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Episode 51: Patrick Roy, Martin Brodeur, Curtis Joseph

16-10-2020

Roy:
NHL: 1984-2003, 19 seasons, 18 as a starter
Totals:
551W (2nd All Time)
315L (13th)
131T (8th)
66SO (15th)
60,214 Minutes (2nd) in
1029 GP (5th Goalie)
198.3 PS (8th All Time, 3rd Goalie)
166.9 Goals Saved Above Average (2nd)
Averages:
2.54 GAA
.910 SV%
Draft: Drafted 51st overall in 1984, Roy is
1st in Wins (by over 300)
1st in Losses
1st in Ties/Others
1st in Save Percentage [True leader played 2 games]
1st in GAA [True leader played 2 games]
1st in Point Shares
1st in Goalie Games Played (by over 400)
Era: Of the 32 goalies to play in at least 410 games between 1984 and 2003, Roy is
1st in Wins (by 150)
2nd in Losses
1st in Others
1st in Goals Against
1st in Shots Against
1st in Saves
4th in Save Percentage
6th in GAA
1st in Goals Saved Above Average
1st in Shutouts
1st in Minutes
1st in Games (by 150)
82-game average: 29-17-7, 3 SO
3-year peak (1991-94): 34-21-8, 5 SO; 0.909 %, 2.58 GAA
Playoffs:
151W (1st by nearly 40)
94L (1st)
23 SO (2nd)
.918 SV%
2.31 GAA
15,205 Minutes (1st) in
247 Games (1st Goalie)
Brodeur:
NHL: 1991-2015; 22 seasons, 17 as the starter
Totals:
691W (1st All Time)
397L (1st)
154T (3rd)
125SO (1st)
74,439 Minutes (1st) in
1266 GP (1st);
207 PS (7th, 2nd Goalie)
207 Goals Saved Above Average (10th)
Averages:
.912 SV%
2.24 GAA
Draft: 20th Overall in 1990, Brodeur is
1st in Wins (by over 400)
1st in Losses (by over 100)
1st in Ties/Others
1st in Save Percentage
1st* in GAA [True leader played one game]
2nd in PS (1st Goalie)
1st in Goalie Games Played
Era: Of 37 goalies to play in 430 games between 1991 and 2015, Brodeur is
1st in Wins (by over 250)
1st in Losses
1st in Others
1st in Goals Against
1st in Shots Against
1st in Saves
11th in Save Percentage
2nd in GAA
4th in Goals Saved Above Average
1st in Shutouts (by 44)
1st in Minutes
1st in Games
82-game average: 31-18-7, 6 SO
3-year-peak (2005-08): 45-24-7, 7 SO; .918 SV%, 2.31 GAA; 26.12 GSAA
Playoffs:
113W (2nd)
91L (2nd)
24 SO (1st)
.919 SV% (22nd)
2.019 GAA
12,719 Minutes in
205 Games (1st Goalie)
Joseph:
NHL: 1989-2009; 19 seasons, 13 as a starter
Totals:
454W (7th All Time)
352L (3rd)
96T (22nd)
51 SO
54,054 Minutes (6th) in
943 Games (6th);
167.5 PS (25th All Time, 9th Goalie)
127 GSAA (22nd)
Averages:
.906 SV%
2.79 GAA
Undrafted
Era: Of the 37 goalies to play in at least 410 games between 1989 and 2009, Cujo is
3rd in Wins
1st in Losses (by over 40)
5th in Others
1st in Goals Against
1st in Shots Against
1st in Saves
16th in Save Percentage
16th in Goals Against Average
8th in Goals Saved Above Average
5th in Shutouts
3rd in Minutes
2nd in Games Played
82-game average: 24-19-5, 3 SO
3-year-peak (1991-94): 31-24-10, 1 SO; .911 SV%; 2.93 GAA; 45.93 GSAA
Playoffs:
63W (13th All Time)
66L (5th)
16 SO (3rd)
.917 SV%
2.42 GAA

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 Bill grew up on the south shore of Montreal, but was born on the left coast. He has been a die-hard Canucks fan since 1989 (except those two Messier years, which he spent living in a bunker fearing the sun).  Bill has long been an avid baseball, hockey and football fan, and probably should write a book about one of them. Joining the podcast with Riley is a chance for Bill to flex his vast knowledge of hockey history without becoming a pub quiz barfly. Bill has promised to remove his green and blue coloured glasses for the podcast, but can't make any promises. 

 

Riley Haas

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Riley grew up watching baseball but fell in love with the Maple Leafs during the 1993 playoff run. He had his heart broken by Gretzky and didn't watch hockey again for 5 years. Starting with the 1999 Leafs playoff run Riley immersed himself in hockey again, becoming so obsessive that he eventually wrote a book about Maple Leafs mismanagement. He dates his falling out of love with the Maple Leafs from the David Clarkson contract. He is now much more of a basketball fan but still loves the history of hockey.

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