hey man, I give full credit to Hasek, and i believe that his unorthodox style diminishes his importance in the eyes of many when it comes to mesuring him against the all time greats. He is viewed as a fluky goalie, and while i see this too, he still managed to win games. He wouldn't have played until the age he did if people did not think he could be a game breaker (although he did overstay his welcome in the nhl, which tarnishes his career a bit in the eyes of many...kind of like michael jordan playing for the wizard...it made no sense and he was past his best before date.)
My top 10 is sort of a mix of guys that won cups, guys that innovated the position, and guys that were just rock solid their whole careers. Had Hasek started more games earlier, he could very well be higher up on my list.
Look at Dryden...i think there are many that were better rounded athletes than he was, but winning 6 cups in a 9 year career is pretty unheard of. The Habs were dominant in the later years, but the first one he won as a rookie was almost 100% because of him. The Habs had a team no one expected to do anything, and they walked into the dance with Dryden standing on his head the whole way.