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Who should start against the Rangers?

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Pascal Leclaire has been a bit puzzling in the early going with the Senators. While he has made a lot of saves that few goalies in the NHL could make, he's also let a number slip past him that few would let in. Brian Elliott has been solid in the few games he has played, yet never spectacular -- I never really get a sense that he could steal a game for the Senators. As far as I'm concerned, the team should play Leclaire and let him get out of his current slump, but my opinion doesn't really count for much of anything.


GP MIN W L T EGA GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
2009 - Pascal Leclaire 13 747 6 5 36 2.89 332 296 .892 0


GP MIN W L T EGA GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
2009 - Brian Elliott 4 225 2 1 12 3.20 111 99 .892 0

So, when the Senators play against the New York Rangers tomorrow night, who would you like to see get the start: Pascal Leclaire or Brian Elliott? Post your reasons in the comments.