In the 2010 playoffs, teams could rely on "no name" goalies to go deep in their quest for the Stanley Cup.  In these 2011 NHL playoffs, it has been the complete opposite; goalies with household names have stolen the spotlight early.  Coming out of Game One, four out of eight games featured a shutout.  Already, headliners the likes of Ryan Miller, Carey Price, Marc Andre Fleury and Roberto Luongo have been credited with achieving that feat to begin this post-season.  Two other games were decided by one goal, after overtime.  Six of the first eight 2011 NHL playoff games were impacted by the masked men. 

Last year Antti Niemi, an unproven rookie, won the Stanley Cup his first time through the big dance with the Chicago Blackhawks.  His counterpart in...

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