So says Alan Ryder in his 2007-08 NHL season review, and no arguments here.
Of note, Ryder ranks Vokoun as the best goalie for 2008, with Brodeur #2, although it is close. I think you could have made a decent case for either one. Ryder's shot quality calculations show that New Jersey still has a pretty good defence (8th in shots against, 9th in shot quality against, 6th best in Ryder's combined "defensive index"), whereas Florida's was one of the worst in the league. Tim Thomas, J.S. Giguere, Henrik Lundqvist, and Roberto Luongo round out the top 6.
Ryder agrees with me that Nabokov's 2007-08 season wasn't really all that special. In fact, it had a lot in common with early '00s Brodeur: lots of games played on a top defensive team results in lots of wins, a low GAA, and lots of (probably undeserved) Vezina votes.