Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Goalies for the 2010 Olympic U.S.A. Mens Hockey Team

The battle for the top spot for the U.S.A. men's Olympic hockey team was a tough choice with so many contenders playing at the top of their game. They picked 3 goalies and 1 alternate goalie just in case someone gets injured.

These goalies are 35 year old Tim Thomas of the Boston Bruins, 29 year old Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres, and 24 year old Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings. Their alternate goalie is Craig Anderson of the Colorado Avalanche.

Tim Thomas: 12 wins, 2.31 GAA, 0.921 SV%, 4 Shutouts

Ryan Miller: 23 wins, 2.02 GAA, 0.934 SV%, 5 Shutouts

Jonathan Quick: 23 wins, 2.56 GAA, 0.907 SV%, 0 Shutouts

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