21 MANNY FERNANDEZ
STRENGTH: Among the league's best at controlling rebounds and keeping them from slot.
WEAKNESS: Vulnerable on shots to the top corners of the net.
22 MIKE DUNHAM
STRENGTHS: Very composed in the net; seems to play better when facing lots of shots.
WEAKNESSES: Puckhandling ability; durability—has been prone to injuries.
23 JOHN GRAHAME
STRENGTH: Poise-doesn't get rattled easily.
WEAKNESSES: Durability is questionable; does not battle through traffic to see initial shots.
24 DAN CLOUTIER
STRENGTH: Athleticism—has all the tools to excel.
WEAKNESS: Consistency—makes tough saves look routine and routine saves look tough.
25 ROMAN TUREK
STRENGTH: Takes away the lower part of the net.
WEAKNESSES: In the past conditioning was not as good as it should be; yields soft goals at the wrong times.
26 RICK DIPIETRO
STRENGTHS: Skating and puckhandling ability is similar to Marty Turco's.
WEAKNESS: Flops too much, taking himself out of position.
27 DWAYNE ROLOSON
[Remain the same]
STRENGTHS: Plays angles we and challenges shooters; puckhandling ability.
WEAKNESS: Allows too many short-side goals when his positioning is off.
28 KEVIN WEEKES
STRENGTH: One of the best athletes to play the position.
WEAKNESS: Fundamentals, such as when to challenge the shooter and when to stay in the net.
29 FELIX POTVIN
STRENGTH: Nicknamed the Cat because he has top-notch reflexes.
WEAKNESSES: Plays too deep in the crease; high shots often elude him.
30 DAVID AEBISCHER
STRENGTH: Strict butterflyer who drops down and takes away the lower part of the net.
WEAKNESS: Opens the five hole too quickly.