St. Louis Blues goalie Manny Legace is the shortest. He is 5'9"
Roy "Shrimp" Worters at 5'3" tall, the shortest player ever to play in the NHL
goalie Roy "Shrimp" Worters, who stood at 5'3", played for Pittsburgh, New York Americans, and Montreal Canadiens from 1925 to 1937
Ben Bishop of the St.Louis Blues.
Yes Martin broudeor
he was 5'4 but he retired
You are not allowed to hit a goalie in the NHL. Of you do you will get a 2 minute penalty for goalie interference.
The height of an NHL goalie can be beneficial as the player will cover more of the net. The tallest current NHL goalie is Ben Bishop.
Martain Broudor of the NJ Devils
In history- Patrick roy...currently- Carey price
a nhl goalie makes anywhere from 450,000.00 to 7.7million. depending on how good of a goalie you are.
You are not allowed to check the goalie whatsoever in the NHL. If you do, a goalie interference penalty will be called and your team will be shorthanded.
Corey Crawford of the Chicago Blackhawks is the 2nd Highest paid goalie in the NHL.
yes,but it will be a goalie interference
shortest player in the nhl is Nathan gerbe 5'5
There was only 1 lady in NHL History. She was goalie for the Tampa Bay Lighting in 2000. She only played 1 game. She lost 4-3
Nikolai Khabibulin of the Chicago Blackhawks is the NHL's highest-paid goalie
The shortest current goalie in soccer is from San Marino and he's 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Patrick Roy scored in 2003 which is the most recent nhl goalie to score in a game and playoff game.
No, it is against the rules to be a goalie and be a captain. A goalie can be an assistant captain, but not a regular captain.
The shortest player ever to be in the NHL would be Roy "shrimp" Worters at 5'3".