Everybody loves a good goaltending controversy, and there has been no shortage of drama between the pipes in the NHL this season.
In some of the NHL's largest markets, the only certainty has been uncertainty: In Toronto, a competent incumbent and a highly touted challenger have been the best parts of a difficult season. In Detroit, a clear-cut starter suddenly found himself fighting for playing time against a clear-cut backup. In New York, we've seen a no-win scenario unfold as the coaching staff tried to decide between two equally poor choices.
Read on to see who has ultimately emerged as the leader in those battles, as well as what's happening in seven other NHL cities.