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The Best And Worst Goalie On Every NHL Team Since 2000

While some goaltenders have had fantastic careers, others just weren’t cut out to play in the National Hockey League.

A new millennium is a fresh start for everyone. As for the National Hockey League, it was a brand new era for several teams.

Between 1990 and 2000, there were seven different Stanley Cup winners (Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, Colorado Avalanche, Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins (twice), New Jersey Devils (twice), and Detroit Red Wings (twice).

And since the new millennium – fifteen seasons from 2000-01 to 2015-16 – only four of those seven teams have won the Stanley Cup again. In fact, ten different teams have won the Stanley Cup in the last fifteen years (Colorado Avalanche, New Jersey Devils, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, Detroit Red Wings (twice), Pittsburgh Penguins (twice), Los Angeles Kings (twice), and Chicago Blackhawks (three times).

But no matter how good a team may be, they still have their ups and downs in regards to their star players. Most players go through a scoreless drought at some point during their careers where they struggle to get on the score sheet. And although the struggles are a bit different, it’s very much the same thing for their goaltenders.

Goalies are on the ice for pretty much the entire 60 minutes of game time and there is certainly big pressure on the net minders to help provide the win. While some goaltenders have had fantastic careers, others just weren’t cut out to play in the National Hockey League. This list will detail the best and worst goaltenders on each NHL team since the 2000-01 season.

60 Anaheim Ducks

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Best: Jean-Sebastien Giguere

Jean-Sebastien Giguere played a total of 447 regular season games with the Anaheim Ducks between 2000 and 2010. The 6’1, 202 pound goaltender racked up 206 wins (including 32 shutouts), 163 losses, 23 ties and 50 overtime/shootout losses. He also had a 2.47 goals against average and a .914 save percentage. During his time with Anaheim, he had four seasons where he produced over 30 wins.

He also appeared in 52 playoff games and posted 33 wins including 6 shutouts. He helped the Ducks make it to two Stanley Cup Finals (2003 and 2007), winning it in 2007. Although the Ducks lost in the 2003 Cup finals, Giguere was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs.

Jean-Sebastien Giguere retired in 2014.

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Worst: Ilya Bryzgalov

Ilya Bryzgalov played a total of 77 regular season games with the Anaheim Ducks. He played for them two different times, the first time being from 2001-02 to 2007-08, then the second time being in 2014-15. The 6’3, 213 pound goaltender recorded 27 wins (including 2 shutouts), 27 losses and 9 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.63 goals against average and a .904 save percentage.

He also played in 16 playoff games with them and recorded 9 wins including 3 shutouts. He helped the Ducks win the Stanley Cup in 2007.

His best season with the Ducks was during the 2005-06 season and that was with just 13 wins in 31 games. Bryzgalov hasn’t played in the NHL since his last stint with Anaheim in 2015.

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Best: Ilya Bryzgalov

Oddly enough, Ilya Bryzgalov put up pretty disappointing numbers when he was a member of the Anaheim Ducks, but he was quite impressive during his time with the Phoenix Coyotes (currently named the Arizona Coyotes).

The 6’3, 213 pound goaltender spent four seasons with the Coyotes from 2007-08 to 2010-11 and earned 130 wins (including 21 shutouts), 93 losses and 27 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.54 goals against average and a .917 save percentage in 257 regular season games. He also played in 11 playoff games but earned just 3 wins.

He recorded at least 26 or more wins in each of his four seasons with the Coyotes. His best season was in 2009-10 when he racked up 42 wins in 69 games.

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Worst: Brian Boucher

Brian Boucher played three seasons with the Coyotes from 2002 to 2006. The 6’2, 200 pound goaltender played a total of 96 regular season games with them but posted just 28 wins (including 5 shutouts), 45 losses, 18 ties and 7 overtime/shootout losses, along with a disappointing 2.98 goals against average and a .898 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

During his time with the Coyotes, he didn’t produce any more than 15 wins in a single season. In fact, his goals against average in two of the three seasons exceeded the 3.00 mark.

After winning just 3 of the 11 games he played in 2005-06, and posting a huge 3.87 GAA, the Coyotes traded him, along with Mike Leclerc, to the Calgary Flames in February 2006 in exchange for Steven Reinprecht and Philippe Sauve.

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Best: Tuukka Rask

Tuukka Rask has spent his entire NHL career thus far with the Boston Bruins beginning in the 2007-08 season and continuing to this very day.

So far, the 6’3, 176 pound goaltender has played 379 regular season games and has produced 196 wins (including 36 shutouts), 117 losses and 47 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.25 goals against average and a .923 save percentage. He also appeared in 47 playoff games and earned 28 wins including 5 shutouts.

He helped the Bruins win the Stanley Cup in 2011. He was then awarded the Vezina Trophy in 2014 for being the best goalie in the league.

Rask has earned at least 30 or more wins in the last three consecutive seasons and is well on his way to making it four years in a row as he currently has 29 wins in 49 games so far in 2016-17.

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Worst: Andrew Raycroft

Andrew Raycroft spent the first five seasons of his NHL career with the Boston Bruins from 2000 to 2006.

The 6’1, 180 pound goaltender played a total of 108 regular season games with them and recorded just 43 wins (including 3 shutouts), 46 losses, 10 ties and 6 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.62 goals against average and a .908 save percentage. He also appeared in 7 playoff games and earned just 3 wins including 1 shutout.

The only season that he earned more than 8 wins with them was in 2003-04 when he tallied 29 wins in 57 games. Also that year, he was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as the rookie of the year.

But after a terribly disappointing 2005-06 when he recorded just 8 wins in 30 games, the Boston Bruins traded him to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for the rights of then-prospect Tuukka Rask.

54 Buffalo Sabres

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Best: Ryan Miller

Ryan Miller spent the first eleven years of his NHL career with the Buffalo Sabres from 2002 to 2014.

During his time with Buffalo, the 6’2, 168 pound goaltender played a total of 540 regular season games and racked up 284 wins (including 28 shutouts), 186 losses, 1 tie and 58 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.60 goals against average and a .916 save percentage. He also appeared in 47 playoff games with them and recorded 25 wins including 3 shutouts.

His best season with Buffalo was in 2009-10 when he earned 41 wins in 69 games. Also that year, he was awarded the Vezina Trophy for being the best goalie in the league, as well as the NHL Foundation Player Award for being the player who “applies the core values of hockey – commitment, perseverance and teamwork – to enrich the lives of people in his community”.

After an impressive run with Buffalo, they traded him and Steve Ott in February 2014 to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Jaroslav Halak, Chris Stewart, William Carrier, and two draft picks.

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Worst: Jhonas Enroth

Jhonas Enroth played a total of 118 regular season games with the Buffalo Sabres between the 2009-10 and 2014-15 seasons. During that time, the 5’10, 175 pound goaltender tallied just 38 wins (including 4 shutouts), 56 losses and 14 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.92 goals against average and a .910 save percentage. He only appeared in one playoff game.

He had a very disappointing career with the Sabres. In four of his six seasons with Buffalo, he recorded more losses than wins. In fact, the most wins he earned in a single season was in 2014-15 when he tallied just 13 wins in 37 games. And later that same season, in February 2015, Enroth was traded to the Dallas Stars in exchange for Anders Lindback and a conditional draft pick.

52 Calgary Flames

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Best: Miikka Kiprusoff

Miikka Kiprusoff began his career with the San Jose Sharks, but then spent his last nine NHL seasons with the Calgary Flames from 2003 to 2013.

During his time with Calgary, the 6’1, 185 pound goaltender played a total of 576 regular season games and racked up 305 wins (including 41 shutouts), 192 losses, 4 ties and 65 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.46 goals against average and a .913 save percentage. He also appeared in 52 playoff games with them and earned 24 wins including 6 shutouts.

In his nine years with the Flames, he earned over 30 wins during seven of those seasons and even racked up over 40 wins in three seasons. In fact, he led all NHL goalies in 2008-09 with 45 wins.

He was awarded two trophies in 2006: the Vezina Trophy for being the best goalie in the league that season; and the William M. Jennings Trophy for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

Kiprusoff retired after playing his last season with the Calgary Flames in 2013.

51 Calgary Flames

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Worst: Karri Ramo

Karri Ramo played three seasons with the Calgary Flames from 2013 to 2016.

During that time, the 6’2, 206 pound goaltender played a total of 111 regular season games and posted 49 wins (including 5 shutouts), 42 losses and 8 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.63 goals against average and a .911 save percentage. He also played in 7 playoff games with them but recorded just 2 wins.

He hasn’t played any NHL games since his last season with Calgary in 2015-16. He was, however, signed to a professional tryout with the Toronto Maple Leafs in December 2016, but that was it. However, their AHL affiliate team, the Toronto Marlies did sign him and so far this season (2016-17), he has played three games with them but was unable to earn any wins.

50 Carolina Hurricanes

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Best: Cam Ward

Cam Ward has spent his entire twelve-year NHL career so far with the Carolina Hurricanes from 2005 to the present day.

So far in his career, the 6’1, 185 pound goaltender has played 612 regular season games with them and earned 290 wins (including 25 shutouts), 227 losses and 75 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.69 goals against average and a .909 save percentage.

He played in 41 playoff games and recorded 23 wins including 4 shutouts. He helped the Hurricanes win the Stanley Cup in 2006. Also in 2006, he was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy for being the most valuable player in the playoffs.

He recorded at least 30 or more wins in five of his twelve seasons, although the last time was in 2011-12. So far this season, he has 21 wins in 48 games played.

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Worst: Kevin Weekes

Kevin Weekes played 119 regular season games with the Carolina Hurricanes between the 2001-02 and 2003-04 seasons. The 6’2, 215 pound goaltender tallied just 39 wins (including 11 shutouts), 54 losses, 20 ties and 10 overtime losses, along with a 2.41 goals against average and a .912 save percentage. He also appeared in 8 playoff games but recorded just 3 wins.

Except for his two wins in two games in 2001-02, he racked up more losses than wins in his following two seasons. Oddly enough, in his eleven-year NHL career, his best season was with the Hurricanes in 2003-04 when he posted just 23 wins in 66 games.

The Hurricanes didn’t resign him and he ended up going with the New York Rangers after the lockout.

48 Chicago Blackhawks

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Best: Corey Crawford

Corey Crawford has spent his entire ten-year NHL career thus far with the Chicago Blackhawks beginning with the 2005-06 season and continues to this very day.

The 6’2, 216 pound goaltender has played 366 regular season games and racked up 206 wins (including 21 shutouts), 110 losses and 42 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.37 goals against average and a .918 save percentage. He also appeared in 83 playoff games and earned 48 wins including 5 shutouts. He helped the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup in 2013 and 2015.

He earned at least 30 or more wins in five of his seasons and currently has 24 wins in 40 games so far this season.

He was awarded two William M. Jennings Trophies (in 2013 and 2015) for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

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Worst: Craig Anderson

Craig Anderson began his NHL career with the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2002-03 season and remained with them until 2006.

The 6’2, 187 pound goaltender played a total of 56 regular season games with them and produced just 12 wins, 29 losses, 2 ties and 6 overtime/shootout losses, along with a disappointing 3.19 goals against average and a .892 save percentage. His 3.19 GAA ranks him the worst among all Chicago goaltenders who have played at least 50 games with the Blackhawks since the year 2000. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

Anderson couldn’t produce more than 6 wins in a single season with Chicago. After a very discouraging run with the Blackhawks, they traded him on June 24, 2006 to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a 6th round draft pick.

46 Colorado Avalanche

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Best: Patrick Roy

Known as one of the greatest goaltenders to have ever played the game, Patrick Roy was traded to the Colorado Avalanche in December 1995 by the Montreal Canadiens.

Since the 2000-01 season, the 6’2, 190 pound goalie played a total of 188 regular season games with the Avalanche and accumulated 107 wins (including 18 shutouts), 51 losses, 28 ties and 8 overtime losses, along with a 2.11 goals against average and a .920 save percentage. He also appeared in 51 playoff games with them and racked up 30 wins including 8 shutouts. He helped Colorado win the Stanley Cup in 2001 (he also helped them win it in 1996).

He won several awards during his illustrious career, including three Vezina Trophies for being the best goalie in the league; five William M. Jennings Trophies for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season (one with Colorado in 2002), and three Conn Smythe Trophies for being the most valuable player in the playoffs (one with Colorado in 2001).

After his final season with Colorado in 2003, Patrick Roy retired.

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Worst: Peter Budaj

Peter Budaj spent the first six seasons of his NHL career with the Colorado Avalanche from 2005 to 2011.

The 6’1, 196 pound goaltender played a total of 242 regular season games with them and tallied 101 wins (including 9 shutouts), 91 losses and 27 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.83 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. He also appeared in 4 playoff games but didn’t record any wins.

He definitely struggled while playing for the Avalanche, having recorded over 20 wins just one time in his six seasons with them. Although he earned more wins than losses in his first three years with them, the last three seasons were the complete opposite.

After six seasons with Colorado, he moved on to play for the Montreal Canadiens in 2011.

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Best: Sergei Bobrovsky

Sergei Bobrovsky has spent the last five seasons with the Columbus Blue Jackets from 2012 to the current day.

So far, the 6’2, 182 pound goaltender has played 232 regular season games with the Blue Jackets and has produced 130 wins (including 15 shutouts), 80 losses and 18 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.41 goals against average and a .921 save percentage. He also appeared in 6 playoff games and tallied 2 wins.

He was awarded the Vezina Trophy in 2013 for being the best goalie in the NHL.

Currently this season, he has 32 wins in 48 games. As a matter of fact, he’s only one of four NHL goalies who have reached at least 30 wins so far this season. And he’s tied for first place among all goaltenders in the league (along with Devan Dubnyk) with 32 wins.

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Worst: Marc Denis

Marc Denis spent five seasons with the Columbus Blue Jackets from 2000 to 2006.

The 6’1, 193 pound goaltender played a total of 266 regular season games with the Blue Jackets, but recorded just 84 wins (including 12 shutouts), 146 losses, 24 ties and 11 overtime/shootout losses, along with a hefty 3.01 goals against average and a .905 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

With almost double the amount of losses than wins, it’s pretty obvious that he had a less than impressive career with Columbus. In fact, in every one of his five seasons with them, he recorded more losses than wins.

On June 30, 2006, the Columbus Blue Jackets traded Marc Denis to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for Fredrik Modin and Fredrik Norrena.

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Best: Marty Turco

Marty Turco spent the first nine seasons of his NHL career with the Dallas Stars from 2000 to 2010.

The 5’11, 184 pound goaltender played a total of 509 regular season games with them and produced 262 wins (along with 40 shutouts), 154 losses, 26 ties and 40 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.31 goals against average and a .911 save percentage. He also appeared in 47 playoff games and earned 21 wins including 4 shutouts.

In six of his nine seasons, he racked up 30 or more regular season wins.

In 2006 he was awarded the NHL Foundation Player Award for being the player who “applies the core values of hockey – commitment, perseverance and teamwork – to enrich the lives of people in his community”.

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Worst: Anders Lindback

Anders Lindback only played less than one season with Dallas in 2014-15, but he did such a terrible job that I had to name him the worst goalie for the Stars since 2000.

The large 6’6, 215 pound goaltender only played 10 regular season games with the Stars, but he had a horrible record of just 2 wins and 8 losses, along with a hefty 3.71 goals against average and a .875 save percentage.

Of those ten games, six of them he let in three or more goals. And in four of those games, he let in at least four goals.

After playing ten very disappointing games with the Dallas Stars, they traded him in February 2015, along with a conditional 3rd round draft pick, to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for Jhonas Enroth.

40 Detroit Red Wings

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Best: Chris Osgood

Chris Osgood had two separate stints with the Detroit Red Wings. The first time being from 1993 to 2001, and the second time being from 2005 to 2011.

Since the year 2000, the 5’10, 180 pound goaltender played 228 regular season games and accumulated 121 wins (including 10 shutouts), 58 losses, 4 ties and 32 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.68 goals against average and a .899 save percentage.

Also during that time, he appeared in 48 playoff games and racked up 31 wins including 6 shutouts. He helped them win the Stanley Cup in 2008 (he also helped them win it in 1997 and 1998).

He was awarded his second William M. Jennings Trophy in 2008 for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season. His first win was in 1996 also with Detroit.

After a very successful NHL career, Osgood retired in 2011 after playing his final season with the Red Wings.

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Worst: Petr Mrazek

The Detroit Red Wings really haven’t had any goalies that jumped out as being absolutely horrible, but based on his current struggles, I decided to name Petr Mrazek as their worst goalie since 2000.

The 6’2, 183 pound goaltender has spent his entire five-year NHL career with the Red Wings beginning with the 2012-13 season and continues to this very day. So far he has played in 131 regular season games and tallied 60 wins (including 10 shutouts), 46 losses and 14 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.49 goals against average and a .915 save percentage. He also appeared in 10 playoff games and recorded 4 wins including 3 shutouts.

So far this season, he has played in 37 games, but has just 14 wins and an unimpressive 2.98 GAA.

Last year, the Red Wings made their incredible 25th consecutive appearance in the NHL playoffs. However, this year they’re currently ranked last in the Eastern Conference which means it’s very likely they will miss the playoffs.

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Best: Tommy Salo

Tommy Salo was traded to the Edmonton Oilers from the New York Islanders during the 1998-99 season. He remained with Edmonton until the 2003-04 season.

During that time, the 6 foot tall, 180 pound goaltender played 251 regular season games and totalled 112 wins (including 21 shutouts), 98 losses, 36 ties and 14 overtime losses, along with a 2.48 goals against average and a .904 save percentage. He also appeared in 12 playoff games and produced 4 wins.

In four of his six seasons with the Oilers, he recorded more wins than losses. He also earned at least 25 wins four different times.

In March 2004, Tommy Salo was traded, along with a 6th round draft pick, to the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Tom Gilbert.

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Worst: Nikolai Khabibulin

Nikolai Khabibulin spent four seasons with the Edmonton Oilers from 2009 to 2013.

During that time, the 6’1, 208 pound goaltender played a total of 117 regular season games and recorded just 33 wins (including 5 shutouts), 67 losses and 14 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 3.00 goals against average and a .903 save percentage.

He never appeared in any playoff games with them because they missed the playoffs in all four seasons that he spent with them. As a matter of fact, in two of those seasons, the Oilers finished the season ranked last in the league.

In each of his four seasons with them, he racked up more losses than wins and couldn’t produce more than 12 wins in a single season. In fact, in two of his four seasons, he had a goals against average of over 3.00.

36 Florida Panthers

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Best: Roberto Luongo

Roberto Luongo played two separate stints with the Florida Panthers. The first time being from 2000 to 2006. He then spent eight seasons with the Vancouver Canucks before getting traded back to the Panthers in March 2014.

During his time with the Panthers, the 6’3, 217 pound goaltender has played 492 regular season games thus far and has recorded 193 wins (including 34 shutouts), 214 losses, 32 ties and 52 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.59 goals against average and a .920 save percentage. He also appeared in 6 playoff games and earned 2 wins.

His overall numbers aren’t overly fantastic, mostly because during in his first stint with the Panthers he struggled to put up big wins. In four of his first five seasons with them, he recorded more losses than wins.

However, this time around he’s doing better. In his last two seasons with them, he put up 28 wins and 35 wins, respectively. So far this season he has 16 wins in 38 games.

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Worst: Trevor Kidd

Trevor Kidd played three seasons with the Florida Panthers from 1999 to 2002.

Since the 2000-01 season, the 6’2, 213 pound goaltender played a total of 75 regular season games with them and earned just 14 wins (including 2 shutouts), 39 losses, 11 ties and 7 overtime losses, along with a high 3.27 goals against average and a .894 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

In each of those two seasons (2000-2002), he recorded over double the amount of losses than wins. He also had a goals against average that was well above the 3.00 mark.

After a very disappointing run with the Panthers, they didn’t resign him and he ended up playing two seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs before retiring.

34 Los Angeles Kings

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Best: Jonathan Quick

Jonathan Quick has spent his entire ten-year NHL career with the Los Angeles beginning with the 2007-08 season and continuing to this very day.

The 6’1, 218 pound goaltender has played 477 regular season games so far with them and has racked up 253 wins (including 42 shutouts), 162 losses and 51 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.26 goals against average and a .916 save percentage.

He also appeared in 81 playoff games with them and earned 46 wins including 9 shutouts. He helped the Kings win the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014. He was awarded the Conn Smythe Tophy in 2012 for being the most valuable player in the playoffs. Then in 2014, he was given the William M. Jennings Trophy for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

After missing all but one game this season with an injury, he is currently back and healthy.

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Worst: Jason LaBarbera

Jason LaBarbera played three seasons with the Los Angeles Kings from 2005-06 until 2008-09.

During that time, the 6’3, 232 pound goaltender played a total of 93 regular season games and tallied just 33 wins (including 4 shutouts), 40 losses and 8 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.93 goals against average and a .904 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

He definitely struggled during his time with the Kings, as he was unable to earn more than 17 wins in a single season. And in those three seasons, his goals against average wasn’t any better than 2.83.

After a very disappointing time in Los Angeles, they traded him on December 30, 2008 to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for a 7th round draft pick.

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Best: Devan Dubnyk

Devan Dubnyk was traded to the Minnesota Wild from the Arizona Coyotes in January 2015 in exchange for a 3rd round draft pick. He’s currently in his third season with the Wild.

So far with Minnesota, the large 6’6, 213 pound goaltender has played 152 regular season games and racked up 91 wins (including 15 shutouts), 46 losses and 11 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.09 goals against average and a .927 save percentage. He also appeared in 16 playoff games with them and recorded 6 wins including one shutout.

In 2015, he was awarded the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy for being the player who best shows qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to the sport.

So far this season, he has 32 wins (including 5 shutouts) in 46 games played. He’s currently tied for first place among all NHL goaltenders (along with Sergei Bobrovsky) for the most wins.

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Worst: Jamie McLennan

Although Jamie McLennan only played one season with the Minnesota Wild in 2000-01, it was definitely a nightmare season for him that I’m sure he wishes he could forget.

The 6 foot tall, 199 pound goaltender played 38 regular season games with the Wild and recorded just 5 wins (two of those were shutouts), 23 losses, 9 ties and 3 overtime losses, along with a 2.64 goals against average and a .905 save percentage. In 12 of his 38 games with them, he let in four or more goals. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them because they didn’t make the playoffs that year.

After the horrible season he had, it’s no surprise that he never played another game with the Minnesota Wild. He actually spent the following season playing for their AHL affiliate team, the Houston Aeros.

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Best: Carey Price

Carey Price has spent his entire ten-year NHL career with the Montreal Canadiens from 2007 to the present day.

So far, the 6’3, 226 pound goaltender has played 494 regular season games and accumulated 259 wins (including 38 shutouts), 171 losses and 55 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.42 goals against average and a .920 save percentage. He also appeared in 54 playoff games and earned 23 wins including 5 shutouts.

His best season so far was in 2014-15 when he led all NHL goaltenders that year with 44 wins and a phenomenal 1.96 goals against average. Also that year he was awarded four trophies:

Vezina Trophy for being the best goalie in the league.

Ted Lindsay Award for being the “most outstanding player” in the NHL.

William M. Jennings Trophy for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

Hart Memorial Trophy for being the most valuable player of the regular season.

So far this season, he has played 47 games and recorded 26 wins.

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Worst: David Aebischer

On March 8, 2006, the Colorado Avalanche traded David Aebischer to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Jose Theodore. Aebischer remained with the Canadiens until the end of the 2006-07 season.

The 6’1, 187 pound goaltender played a total of 39 regular season games with the Canadiens and recorded 17 wins (with no shutouts), 15 losses and 3 overtime/shootout losses, along with a very disappointing 3.28 goals against average and a .898 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

Aebischer was less than impressive during his time in Montreal. In fact, he had the worst goals against average among all Habs goalies since the year 2000 who have played more than two games. Also, in 15 of the 39 games he played with them, he let in 4 or more goals.

After a discouraging run with the Canadiens, he joined the Phoenix Coyotes in 2007 but only played one game with them – his last one in the NHL.

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Best: Pekka Rinne

Pekka Rinne has spent his entire eleven-year NHL career with the Nashville Predators beginning with the 2005-06 season and continuing to this day.

So far, the large 6’5, 217 pound goaltender has played 494 regular season games and racked up 262 wins (including 42 shutouts), 151 losses and 59 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.39 goals against average and a .917 save percentage. He also appeared in 48 playoff games and recorded 22 wins including one shutout.

During his career thus far, he has recorded at least 30 wins during five seasons. His best season was in 2011-12 when he racked up 43 wins in 73 games. In fact, he led all NHL goaltenders in wins that year.

So far this season, he has accumulated 24 wins in 47 games.

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Worst: Mike Dunham

Mike Dunham played five seasons with the Nashville Predators from 1998-99 until 2002-03.

Since the 2000-01 season, the 6’2, 190 pound goaltender played a total of 121 regular season games with them and tallied 46 wins (including 7 shutouts), 54 losses, 15 ties and 4 overtime losses, along with a 2.54 goals against average and a .911 save percentage. He never appeared in any playoff games with them.

During his entire time with Nashville, he never once earned more wins than losses in a single season. In fact, his best season was in 2000-01 when he recorded 21 wins and 21 losses (along with 4 ties and 2 overtime losses).

After a disappointing time in Nashville, they traded him on December 12, 2002 to the New York Rangers in exchange for Tomas Kloucek, Rem Murray, and the rights to Marek Zidlicky.

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Best: Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur is known as one of the best goaltenders to have played in the NHL. He spent 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils beginning with the 1991-92 season and finishing after the 2013-14 season.

Since the 2000-01 season, the 6’2, 220 pound goaltender played 812 regular season games and racked up a very impressive 444 wins (including 82 shutouts), 269 losses, 40 ties and 63 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.26 goals against average and a .912 save percentage.

Also during that time, he appeared in 121 playoff games and earned 63 wins including 16 shutouts. He helped the Devils win the Stanley Cup in 2003 (he also helped them win the Cup in 1995 and 2000).

In his entire 22 years in the NHL (his last season was with St. Louis in 2014-15), he was awarded five William M. Jennings Trophies, four Vezina Trophies, and one Calder Memorial Trophy.

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Worst: Keith Kinkaid

There haven’t been any goaltenders with the New Jersey Devils since 2000 who have stood out as being absolutely terrible, so I decided to turn my focus on Keith Kinkaid who is at best a mediocre goaltender who has certainly had his struggles.

Kinkaid has spent four seasons in the NHL, all of them with the New Jersey Devils (between the 2012-13 and 2016-17 seasons). So far, the 6’3, 195 pound goaltender has played 60 regular season games and recorded 21 wins (including 2 shutouts), 21 losses and 7 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.74 goals against average and a .910 save percentage. He hasn’t appeared in any playoff games with them.

He’s been struggling to earn a permanent spot in the NHL. The most games he’s played in a single season so far was in 2015-16 when he appeared in 23 games but tallied just 9 wins. He has spent quite a bit of time with the New Jersey’s AHL affiliate team, the Albany Devils.

So far this season, he has played in 17 NHL games for New Jersey and posted 6 wins.

24 New York Islanders

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Best: Jaroslav Halak

Jaroslav Halak is currently in his third season with the New York Islanders which began in 2014 and continues to this very day.

So far, the 5’11, 181 pound goaltender has played 116 regular season games and earned 62 wins (including 10 shutouts), 38 losses and 13 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.53 goals against average and a .913 save percentage. He also appeared in 7 playoff games and recorded 3 wins.

In his entire NHL career, his best season was with the Islanders in 2014-15 when he racked up 38 wins in 59 games. His 38 wins ranked him fifth among all NHL goaltenders that year.

So far this season, however, he’s been struggling with just 6 wins in 21 games, but based on his previous two seasons with the Islanders, he should get back on track.

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Worst: Joey MacDonald

Joey MacDonald played a total of 51 regular season games with the New York Islanders between the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons.

In those 51 games, the 6 foot tall, 197 pound goaltender put up very discouraging numbers with just 14 wins (including one shutout), 27 losses and 7 overtime/shootout losses, along with a hefty 3.36 goals against average and a .902 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games.

He played over half the season in 2008-09 and still recorded almost double the amount of losses than wins (14 wins, 26 losses). Needless to say, the Islanders didn’t make the playoffs that year. In fact, they finished the season ranked last in the entire league.

After a very disappoint time with the New York Islanders, it’s no surprise that they didn’t resign him. He ended up signing with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2009.

22 New York Rangers

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Best: Henrik Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist has spent his entire twelve-year NHL career with the New York Rangers from 2005 to the current day.

So far, the 6’1, 188 pound goaltender has played 732 regular season games and produced 402 wins (including 61 shutouts), 244 losses and 74 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.31 goals against average and a .920 save percentage. He also appeared in 116 playoff games and earned 55 wins including 9 shutouts.

His best season was in 2011-12 when he recorded 39 wins in 62 games. In fact, he was awarded the Vezina Trophy that year for being the best goaltender in the league.

During his career, he has recorded 30 or more wins in ten different seasons. And he’s well on his way to making it eleven seasons since so far this year he has 28 wins in 47 games.

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Worst: Dan Blackburn

Dan Blackburn’s NHL career started and ended with the New York Rangers.

The 6’1, 180 pound goaltender played a total of 63 regular season games with them between 2001 and 2003. He tallied just 20 wins (including one shutout), 32 losses, 4 ties and 2 overtime losses, along with a hefty 3.22 goals against average and a .894 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

In each of his two seasons with New York, he recorded more losses than wins. He also has the worst GAA among all New York Rangers goaltenders who have played at least 25 games since the year 2000. In both seasons that he played, he had over a 3.00 GAA. In fact, in 22 of the 63 games that he played, he let in at least 4 goals.

After his time with the Rangers, he never played another NHL game.

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Best: Patrick Lalime

Patrick Lalime spent five seasons with the Ottawa Senators from 1999 to 2004.

Since the 2000-01 season, the 6’3, 192 pound goaltender played a total of 245regular season games and produced 127 wins (including 27 shutouts), 86 losses, 27 ties and 15 overtime losses, along with a 2.32 goals against average and a .908 save percentage. He also appeared in 41 playoff games and earned 21 wins including 5 shutouts.

During his last four seasons with them (from 2000-2004), he racked up at least 25 wins in each of those seasons. His best season was in 2002-03 when he earned 39 wins in 67 games, which ranked him second best among all NHL goalies that year – just two wins behind the first place Martin Brodeur. Lalime’s eight shutouts that year also ranked him second among all goaltenders in the league.

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Worst: Alex Auld

Alex Auld spent two separate occasions with the Ottawa Senators – the first time being in 2008-09. And if once wasn’t bad enough, they brought the 6’4, 215 pound goaltender back for the second time in 2011-12 which was coincidentally (or not) his last season in the NHL.

The first time he played for them in 2008-09, he only managed 16 wins in 43 games. Even worst was in 2011-12 when he won just 2 games in 14 appearances.

His totals in those two seasons were 57 regular season games with 18 wins (with one shutout), 22 losses and 9 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.66 goals against average and a .906 save percentage.

In 14 of those 57 games, he let in at least 4 goals. As a matter of fact, in four consecutive games between December 12th and 27th, 2008, he let in 5 goals in each of those games.

18 Philadelphia Flyers

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Best: Roman Cechmanek

Roman Cechmanek spent three seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers from 2000 to 2003.

The 6’3, 211 pound goaltender played a total of 163 regular season games and earned 92 wins (including 20 shutouts), 43 losses, 22 ties and 8 overtime losses, along with a fantastic 1.96 goals against average and a .923 save percentage. He also appeared in 23 playoff games and recorded 9 wins including 3 shutouts.

In 2003, he was awarded the William M. Jennings Trophy for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

He had a very impressive time with the Flyers and earned over 30 wins in two of the three seasons he spent with them (the other season he had 24 wins).

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Worst: Ray Emery

Ray Emery played in two separate occasions with the Philadelphia Flyers. The first time was in 2009-10 and the second time was the last two seasons of his NHL career from 2013 to 2015.

The 6’2, 196 pound goaltender was unable to produce more than 16 wins in a single season with Philadelphia. His three-year totals with the Flyers were 88 regular season games played with 35 wins (including 5 shutouts), 34 losses and 10 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.88 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. He also appeared in three playoff games and tallied one win.

And his goals against average progressively got worst with each season. As a matter of fact, in 24 of the 88 games he played, he let in at least four goals.

He hasn’t played a NHL game since his last season with the Flyers in 2014-15.

16 Pittsburgh Penguins

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Best: Marc-Andre Fleury

Marc-Andre Fleury has spent his entire thirteen-year NHL career with the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2003 to the current day.

So far, the 6’2, 180 pound goaltender has played 683 regular season games and has racked up 372 wins (including 43 shutouts), 213 losses, 2 ties and 66 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.58 goals against average and a .912 save percentage.

In eight of his seasons, he posted over 30 wins, including the last three consecutive years. And in two seasons (2006-07 and 2011-12), he racked up at least 40 wins.

He also appeared in 100 playoff games and earned 53 wins including 8 shutouts. He helped the Penguins win the Stanley Cup in 2009 and 2016.

Currently this season, he has 15 wins in 30 games played.

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Worst: Sebastien Caron

Sebastien Caron played three seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2002 to 2006.

The 6’1, 170 pound goaltender played a total of 90 regular season games with them and posted just 24 wins (including 4 shutouts), 47 losses, 7 ties and 7 overtime/shootout losses, along with a very high 3.49 goals against average and a .892 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

In the three seasons he played for the Penguins, he failed to earn more than 9 wins in a single season. His goals against average was extremely disappointing as well, with two of those three seasons finishing with a GAA of almost 4.00.

In 39 of the 90 games, he let in at least four goals. What’s even more disturbing is that in eight of those games, he let in six or more goals.

14 San Jose Sharks

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Best: Evgeni Nabokov

Evgeni Nabokov spent the first ten years of his NHL career with the San Jose Sharks from 1999-00 to 2009-10.

During that time, the 6 foot tall, 202 pound goaltender played a total of 552 regular season games and accumulated 291 wins (including 49 shutouts), 176 losses, 28 ties and 51 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.39 goals against average and a .912 save percentage. He also appeared in 79 playoff games and earned 40 wins including 7 shutouts.

He was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy in 2001 for being the rookie of the year. In six of his ten seasons with them, he racked up at least 30 wins. In fact, he produced over 40 wins in each of the last three seasons he played for the Sharks.

His best season was in 2007-08 when he produced 46 wins in 77 games. His number of wins ranked him first among all NHL goalies that year.

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Worst: Miikka Kiprusoff

Although he had a fantastic career with the Calgary Flames, Miikka Kiprusoff was less than impressive during his time with the San Jose Sharks. In fact, he began his career with San Jose during the 2000-01 season and remained with them until November 2003 when he was traded to Calgary in exchange for a conditional second round draft pick.

During his time with the Sharks, the 6’1, 185 pound goaltender played a total of 47 regular season games and recorded just 14 wins (including 3 shutouts), 21 losses, 3 ties and 4 overtime losses. He also had a 2.84 goals against average and a .897 save percentage. He then appeared in four playoff games but tallied just one win.

In each of his three seasons with San Jose, he was unable to earn more than 7 regular season wins.

12 St. Louis Blues

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Best: Brian Elliott

Brian Elliott spent five seasons with the St. Louis Blues from 2011 to 2016.

During that time, the 6’2, 209 pound goaltender racked a lot more wins than losses. He played 181 regular season games and earned 104 wins (including 25 shutouts), 46 losses and 16 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.01 goals against average and a .925 save percentage. He also appeared in 33 playoff games and recorded 14 wins including one shutout.

In three of his five seasons with St. Louis, he produced over 20 regular season wins. In fact, he earned more wins than losses in each of the five years he spent with them. He also never had a GAA any higher than 2.28.

He was awarded the William M. Jennings Trophy in 2012 for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

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Worst: Patrick Lalime

Patrick Lalime spent only one season with the St. Louis Blues in 2005-06, but what a terrible year that was.

Before joining the Blues, he had a pretty decent record with over 20 wins in five of his six prior seasons with Pittsburgh and Ottawa. So when the Blues started struggling, it was pretty much expected that Lalime would dig them out of their rut, but that’s not how it turned out.

During his short time with St. Louis, the 6’3, 192 pound goaltender recorded just 4 wins, 18 losses and 8 overtime/shootout losses in 31 regular season appearances. He also had a horrible 3.64 goals against average and a .881 save percentage.

After making 25 consecutive NHL playoff appearances from 1980 to 2004, the St. Louis Blues finished last in the entire league that year (2005-06) and broke their phenomenal playoff streak.

10 Tampa Bay Lightning

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Best: Ben Bishop

Ben Bishop was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning by the Ottawa Senators on April 3, 2013 in exchange for Cory Conacher and a 4th round draft pick.

During his time with Tampa Bay, the large 6’7, 216 pound goaltender played 227 regular season games and racked up 131 wins (including 17 shutouts), 64 losses and 20 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.28 goals against average and a .921 save percentage. He also appeared in 36 playoff games with them and earned 21 wins including 5 shutouts.

He produced at least 35 wins in three separate seasons for the Lightning. His best season was in 2014-15 when he recorded 40 wins in 62 games. He was one of only four NHL goaltenders that year to reach 40 wins.

So far this season, he has 16 wins in 32 games. But on February 26, 2017, the Tampa Bay Lightning traded Ben Bishop and a fifth round draft pick to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Peter Budaj, Erik Cernak, a seventh round draft pick and a conditional pick.

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Worst: Karri Ramo

Karri Ramo played the first three seasons of his NHL career with the Tampa Bay Lightning from 2006-07 to 2008-09.

During that time, the 6’2, 206 pound goaltender played a total of 48 regular season games and posted just 11 wins (with no shutouts), 21 losses and 10 overtime/shootout losses, along with a very disappointing 3.35 goals against average and a .895 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

In his three seasons with the Lightning, he was unable to record more than 7 wins in a single season. And his goals against average was over 3.00 in each of those seasons. In fact, he has the worst GAA among all Tampa Bay goaltenders who have played more than 30 regular season games since the year 2000.

8 Toronto Maple Leafs

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Best: Ed Belfour

Ed Belfour played three seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 2002 to 2006.

During that time, the 6 foot tall, 214 pound goaltender played a total of 170 regular season games and earned 93 wins (including 17 shutouts), 61 losses, 11 ties and 8 overtime/shootout losses. He also had a 2.51 goals against average and a .912 save percentage. He then appeared in 20 playoff games and recorded 9 wins including 3 shutouts.

Although he was clearly at the end of his NHL career, he still put up great numbers with the Leafs. In fact, in two of his three seasons with them, he racked up over 30 wins. And in 2003-04, he ranked second among all NHL goalies with an impressive ten shutouts.

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Worst: Andrew Raycroft

Andrew Raycroft spent two seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 2006 to 2008.

During that time, the 6’1, 180 pound goaltender played a total of 91 regular season games and recorded 39 wins (including 3 shutouts), 34 losses and 14 overtime/shootout losses, along with a disappointing 3.17 goals against average and a .890 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

His hefty 3.17 GAA is tied for the worst among all Leafs goalies who have played at least 15 regular season games since 2000. In fact, in 33 of his 91 games, he let in four or more goals. And in 16 of those games, he let in at least 5 goals.

Needless to say, he never played another game with Toronto after that. As a matter of fact, after the 2007-08 season, the Maple Leafs bought out the remaining year on his contract.

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Best: Roberto Luongo

Roberto Luongo spent eight seasons with the Vancouver Canucks from 2006 to 2014.

During that time, the 6’3, 217 pound goaltender played a total of 448 regular season games and earned 252 wins (including 38 shutouts), 137 losses and 50 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.36 goals against average and a .919 save percentage. He also appeared in 64 playoff games and posted 32 wins including 5 shutouts.

During his time with the Canucks, he earned over 30 wins in six consecutive seasons. In fact, in 2010-11, he finished the regular season tied for first overall among all NHL goalies (along with Carey Price) for producing the most wins that year with 38. Also in 2011, he was awarded the William M. Jennings Trophy for being the goaltender of the team who allowed the fewest goals scored against them during the regular season.

After a great run with the Canucks, Roberto Luongo was traded in March 2014, along with Steven Anthony, to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Jacob Markstrom and Shawn Matthias.

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Worst: Jacob Markstrom

Although no Canucks goaltenders since 2000 have really stuck out as being absolutely terrible, I did notice that Jacob Markstrom has been struggling in his career. His NHL career began with the Florida Panthers until getting traded to the Vancouver Canucks in March 2014 in the Roberto Luongo trade. He remains with the Canucks to this very day.

The large 6’6, 196 pound Markstrom has so far played 66 regular season games with Vancouver and posted 25 wins, 28 losses and 7 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.71 goals against average and a .911 save percentage. He has not appeared in any playoff games with them.

He has definitely struggled throughout his career. In fact, he has not yet recorded a shutout in his entire seven-year NHL career. Also during his entire career to date, he has not produced more wins than losses in any of his seasons.

So far this season, he has 10 wins in 26 games.

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Best: Braden Holtby

Braden Holtby has spent his entire seven-year NHL career thus far with the Washington Capitals beginning with the 2010-11 season and continuing to this very day.

So far, the 6’2, 217 pound goaltender has played 290 regular season games and produced 180 wins (including 30 shutout), 68 losses and 30 overtime/shootout losses, along with a 2.31 goals against average and a .922 save percentage. He also appeared in 46 playoff games with them and earned 22 wins including 4 shutouts.

He has racked up over 40 wins in each of his last two seasons. In 2015-16, his 48 wins ranked him first overall among all NHL goaltenders that year. He was also awarded the Vezina Trophy in 2016 for being the best goalie in the league.

And he has already reached the 30-win plateau this season since he currently has 31 wins in 46 games so far.

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Worst: Brent Johnson

Brent Johnson spent four seasons with the Washington Capitals from 2005 to 2009.

During that time, the 6’3, 199 pound goaltender played a total of 96 regular season games and tallied 34 wins (with one shutout), 41 losses and 12 overtime/shootout losses, along with a hefty 3.21 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. He never appeared in any playoff games with them.

In his four years with Washington, he failed to record any more than 12 wins in a single season with them. He also didn’t have a GAA lower than 2.67 in any of those four years. In fact, in 29 of the 96 games he played for them, he let in four or more goals. And in 16 of those games, he let in at least five goals.

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Since the Winnipeg Jets were previously the Atlanta Thrashers until the 2011-12 season, I have combined the overall totals between both teams since the year 2000.

Best: Ondrej Pavelec

Ondrej Pavelec has spent his entire ten-year NHL career with the Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets beginning with the 2007-08 season and continuing to this very day.

So far, the 6’3, 215 pound goaltender has played 379 regular season games and produced 152 wins (including 17 shutouts), 158 losses and 47 overtime/shootout losses. He also has a 2.87 goals against average and a .907 save percentage. He also appeared in four playoff games but lost them all.

Throughout his career, he earned over 20 wins in five consecutive seasons from 2010-11 to 2014-15.

Pavelec hasn’t had the best of luck this season. So far in 2016-17 he has only played 8 games and recorded 4 wins. He’s currently on Winnipeg’s injured reserve with a lower-body injury.

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Worst: Milan Hnilicka

Milan Hnilicka played three seasons with the Atlanta Thrashers from 2000 to 2003.

During that time, the 6’1, 190 pound goaltender played a total of 117 regular season games and tallied just 29 wins (including 5 shutouts), 65 losses, 13 ties and 7 overtime losses. He also had a disappointing 3.30 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. He didn’t appear in any playoff games with them.

In each of his three seasons with the Thrashers, he was unable to earn more than 13 wins. In fact, he recorded more losses than wins in each of those three years. He also never had a GAA better than 3.19 during that time. On 19 different occasions, he let in five or more goals.

After his disappointing time in Atlanta, he went on to play two games for the Los Angeles Kings in 2003 and that’s the last time he appeared in a NHL game.

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