It's an interesting offseason for the NHL goaltending market.
A number of teams have been looking to make changes in one form or another. All their decisions are informed to some degree by the presumed availability of the Vancouver Canucks' Roberto Luongo.
Granted, most teams are not especially eager to take on 10 years of contract commitment at a cap hit of over $5 million a year. And Luongo has final say over where he's moved. But every goalie who re-signs with his old team or moves to a new one creates a ripple effect