Originally Posted by broncocalijohn
Hiller had the same save percentage as the post contract of Fasth. Ducks are going with the hot hand. There are no back to back games so Hiller will take to the distance. No vertigo for Hiller this season. Is it in the back of the minds of the front office? PO\ossibly or they wouldn't extend Fasth. Still think he is a good goalie.
Fasth is a good goalie if he keeps it up, but seeing such a sharp decline post big contract signing is a bit of a worry and I think it is the main reason Hiller won back the starting gig. Hiller is good, if he can keep playing and not suffer any attacks he is probably a top 10 starting goalie and definitely top 15. I think Fasth was signed both to provide some backup if Hiller goes down unexpectedly, especially with the large cash commitment to Getzlaf and Perry and the fact that Hiller has 1 more year on his deal.
I am just busting your chops.