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Goaltenders With Losing NHL Records Inducted Into The Hockey Hall Of Fame - Why? Under What Circumstances Would A Goaltender With A Losing NHL Record Be Considered For The Hockey Hall Of Fame? Who's Next?

 

01. Chuck Gardiner - Inducted in 1945 - Played only 7 seasons in the NHL, all with the Chicago Black Hawks. He had a losing regular season record of 112-152-52, and 42 shutouts. He had a winning playoffs record of 12-6, and 5 shutouts. He accumulated 10 or more shutouts in one season twice (12 in 1930-31) and (10 in 1933-34). He won the Vezina Trophy in 1932 and 1934, as the league's best goaltender. All-Star team - 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934. Won the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1934. Why is he in the Hockey Hall of Fame? Gardiner spent most of his career playing for bad teams, but was widely considered the best goaltender in the world  for a number of years. NHL Regular Season and Playoff Records Combined - 124 Wins - 158 Losses - 52 Ties - 47 Shutouts

 

02. Hugh Lehman - Inducted in 1958 - Played only 2 seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Black Hawks. He had a losing regular season record of 20-24-4, with 6 shutout, and a losing playoffs record of 0-1. Why is he in the Hockey Hall of Fame? Hugh Lehman was a legend in the PCHA. He played for the Vancouver Millionaires for 14 seasons, and the Vancouver Maroons for 6 seasons. He won the Stanley Cup with the Vancouver Millionaires in 1915. Hugh Lehman had a winning record in the PCHA. NHL Regular Season and Playoff Records Combined - 20 Wins - 25 Losses - 4 Ties - 6 Shutouts

 

03. Roy Worters - Inducted in 1969 - Played 12 seasons in the NHL; 3 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, and 9 seasons with the New York Americans. He had a losing regular season record of 171-229-83, with 67 shutouts, and a losing playoff record of 3-6, with 3 shutouts. Why is he in the Hockey Hall of Fame? He won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 1929 for the Most Valuable Player in the NHL. He won the Vezina Trophy in 1931 for best goaltender in the NHL. All-Star in 1932, 1934. First NHL goalie to record back-to-back shutouts. He was the first goaltender to win the Hart Trophy. He is the only goaltender in NHL history to win the Vezina Trophy for a non-playoff team. 67 of his 171 NHL regular season wins were shutouts (that's 39%). Worters spent his entire NHL career playing for bad teams, but was widely considered one of the best goaltenders in the NHL. Before joining the NHL, Worters won the OHA's Memorial Cup with Toronto, and 2 U.S. Amateur League Titles with the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets in 1924 and 1925. He has winning records in the OHA, GBHL, and USAHA. Regular Season and Playoff Records Combined - 174 Wins - 235 Losses - 83 Ties - 70 Shutouts

 

04. Hap Holmes - Inducted in 1972 - Played only 4 seasons in the NHL. He had a losing regular season record of 39-54-10, with 17 shutouts. His playoffs record was tied 1-1. Why is he in the Hockey Hall of Fame? He had winning records in the NHA and the PCHA. He won the Stanley Cup 4 times, with four different teams. Regular Season and Playoff Records Combined - 40 Wins - 55 Losses - 10 Ties - 17 Shutouts

 

05. Chuck Rayner - Inducted in 1973 - Played 10 seasons in the NHL. He had a losing regular season record of 138-208-77, with 25 shutouts. His playoffs record was tied 9-9, with 1 shutout. Why is he in the Hockey Hall of Fame? He was only the second goaltender to win the Hart Memorial Trophy in 1950 for most valuable player in the NHL. He played on poor teams throughout his career, but was one of the best goalies of his era. Regular Season and Playoff Records Combined - 147 Wins - 217 Losses - 77 Ties - 26 Shutouts

 

WHO SHOULD BE NEXT?

 

01. Nikolai Khabibulin - Played 18 seasons in the NHL. Played in both, the TIES era, and the OVERTIME LOSSES era. Played for the Winnipeg Jets, Phoenix Coyotes, Tampa Bay Lightning, Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers. Won the Stanley Cup in 2004 with the Tampa Bay Lightning. No other NHL awards. He had a losing regular season record with and without his overtime losses counted, and a winning playoffs record. Regular Season Games Played: 799; Regular Season Games Won: 333; Regular Season Games Lost: 334; Regular Season Ties: 58; Regular Season Overtime Losses: 39; Total Regular Season Losses: 373; Regular Season Shutouts: 46; Playoff Games Played: 72; Playoff Games Won: 39; Playoff Games Lost: 31; Playoff Shutouts: 6; Regular Season Wins and Playoff Wins Combined: 372; Regular Season Losses, Overtime Losses, and Playoff Losses Combined: 404
 

02. Olaf Kolzig - Played 17 seasons in the NHL. Played in both, the TIES era, and the OVERTIME LOSSES era. Played 16 seasons with the Washington Capitals, and 1 season with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Lost in the 1998 Stanley Cup Final to the Detroit Red Wings. NHL All-Star 1998, 2000. Won the Vezina Trophy in 2000. Won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2006. He had a winning regular season record, a losing regular season record when you count overtime losses, and a losing playoff record. Regular Season Games Played: 719; Regular Season Games Won: 303; Regular Season Games Lost: 297; Regular Season Ties: 63; Regular Season Overtime Losses: 24; Total Regular Season Losses: 321; Regular Season Shutouts: 35; Playoff Games Played: 45; Playoff Games Won: 20; Playoff Games Lost: 24; Playoff Shutouts: 7; Regular Season Wins and Playoff Wins Combined: 323; Regular Season Losses, Overtime Losses, and Playoff Losses Combined: 345

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NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1945 - Georges Vezina (103-81) | (17-8) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1958 - Alex Connell (193-156) | (8-5) - 1 Stanley Cup

03. 1964 - Bill Durnan (208-112) | (27-18) - 2 Stanley Cups

04. 1967 - Turk Broda (302-224) | (60-39) - 5 Stanley Cups

05. 1971 - Terry Sawchuk (447-330) | (54-48) - 4 Stanley Cups

06. 1976 - Johnny Bower (250-195) | (35-34) - 4 Stanley Cups

07. 1978 - Jacques Plante (437-246) | (71-36) - 6 Stanley Cups

08. 1983 - Ken Dryden (258-57) | (80-32) - 6 Stanley Cups

09. 1984 - Bernie Parent (271-198) | (38-33) - 2 Stanley Cups

10. 1985 - Gerry Cheevers (230-102) | (53-34) - 2 Stanley Cups

11. 1993 - Billy Smith (305-233) | (88-36) - 4 Stanley Cups

12. 2003 - Grant Fuhr (403-295) | (92-50) - 5 Stanley Cups

13. 2006 - Patrick Roy (551-315) | (151-94) - 4 Stanley Cups

14. 2011 - Ed Belfour (484-334) | (88-68) - 1 Stanley Cup

15. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (389-236) | (65-49) - 2 Stanley Cups

16. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (691-446) | (113-91) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 2016 - Rogie Vachon (355-291) | (23-23) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1959 - Tiny Thompson (284-194) | (20-24) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1961 - George Hainsworth (246-145) | (22-25) - 2 Stanley Cups

03. 1965 - Clint Benedict (190-143) | (11-12) - 4 Stanley Cups

04. 1966 - Frank Brimsek (252-182) | (32-36) - 2 Stanley Cups

05. 1975 - Glenn Hall (407-326) | (49-65) - 1 Stanley Cup

06. 1980 - Harry Lumley (330-329) | (29-47) - 1 Stanley Cup

07. 1987 - Ed Giacomin (289-209) | (29-35)

08. 1988 - Tony Esposito (423-306) | (45-53) - 1 Stanley Cup

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1945 - Chuck Gardiner (112-152) | (12-6) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1980 - Gump Worsley (335-352) | (40-26) - 4 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1958 - Hugh Lehman (20-24) | (0-1)

02. 1969 - Roy Worters (171-229) | (3-6)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1972 - Hap Holmes (39-54) | (1-1)

02. 1973 - Chuck Rayner (138-208) | (9-9)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHO NEVER PLAYED IN THE PLAYOFFS, INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

 

01. 1982 - Emile Francis (32-52)

02. 2020 - Ken Holland (0-2) - 4 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS, AND LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

 

01. 2019 - Jim Rutherford (151-297) | (2-5) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

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NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

01. Andy Moog (372-209) | (68-57) - 3 Stanley Cups

02. Mike Vernon (385-273) | (77-56) - 2 Stanley Cups

03. Tom Barrasso (369-277) | (61-54) - 2 Stanley Cups

04. Ron Hextall (296-214) | (47-43)

05. Mike Richter (301-258) | (41-33) - 1 Stanley Cup

06. Chris Osgood (401-245) | (74-49) - 3 Stanley Cups

07. Corey Crawford (260-216) | (52-42) - 2 Stanley Cups

08. Tuukka Rask (308-231) | (57-46) - 1 Stanley Cup

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

01. Evgeni Nabokov (353-227) | (42-42)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

01. John Ross Roach (219-204) | (12-14) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. Lorne Chabot (200-146) | (13-17) - 2 Stanley Cups

03. Dave Kerr (203-148) | (18-19) - 1 Stanley Cup

04. Dan Bouchard (286-232) | (13-30)

05. Mike Liut (293-271) | (29-32)

06. John Vanbiesbrouck (374-346) | (28-38)

07. Kelly Hrudey (271-265) | (36-46)

08. Curtis Joseph (454-358) | (63-66)

09. Felix Potvin (266-260) | (35-37)

10. Jose Theodore (286-254) | (21-30)

11. Tomas Vokoun (300-288) | (9-13)

12. Roberto Luongo (489-483) | (34-35)

13. Marty Turco (275-207) | (21-26)

14. Miika Kiprusoff (319-275) | (25-28)

15. Kari Lehtonen (310-297) | (8-9)

16. Henrik Lundqvist (459-406) | (61-67)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

01. Gilles Meloche (270-351) | (21-19)

02. Don Beaupre (268-277) | (33-31)

03. Nikolai Khabibulin (333-373) | (39-31) - 1 Stanley Cup

04. Jean-Sebastien Giguere (262-266) | (33-17) - 1 Stanley Cup

05. Cam Ward (334-344) | (23-18) - 1 Stanley Cup

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

01. Sean Burke (324-341) | (12-23)

02. Olaf Kolzig (303-321) | (20-24)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS

 

None that are qualified

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NHL GOALTENDERS IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

WHO PLAYED IN THE OVERTIME LOSSES ERA

 

01. 2011 - Ed Belfour (963 Games Played; 484 Wins; 320 Losses; 111 Ties; 14 Overtime Losses)

02. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (735 Games Played; 389 Wins; 223 Losses; 82 Ties; 13 Overtime Losses)

03. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (1266 Games Played; 691 Wins; 397 Losses; 105 Ties; 49 Overtime Losses)

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NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1945 - Georges Vezina (103-81) | (17-8) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1958 - Alex Connell (193-156) | (8-5) - 1 Stanley Cup

03. 1964 - Bill Durnan (208-112) | (27-18) - 2 Stanley Cups

04. 1967 - Turk Broda (302-224) | (60-39) - 5 Stanley Cups

05. 1971 - Terry Sawchuk (447-330) | (54-48) - 4 Stanley Cups

06. 1976 - Johnny Bower (250-195) | (35-34) - 4 Stanley Cups

07. 1978 - Jacques Plante (437-246) | (71-36) - 6 Stanley Cups

08. 1983 - Ken Dryden (258-57) | (80-32) - 6 Stanley Cups

09. 1984 - Bernie Parent (271-198) | (38-33) - 2 Stanley Cups

10. 1985 - Gerry Cheevers (230-102) | (53-34) - 2 Stanley Cups

11. 1993 - Billy Smith (305-233) | (88-36) - 4 Stanley Cups

12. 2003 - Grant Fuhr (403-295) | (92-50) - 5 Stanley Cups

13. 2006 - Patrick Roy (551-315) | (151-94) - 4 Stanley Cups

14. 2011 - Ed Belfour (484-334) | (88-68) - 1 Stanley Cup

15. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (389-236) | (65-49) - 2 Stanley Cups

16. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (691-446) | (113-91) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 2016 - Rogie Vachon (355-291) | (23-23) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1959 - Tiny Thompson (284-194) | (20-24) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1961 - George Hainsworth (246-145) | (22-25) - 2 Stanley Cups

03. 1965 - Clint Benedict (190-143) | (11-12) - 4 Stanley Cups

04. 1966 - Frank Brimsek (252-182) | (32-36) - 2 Stanley Cups

05. 1975 - Glenn Hall (407-326) | (49-65) - 1 Stanley Cup

06. 1980 - Harry Lumley (330-329) | (29-47) - 1 Stanley Cup

07. 1987 - Ed Giacomin (289-209) | (29-35)

08. 1988 - Tony Esposito (423-306) | (45-53) - 1 Stanley Cup

09. 2022 - Roberto Luongo (489-392) (34-35)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

BUT WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1945 - Chuck Gardiner (112-152) | (12-6) - 1 Stanley Cup

02. 1980 - Gump Worsley (335-352) | (40-26) - 4 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1958 - Hugh Lehman (20-24) | (0-1)

02. 1969 - Roy Worters (171-229) | (3-6)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,

AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

 

01. 1972 - Hap Holmes (39-54) | (1-1)

02. 1973 - Chuck Rayner (138-208) | (9-9)

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHO NEVER PLAYED IN THE PLAYOFFS, INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

 

01. 1982 - Emile Francis (32-52)

02. 2020 - Ken Holland (0-2) - 4 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS, AND LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

 

01. 2019 - Jim Rutherford (151-297) | (2-5) - 3 Stanley Cups

 

NHL GOALTENDERS IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

WHO PLAYED IN THE OVERTIME LOSSES ERA

 

01. 2011 - Ed Belfour (963 Games Played; 484 Wins; 320 Losses; 111 Ties; 14 Overtime Losses)

02. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (735 Games Played; 389 Wins; 223 Losses; 82 Ties; 13 Overtime Losses)

03. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (1266 Games Played; 691 Wins; 397 Losses; 105 Ties; 49 Overtime Losses)

12. 2022 - Roberto Luongo (1044 Games Played; 489 Wins; 392 Losses; 33 Ties; 91 Overtime Losses)

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NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 1945 - Georges Vezina (103-81) | (17-8) - 1 Stanley Cup
02. 1958 - Alex Connell (193-156) | (8-5) - 1 Stanley Cup
03. 1964 - Bill Durnan (208-112) | (27-18) - 2 Stanley Cups
04. 1967 - Turk Broda (302-224) | (60-39) - 5 Stanley Cups
05. 1971 - Terry Sawchuk (447-330) | (54-48) - 4 Stanley Cups
06. 1976 - Johnny Bower (250-195) | (35-34) - 4 Stanley Cups
07. 1978 - Jacques Plante (437-246) | (71-36) - 6 Stanley Cups
08. 1983 - Ken Dryden (258-57) | (80-32) - 6 Stanley Cups
09. 1984 - Bernie Parent (271-198) | (38-33) - 2 Stanley Cups
10. 1985 - Gerry Cheevers (230-102) | (53-34) - 2 Stanley Cups
11. 1993 - Billy Smith (305-233) | (88-36) - 4 Stanley Cups
12. 2003 - Grant Fuhr (403-295) | (92-50) - 5 Stanley Cups
13. 2006 - Patrick Roy (551-315) | (151-94) - 4 Stanley Cups
14. 2011 - Ed Belfour (484-320) | (88-68) - 1 Stanley Cup
15. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (389-223) | (65-49) - 2 Stanley Cups
16. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (691-397) | (113-91) - 3 Stanley Cups

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 2016 - Rogie Vachon (355-291) | (23-23) - 3 Stanley Cups

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 1959 - Tiny Thompson (284-194) | (20-24) - 1 Stanley Cup
02. 1961 - George Hainsworth (246-145) | (22-25) - 2 Stanley Cups
03. 1965 - Clint Benedict (190-143) | (11-12) - 4 Stanley Cups
04. 1966 - Frank Brimsek (252-182) | (32-36) - 2 Stanley Cups
05. 1975 - Glenn Hall (407-326) | (49-65) - 1 Stanley Cup
06. 1980 - Harry Lumley (330-329) | (29-47) - 1 Stanley Cup
07. 1987 - Ed Giacomin (289-209) | (29-35)
08. 1988 - Tony Esposito (423-306) | (45-53) - 1 Stanley Cup
09. 2022 - Roberto Luongo (489-392) (34-35)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 1945 - Chuck Gardiner (112-152) | (12-6) - 1 Stanley Cup
02. 1980 - Gump Worsley (335-352) | (40-26) - 4 Stanley Cups

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 1958 - Hugh Lehman (20-24) | (0-1)
02. 1969 - Roy Worters (171-229) | (3-6)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS, IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


01. 1972 - Hap Holmes (39-54) | (1-1)
02. 1973 - Chuck Rayner (138-208) | (9-9)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHO NEVER PLAYED IN THE PLAYOFFS,

INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

01. 1982 - Emile Francis (32-52)
02. 2020 - Ken Holland (0-2) - 4 Stanley Cups

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS, AND LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS,

INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

01. 2019 - Jim Rutherford (151-297) | (2-5) - 3 Stanley Cups

NHL GOALTENDERS IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
WHO PLAYED IN THE OVERTIME LOSSES ERA


01. 2011 - Ed Belfour (963 Games Played; 484 Wins; 320 Losses; 111 Ties; 14 Overtime Losses)
02. 2014 - Dominik Hasek (735 Games Played; 389 Wins; 223 Losses; 82 Ties; 13 Overtime Losses)
03. 2018 - Martin Brodeur (1266 Games Played; 691 Wins; 397 Losses; 105 Ties; 49 Overtime Losses)
04. 2022 - Roberto Luongo (1044 Games Played; 489 Wins; 392 Losses; 33 Ties; 91 Overtime Losses)
 

 

BREAKING DOWN THE POTENTIAL FUTURE HOCKEY HALL OF FAMERS INTO CATEGORIES

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Andy Moog (372-209) | (68-57) - 3 Stanley Cups
02. Mike Vernon (385-273) | (77-56) - 2 Stanley Cups
03. Tom Barrasso (369-277) | (61-54) - 2 Stanley Cups
04. Ron Hextall (296-214) | (47-43)
05. Mike Richter (301-258) | (41-33) - 1 Stanley Cup
06. Chris Osgood (401-216) | (74-49) - 3 Stanley Cups
07. Corey Crawford (260-162) | (52-42) - 2 Stanley Cups
08. Tuukka Rask (308-165) | (57-46) - 1 Stanley Cup

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Evgeni Nabokov (353-227) | (42-42)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. John Ross Roach (219-204) | (12-14) - 1 Stanley Cup
02. Lorne Chabot (200-146) | (13-17) - 2 Stanley Cups
03. Dave Kerr (203-148) | (18-19) - 1 Stanley Cup
04. Dan Bouchard (286-232) | (13-30)
05. Mike Liut (293-271) | (29-32)
06. John Vanbiesbrouck (374-346) | (28-38)
07. Kelly Hrudey (271-265) | (36-46)
08. Curtis Joseph (454-352) | (63-66)
09. Felix Potvin (266-260) | (35-37)
10. Jose Theodore (286-254) | (21-30)
11. Tomas Vokoun (300-288) | (9-13)
12. Marty Turco (275-167) | (21-26)
13. Miika Kiprusoff (319-213) | (25-28)
14. Kari Lehtonen (310-233) | (8-9)
15. Henrik Lundqvist (459-310) | (61-67)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Gilles Meloche (270-351) | (21-19)
02. Don Beaupre (268-277) | (33-31)
03. Nikolai Khabibulin (333-334) | (39-31) - 1 Stanley Cup

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Sean Burke (324-341) | (12-23)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHEN OVERTIME LOSSES ARE ADDED


01. Olaf Kolzig (303-297) | (303-321)
02. Jean-Sebastien Giguere (262-216) | (262-266) - 1 Stanley Cup
03. Cam Ward (334-256) | (334-344) - 1 Stanley Cup

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHEN OVERTIME LOSSES ARE ADDED,
AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Jean-Sebastien Giguere (262-216) | (262-266) | (33-17) - 1 Stanley Cup
02. Cam Ward (334-256) | (334-344) | (23-18) - 1 Stanley Cup

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH WINNING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
BUT WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHEN OVERTIME LOSSES ARE ADDED,
AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Olaf Kolzig (303-297) | (303-321) | (20-24)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
WITH AND WITHOUT OVERTIME LOSSES


01. Sean Burke (324-341) | (324-350)
02. Nikolai Khabibulin (333-334) | (333-373) - 1 Stanley Cup


NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
WITH AND WITHOUT OVERTIME LOSSES, AND WITH WINNING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Nikolai Khabibulin (333-334) | (333-373) | (39-31) - 1 Stanley Cup


NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
WITH AND WITHOUT OVERTIME LOSSES, AND WITH LOSING PLAYOFF RECORDS


01. Sean Burke (324-341) | (324-350) | (12-23)

NHL GOALTENDERS WITH LOSING REGULAR SEASON RECORDS,
AND WITH TIED PLAYOFF RECORDS


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These are the biggest names in NHL goaltending from the 60s-70s-80s-90s who finished their careers with losing records and will never be inducted.

 

1962-1978 - Eddie Johnston (16 Seasons) - 2 Stanley Cups

Regular Season - 592 Games Played; 234 Wins; 257 Losses; 80 Ties; 32 Shutouts

Playoffs - 18 Games Played; 7 Wins; 10 Losses; 1 Shutout

 

1978-1992 - Greg Millen (14 Seasons)

Regular Season - 604 Games Played; 215 Wins; 284 Losses; 89 Ties; 17 Shutouts

Playoffs - 59 Games Played; 27 Wins; 29 Losses; 0 Shutouts

 

1983-2000 - Ken Wregget (17 Seasons) - 1 Stanley Cup

Regular Season - 575 Games Played; 225 Wins; 248 Losses; 53 Ties; 9 Shutouts

Playoffs - 56 Games Played; 28 Wins; 25 Losses; 3 Shutouts

 

1985-2000 - Bill Ranford (15 Season) - 1 Stanley Cup

Regular Season - 647 Games Played; 240 Wins; 279 Losses; 76 Ties; 15 Shutouts

Playoffs - 53 Games Played; 28 Wins; 25 Losses; 4 Shutouts

 

1985-2001 - Glenn Healy (15 Seasons) - 1 Stanley Cup

Regular Season - 437 Games Played; 166 Wins; 190 Losses; 47 Ties; 13 Shutouts

Playoffs - 37 Games Played; 13 Wins; 15 Losses; 0 Shutouts

 

1987-2004 - Ron Tugnutt (16 Seasons)

Regular Season - 537 Games Played; 186 Wins; 239 Losses; 62 Ties; 26 Shutouts

Playoffs - 25 Games Played; 9 Wins; 13 Losses; 3 Shutouts

 

1986-2001 - Chris Terreri (14 Seasons) - 2 Stanley Cups

Regular Season - 406 Games Played; 151 Wins; 172 Losses; 43 Ties; 9 Shutouts

Playoffs - 29 Games Played; 12 Wins; 12 Losses; 0 Shutouts

 

1988-2000 - Mark Fitzpatrick (12 Seasons)

Regular Season - 329 Games Played; 113 Wins; 136 Losses; 49 Ties; 8 Shutouts

Playoffs - 9 Games Played; 0 Wins; 3 Losses; 0 Shutouts

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More research needed. In the meantime...

 

NHL GOALTENDERS WHO FINISHED THEIR CAREERS

TIED IN PLAYOFF WINS AND LOSSES

 

Evgeni Nabokov (42-42)

Pete Peeters (35-35)

Rogie Vachon (23-23)

Chris Terreri (12-12)

Chuck Rayner (9-9)

Hap Holmes (1-1)

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Another big name goaltender with a losing record. I can't believe I forgot this one.

 

1972-1988 - Richard Brodeur (17 Seasons)

Regular Season - 385 Games Played; 131 Wins; 175 Losses; 62 Ties; 6 Shutouts

Playoffs - 33 Games Played; 13 Wins; 20 Losses; 1 Shutout

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