The goaltender is the last line of defense in the game of hockey. If they are good, your team will reap the rewards of it. If they are terrible, make sure you don't wear that jersey to work the next day after a humiliating loss.
It is the one position that needs the right person, and it is one of those things that can make the difference between lifting a Stanley Cup and having the No. 1 pick in the NHL draft.
Names like Roy, Brodeur, Sawchuk and most recently, Thomas, have been some of the best goaltenders in the league, but we are not here to talk about them.
Here are the worst goalies in every NHL team's history.
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