It's been a monumental playoffs for both Martin Brodeur and Jonathan Quick, but for very different reasons.
Brodeur has sent a message to the hockey world that he is still a major factor, even at the ripe age of 40. And for the 26-year-old Quick, it's been a bit of a coming-out party.
In his two previous playoff appearances, Quick had limited success. There were even questions about whether or not he was capable of winning a playoff round.
On one side you have an aging legend who many think is past his prime, on the other a young gun trying to prove he is an elite goaltender.
I would take both of them in a heartbeat. However, when