Kings of the cage
So far this season, it seems to me that more than a few NHL teams are employing a $500,000 bench-door opener as their backup netminder.
In New Jersey, Vancouver and Calgary, the team's second goaltender remains as faceless as the NBA owners not named Mark Cuban, stepping out into the crease's blue paint with an amazing infrequency. And while the starters might not quite match Grant Fuhr's 79-game performance from yesteryear, there's a chance it could be mighty close.
Here's a look at Globe on Hockey at the percentage of minutes netminders have played for their teams so far.