The Red Bulls had a lot of trouble with goalies last season. Whether it was using whoever they could find, or bringing in a big name veteran it really never worked out.
Bouna Coundoul played shaky all season. He was benched a couple of times and could not seem to find a groove and stick with it. He was unpredictable at best and only won 3 of his 11 starts, but his numbers are still good enough to get him 7th in the league.
Frank Rost was hardly better than any of the other keepers. He won 4 of his 11 starts and fitness could start to be an issue. He isn't extactly the franchise keep I think New York needs. The positive with him is he helped the defense come together, but quite late.
Chris Konopka played well during his surprise start and so did Alex Horwath. Greg Sutton was loaned to Montreal, but they released him.