As the poster above you said, "Prove it".
When it comes to who a better goaltender is between Roy and Hasek, Roy wins hands down. A conn Smythe combined with a Stanley cup ring > better than any other trophy out there. Roy has 3 of those, 1 more than any other PLAYER in the history of the nhl. Not only is Roy the best goaltender in hockey history, he might just be the best player in hockey history.
Who's to say Roy, Hasek or Brodeur are the greatest players/goalies of all time?
Who says stats, or trophies determine it?
Who's to say some guy back in 1920's, 1930's, 1940's wasn't better. Back when they played a lot less games, with lesser equipment, and not near as tight a checking style game.
Who's to say that had that guy played in this day and age he'd be the best.
Back in those days there where way fewer teams = fewer players = having to be the best of the best to play on a team...who's to say that maybe, just maybe there was someone better than Hasek, or Roy or whoever!
Bill Durnan won the Vezina 6 times in 7 years.
Jaques plante won in 6 times in 7 years then won it again 7 years later.Plus he had 1 Hart Trophy and 5 stanley Cups.
The Jennings trophy only came into the league in 1982...I wonder how many J.P. could have won.
Jaques Plante: 837 GP, 2.38 GAA, 82 shutouts
Patrick Roy: 1029 GP, 2.46 GAA, 66 shutouts.
Who's to say you all aren't wrong and that Roy/Hasek/Brodeur is NOT the greatest player/goalie of all time.
Who's to say???? Who really cares!