TAMPA, Fla. – In football circles there is an adage that states if a team has two No. 1 quarterbacks, they don’t have one.
That saying doesn’t exactly translate over to hockey. Teams can successfully operate in a two goalie system. In recent years there have been some teams that have thrived under those circumstances. In today’s game, having two quality goaltenders is almost a necessity as points are so valuable teams can’t afford to give any away.
The situation the Tampa Bay Lightning find themselves in is a luxury being able to start either Ben Bishop – a two-time Vezina Finalist – or Andrei...
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