Ken Dryden, Montreal: 6 Cups (won in a short NHL career of just 8 seasons)
Jacques Plante, Montreal: 6 Cups
Grant Fuhr, Edmonton: 5 Cups (he didn't play during the playoffs in 1990, but still got his name on the bowl as a backup that year)
Billy Smith, NY Islanders: 4 Cups
Patrick Roy, Montreal and Colorado: 4 Cups
Martin Brodeur, New Jersey: 3 Cups
Ron Hextall and Martin Brodeur have each scored 2 NHL goals. Both of Hextall's goals, one in the regular season (1987) and one in the playoffs (1989), resulted from him shooting the puck directly toward the empty net at the other end of the rink. Brodeur shot the puck at the empty net to score his first goal during the playoffs (1997), but he was credited with a regular season goal (2000) as he was the last New Jersey Devil to touch the puck before a Philadelphia Flyer player shot the puck into his own net.
Patrick Roy 151 wins with Montreal and Colorado.
martin brodour 2003
Brodeur in 03 had 3 against the ducks
Abviously Martin Brodeur leades in shutouts. Even though he was injured, he has had two shutouts already. His most recent shutout was his 100 career shutout.
Patrick Roy scored in 2003 which is the most recent nhl goalie to score in a game and playoff game.
There is no wierdest number. The regular "goalie" numbers are: 1, 30, 31, 34, 35, 40. It isn't odd to see a goalie with 32, 33, 36,37,38, or 39. Most goalie numbers other than those mentioned above are fairly wierd to see on a goalie.
Martin Brodeur - 551.
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Yes, but you will be penalized for Roughing most likely.