NHL Goalies: Every Team’s All-Time Saves Leader

Martin Brodeur Also The Most Saves With A Single Team As Well As The All Time Record

Martin Brodeur Has The Most Saves With A Single Team, As Well As The All Time Record

Martin Brodeur, long-time (like 21-season long) New Jersey Devil goalie is of course that franchise’s all-time saves leader. He’s the all-time NHL leader, recording 28,776 of his 28,928 blocked shots with the Devils. No other goalie has had as many saves with a single team.

The No. 2 NHL career saves leader, Patrick Roy, holds two teams’ records: the hallowed Montreal Canadiens and the much more recent Colorado Avalanche. Roy also won two Stanley Cups apiece for those teams (Brodeuer won three for the Devils).

Roberto Luongo, the once-and-again-current Florida Panthers‘ goalie is one of five active team leaders, below (*). He actually has a chance at catching Brodeur’s league record – about 6,000 saves behind at “only” age 35.

What about some franchise offensive leaders? Check out Every Team’s Career Points and Goals Leader.

TEAM GOALIE CAREER SAVES SEASONS
Anaheim Ducks Guy Hebert 11,813 1993-94 thru 2000-01
Arizona Coyotes Bob Essensa 8,062 1988-89 thru 1993-94, 1999-00 (PHX)
Boston Bruins Tim Thomas 10,533 2002-03 thru 2011-12
Buffalo Sabres Ryan Miller 14,847 2002-03 thru 2013-14
Calgary Flames Miikka Kiprusoff 14,631 2003-04 thru 2012-13
Carolina Hurricanes Cam Ward* 13,081 2005-06 thru Present
Chicago Blackhawks Ed Belfour 9,763 1988-89 thru 1996-97
Colorado Avalanche Patrick Roy 11,924 1995-96 thru 2002-03
Columbus Blue Jackets Marc Denis 7,251 2000-01 thru 2005-06
Dallas Stars Marty Turco 11,420 2000-01 thru 2009-10
Detroit Red Wings Chris Osgood 12,801 1993-94 thru 2000-01, 2005-06 thru 2010-11
Edmonton Oilers Bill Ranford 11,508 1987-88 thru 1995-96, 1999-00
Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo* 10,717 2000-01 thru 2005-06, 2013-14 thru Present
Los Angeles Kings Kelly Hrudey 10,159 1988-89 thru 1995-96
Minnesota Wild Niklas Backstrom* 10,321 2006-07 thru Present
Montreal Canadiens Patrick Roy 13,883 1984-85 thru 1995-96
Nashville Predators Tomas Vokoun 9,657 1998-99 thru 2006-07
New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur 28,776 1991-92 thru 2013-14
New York Islanders Rick DiPietro 8,044 2000-01 thru 2012-13
New York Rangers Mike Richter 17,379 1989-90 thru 2002-03
Ottawa Senators Patrick Lalime 6,283 1999-00 thru 2003-04
Philadelphia Flyers Ron Hextall 11,669 1986-87 thru 1991-92, 1994-95 thru 1998-99
Pittsburgh Penguins Marc-Andre Fleury* 14,598 2003-04 thru Present
San Jose Sharks Evgeni Nabakov 13,463 1999-00 thru 2009-10
St. Louis Blues Curtis Joseph 7,940 1989-90 thru 1994-95
Tampa Bay Lightning Daren Puppa 4,959 1993-94 thru 1999-00
Toronto Maple Leafs Felix Potvin 10,107 1991-92 thru 1998-99
Vancouver Canucks Kirk McLean 12,801 1987-88 thru 1997-98
Washington Capitals Olaf Kolzig 18,013 1989-90 thru 2007-08
Winnipeg Jets Ondrej Pavelec* 8,539 2007-08 thru Present

Photo: Bruce Bennett, Getty via usatoday.com

Posted on February 16, 2015, in NHL Hockey and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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