What was the most wins by a goalie in a NHL career?
Patrick Roy entered the NHL in the
1984-85 season with the Montreal Canadiens then was traded to the Colorado
Avalanche for the 1995-96 season.
In all Patrick Roy played 1029 regular season games in the
NHL and ended his career with 551 wins, 315 losses and 131 ties.
Patrick Roy also notched 151 playoff wins and four
Here are a
few other achievements for the NHL's most winning goalie:
66 regular season shutouts.
23 playoff shutouts.
11 All-Star game appearances.
3 Conn Smythe Trophies.
5 William M. Jennings
3 Vezina Trophies.
His jersey number 33 has been
retired by the Colorado Avalanche.
Inducted into the Hockey Hall
of Fame in 2006.
Patrick Roy Rookie Card
UPDATE: March 15, 2009
On March 14, 2009 the New Jersey Devils defeated the
Montréal Canadiens 2-1, giving Now Jersey's goal keeper Martin Brodeur his
551st win, tying him for the record.
UPDATE: March 17, 2009
Just 3 days after tying Patrick Roy's record, on March
17, 2009, in their next game, the New Jersey Devils met the Chicago Blackhawks
in New Jersey. The Devils won the game 3 - 2 giving Martin Brodeur his record
setting 552nd win.
Martin Brodeur Rookie Card
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