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Vokoun: 3-8 with a 2.47 GAA and a 0.922 save percentage
Bryzgalov: 12-13 with a 2.55 GAA and a 0.917 save percentage
Before discussing playoff statistics, it should be noted that Bryzgalov does have a Stanley Cup ring, albeit one earned as a backup.
Vokoun has a minor edge in save percentage and goals against average, but his record is far worse than Bryzgalov's record.
This can largely be attributed to the years when Bryzgalov was backing up Gigeure in Anaheim, and would get a few starts behind a very good Anaheim team that boasted Chris Pronger, Scott Neidermayer, Corey Perry, Ryan Getzlaf and Teemu Selanne.
Vokoun in comparison was playing behind a team without any big names in Nashville.
If you compare Bryzgalov's recent record in the post-season when playing for Phoenix, which is comparable in terms of talent to the Nashville teams that Vokoun played on, then you can truly see that Vokoun is the better goalie.
During his tenure in Phoenix, Bryzgalov was 3-8 in the playoffs with a 3.73 GAA and a 0.893 save percentage.
Hardly the numbers most people would associate with a goalie that could push a good team over the top.