Age and parity knocked down myths and forced a regime change among veteran goaltenders in the 2003 playoffs, and in Tuesday night's Game 7 triple-header in particular.
Nearly every analyst will argue for taking a playoff veteran over a netminder still proving himself, but that experience wasn't a factor Tuesday night. The three losing goalies not only had more postseason wins than their Game 7 opponents, all three had Stanley Cup victories on their résumé.
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