Brodeur led all NHL goalies in games played (77), starts (76), wins (45) and shutouts (9), was third in goals-against average (2.24), and seventh in shots against (2,004) and saves (1,836). Brodeur's win total was three behind his NHL record of 48 (2006-07).
Bryzgalov was second in the League in shutouts (8), third in wins (42), sixth in goals-against average (2.29), seventh in starts (69), eighth in shots faced (1,961) and saves (1,805), and tied for ninth in save percentage (.920).
Miller was second in goals-against average (2.22) and save percentage (.929), third in saves (1,948), fourth in wins and shots faced (2,098), tied for seventh in games (69) and shutouts (5), and eighth in starts (68).
Henrik Lundqvist ended the season with 35 wins, .921 sv. %, 2.38 gaa and 4 shutouts.
...as great as Lundqvist is no way he deserved to be in the top three.
...i thought Miller would be the runaway winner, but after looking at the stats don't be surprised if Brodeur takes home another Vezina.