Sunday Morning Power Rankings: Unrestricted Free Agent Goalies

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Apr 13, 2014; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils right wing Michael Ryder (17) shoots the puck wide of the net of Boston Bruins goalie Chad Johnson (30) during the first period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

Last week The Power Rankings of the Top Free agents was covered. In this week’s edition of the Sunday Morning Power Ranking, the Top 10 Free agent goalies will be covered. A team’s defense is only as good as its goal tenders.

Three players will not be on this list. Tomas Vokoun and Jean-Sebastien Giguere are considering retirement so they will not be on the list. Jonas Gustavsson reportedly agreed to a one year deal with the Red Wings so he will also be off the list.

Now onto the Power Rankings:

10. Chad Johnson Height 6-3 Catches Left: Chad Johnson has been a backup in his brief career. This season Johnson got the most playing time as an NHL player. He went 17-4 with .925 save percentage and 2.10 goals against average. His career potential is a backup goaltender with a little upside according to the Hockey News.

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  • Rufus T. Firefly

    Nice list but why mention what the Hockey News thinks. I stopped my subscription with them a couple of years ago. I find while it may be the only hockey dedicated publication the writers seem absolutely clueless. In the year the ‘Hawks had stiffs like O’Donnel, Montador and Scott on their blue line the H.N. ranked them as having the best group of D-men. The ‘Hawks were fortunate in dumping that bunch and going on to win another ‘Cup. It’s clear in their blurb on goalies that the H.N. id also clueless.