At the end of the 2003-04 season, the Calgary Flames and their fans were on top of the world. They had the second best team in hockey, and quite possibly the number one goalie. It seemed as though Miikka Kiprusoff was destined to capture Vezina trophies with the same amount of ease it took him to capture the hearts of Flames fans. But after four seasons ofáa steadily declining goals against average, that saw Kipper go from the modern day NHL record of 1.69 to dangerously close to allowing three goals per game, many around the NHL were wondering if we had seen the best of the Finnish keeper. Though the Flames had a decent record through October to start the 2009-10 season, Kiprusoff was inconsistent at best, and at timesáwas like watching a stripper on speed, he may have been moving fast ...
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