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Tom Barrasso's list of accomplishments stretch further than his Stanley Cups won in 1991 and 1992, the first titles in Penguins' history.
Barrasso won the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie in 1984, as well as the Vezina Trophy as the league's top goaltender, and was named to the NHL First All-Star Team. He appeared in two more All-Star Games (1985, 1993), shared the 1985 William M. Jennings Trophy (club with fewest goals allowed) and won a Silver Medal with the 2002 U.S. Olympic Team.
He's got the second-most wins by a U.S.-born goaltender in NHL history (369) and was the first U.S. goaltender to reach 300 in 1997, as a member of the Penguins. Barrasso is first all-time among goaltenders in points and assists, 48 each.
His playoff numbers are also excellent. Barrasso shares the league record with 16 victories in a single postseason (1992), as well as the most consecutive postseason victories (14 straight from 1992-93) and tied for the most consecutive wins in one postseason (11 in 1992).
Barrasso is also the franchise leader in a number of goaltending categories. He leads all Penguins goalies in games played (416), victories (226), shutouts (22), single-season victories (43 in 1992-93), single-season shutouts (7 in 1997-98) and GAA (2.07 in 1997-98).
Marc-Andre Fleury appears to be the only goaltender capable of matching Barrasso's franchise marks, and may match several of those marks with a career year in 2011-12. Fleury trails Barrasso by 40 victories, 47 games played, three shutouts and one Stanley Cup.
If Fleury can enjoy a dominant year like Barrasso enjoyed in 1992 and 1993, he'll begin cracking a number of Barrasso's franchise records before we know it.