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1. Ryan Miller
Intense competitor rarely loses focus. Technically, he's as good as there is. Must be the Sabres' best player if they are to win their first Cup.
2. Martin Brodeur
After his Olympic benching, he's out to prove he can still be the difference for the Devils. Puckhandling and quick glove are his strengths.
3. Marc-André Fleury
Has been to the last two finals and helped the Pens win it all last year. Athletic and amazingly quick, he must improve his puckhandling.
4. Roberto Luongo
Big man (6'3") stays upright as long as possible to force shooters to pick corners. Also seems to cost Vancouver one bad goal a game.
5. Jaroslav Halak
Montreal starter never gives up on a play and has a knack for making tough saves look easy. Halak has also never won an NHL playoff game.