VANCOUVER, BC – NOVEMBER 15: Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers looks on from his crease during their NHL game against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena November 15, 2016 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images)

The NHL Mailbag is here once again and we’ve got some good questions this week. What should the goalie skills competition be at the All-Star Game? Why are people panicking about a lack of goals? Which movie trilogy should have stopped after the first movie? And is Westworld good? Mailbag, my friends!

1. Goalies AF

The Martin Brodeur Goal-Scoring Challenge

Goaltenders have to shoot a puck into an empty net from just outside their crease. Once they score twice, they skate down to the other end of the ice and have to hit the four targets like the regular accuracy shooting.

The Mike Smith Draw A Penalty Challenge

It’s a flop-off that’s judged by one person from each division. To add to the fun, local kids are the ones that bump into the goaltenders to send them flying.

The Henrik Lundqvist Eye-Fuck Challenge

A puck is shot past the goaltender, who then must glare at a teammate near the crease he feels is responsible for the goal. Points are awarded for exasperation, disappointment and anger. Brodeur is the judge.

The Gallagher Rebound Control Challenge

Players will fire shots from the blue line. The goaltender will be in his crease surrounded by various fruits along the ice. The goaltender will have to steer the puck into the fruits to create explosions. Most fruit destroyed wins.

How do I continue to give these ideas away for free?

2. Vegas Baby!