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Still stopping the puck at age 39, Brodeur will be off to the Hall of Fame one day—the only question is when.
Prior to this season, No. 30 had 625 wins in 1,132 NHL regular-season games with 116 shutouts, all league records. In the playoffs, he has recorded 99 wins in 182 games with 23 shutouts, and has backstopped the Devils to all three of their Stanley Cup titles.
A four-time winner of the Vezina Trophy as best goaltender, Brodeur has been a seven-time NHL All-Star, and has won two gold medals with Team Canada in the Olympic Games. He is also a five-time winner of the Jennings Trophy, awarded to the NHL goaltender(s) with the fewest goals surrendered during the regular season.
Honorable Mention: Kirk Muller, Aaron Broten, Pat Verbeek, Brian Gionta, Randy McKay, Brian Rafalski
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