MRandall25 wrote:Fleury and Vokoun are 2 different goalies. Fleury is at his best when he isn't scrambling around covering the defense's mistakes because he was never taught how to handle it. Vokoun, with the experience, can play with a crappy D because he's been playing with crappy defenses his entire career (especially during his time in Florida, where he consistently saw 40+ shots a game), and has learned from experience.
So yes, it is possible that 2 goalies can play differently with the same defense in front of them.
I'm not sure if you intended to, but you just made an argument for Vokoun being the better goalie.
Also: Vokoun was capable of learning to deal with adversity through experience, but it has to be taught to MAF? He's not capable of learning on his own?