Current New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur is widely considered the best NHL goaltender in history with regards to his puck-handling abilities.
No argument here.
Brodeur is a living legend, as famous for his performance when he’s between the pipes as he is for when he’s roaming the defensive zone, tracking the puck.
The Devils netminder has two goals to his credit—tying him for the NHL lead among goalies—which are further evidence of his ability to stick-handle while wearing goalie equipment.
Brodeur’s impressive resume is capped off with those two goals, almost like they’re two exclamation points in the discussion of the NHL’s best goaltenders.
But Brodeur isn’t the only goalie to be known for his puck-handling. Here’s a list of the top puck-handling goalies in NHL history, because Brodeur wasn’t the first and he certainly won’t be the last to show off his stick-handling abilities as a goaltender.