All depends on how you look at the stats. Comparing all games played, Dunivant has a solid leg up in the race between the two Colorado locals (and former Rapids Reserve teammates) in league-wide competition when it comes to goals allowed average and shutouts: Borhcers: 18 GP, 22 GA -- 1.22 GAA -- 7 SO Dunivant: 25 GP, 27 GA -- 1.08 GAA -- 9 SO Looking more closely however, it's important to note that each player earned their first appearances for their club in midfield; Borchers against Chicago, Dunivant against Colorado on April 12. As they were not playing as defenders, it's only fair to take away their stats: AS A DEFENDER Borchers: 17 GP, 18 GA -- 1.06 GAA -- 7 SO Dunivant: 24 GP, 26 GA -- 1.08 GAA -- 9 SO Dunivant gets the edge in shutouts, but otherwise we're talking about two kids that seem to be making an equally huge impact on their teams' defenses. From a statistical point of view, it might come down to the wire between these two... could be the difference-maker is their remaining head-to-head challenge. Of course, with Ralph likely to continue his goalscoring tear it's unlikely that either of these defenders will get more than the slightest consideration. That said, the rookie defender with the best influence on his team's protection of the goal will really be the guy who gets farthest in the postseason.