It is hard to imagine the Anaheim Ducks without Jonas Hiller Between the
pipes. However the emergence of Viktor Fasth and the rise of John
Gibson have made the the idea of moving Hiller a much more attractive

Fasth is signed through the 2014-15 season and is coming off his first
season in the NHL. The 30-year-old Swede appeared in 25 games, starting
23 of them and compiled a 15-6-2 . Not to mention he was unbeaten in his
first 11 career NHL starts. Comparatively, Hiller started 25 games and
finished 15-6-4. Despite similar win/loss records, Fasth's overall
numbers where far superior statistically. He completed the 2012-13
season with a 2.18 goals against average. .921 save percentage and four

All this on the heels of a successful career in Sweden that included
back-to-back Honken Trophy wins for best goalie and a silver medal in
the 2011 worlds where he was named the tournaments MVP and best goalie.