The General Manager Corner: Free Agent Goalies

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Apr 28, 2014; Columbus, OH, USA; Columbus Blue Jackets fans react after their team

Apr 28, 2014; Columbus, OH, USA; Columbus Blue Jackets fans react after their team

After an exhilarating playoffs, general managers have their checkbooks ready and are preparing to throw themselves into the free agent pool.  While general managers get ready for the crazy shopping season, we are going to put our general manager hat and make some educated guesses as to where the big ticket guys end up.

Over the next two weeks we are going to break down the best available free agents by position. While a majority of these players will be overpaid and have their fan bases calling for their heads by Christmas, at least they’ll give their new team a shot at the “July Cup.”

We are going to start with the goalies. Overall the list is unimpressive and there only appears to be two goalies with the chance to start the season as their team’s number one.  But there are some strong backup options available for the signing. So without further ado:

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Tags: Calgary Flames Evgeni Nabokov Jonas Hiller Martin Brodeur NHL Free Agency Ryan Miller San Jose Sharks Thomas Greiss Washington Capitals

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