up for next year.

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1 hour ago, Stamkos said:

If the Blues get past the first round then Binnington gets it. If not, it’s Peteys to lose. 

I think Binnington has to do a lot more than just win a round. 

 

He's 25 and having a good run. 

 

Pettersson is 20 and had 10 goals in his first 10 games. 7 GWG. Not to mention his highlight reel passes, shootout goals, and defensive plays.

 

big difference!

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If Pettersson totally dried up then the Calder goes to Binnington but he is still producing assists so he hasn't exactly fallen off the map. If Petey doesn't get the Calder then the NHL is rigged against the Canucks.

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