NHL Goalie Ladder: Streaking Bryzgalov Moves into Top 10

Updated: March 26, 2011 at 1:05 pm by Alexander Monaghan

Ilya Bryzgalov has been downright nasty over the past month.

The Russian netminder started 11 of his team’s 12 games in March to the tune of a very tidy 1.90 GAA and .938 SV%. Those marks propelled the Coyotes into fourth in the Western Conference, only two points back of the Pacific Division leading San Jose Sharks. Perhaps most impressively, Bryzgalov lost only three of those 11 starts in regulation, which led to some much needed press on the NHL-owned team.

Bryzgalov moves up only two spots with Brian Boucher and James Reimer taking the cake for highest jump with three each. Similarly, Al Montoya dropped seven spots while Miikka Kiprusoff falls six spots as the Flames hold on to dear life in the playoff race.

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