I know I'm probably going to get a lot of heat for having him kick off the top 10 list; many or all of you may disagree with me putting him here.
It may even turn you off from reading the rest, but please do. I even have second thoughts about putting him on here and couldn't come to a clear answer on it, so I flipped a coin.
The coin was in favor of Ozzie.
Sure, guys like Mike Modano, Keith Tkachuk, Brian Rolston, Andrew Brunette, Nikolai Khabibulin, or even Dwayne Roloson could make their cases to take his spot.
But Ozzie has won a Cup and taken his team to back-to-back Stanley Cup finals since turning 35. He's three wins shy of winning 400 games, which is second amongst active NHL goaltenders, and he's second in career shutouts.
Although he's lost the starter job to Jimmy Howard, Ozzie has proved time and time again that when it really matters, he comes through.
Maybe he's at the point where for some reason he can only turn it on in the playoffs as he showed last year.
However, other great younger and older goaltenders like Roberto Luongo, Tim Thomas, Henrik Lundqvist, Martin Brodeur, Evgeni Nabokov, and Miikka Kiprusoff haven't won Cups and haven't been to the finals outside of Brodeur, who hasn't since he was 30.
Say what you will about Ozzie and his abysmal performances as of late. He's still capable of bringing it home.