One of the top goalies of his era, he became a legend with one of the Original Six franchises, then backstopped the NHL’s first southern champion, all while showing a mercurial and fascinating personality.
One of the top goalies of his era, he became a legend with one of the Original Six franchises, then backstopped the NHL’s first southern champion, all while showing a mercurial and fascinating personality.
One of the top goalies of his era, he became a legend with one of the Original Six franchises, then backstopped the NHL’s first southern champion, all while showing a mercurial and fascinating personality.
  • He went from going undrafted to becoming one of only two players to have won an NCAA championship, an Olympic Gold medal, and a Stanley Cup.
  • His 1999 run to the title was significant because the Stars were the first Sun Belt NHL team to capture the Cup, and he outdueled Grant Fuhr, Patrick Roy, and Dominik Hasek to win it.
  • He was one of the greatest goalies of his era, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
  • His personality is unique, and it affected relationships with teammates and beyond.
  • He has appeal in multiple regions including three large U.S. markets (Dallas, Chicago, and Miami) plus Toronto and Sweden.
  • The ramifications of the Stars’ Stanley Cup win, which would not have happened without him, affected the entire sport by showing that ice hockey could succeed in the Sun Belt.
  • He went from going undrafted to becoming one of only two players to have won an NCAA championship, an Olympic Gold medal, and a Stanley Cup.
  • His 1999 run to the title was significant because the Stars were the first Sun Belt NHL team to capture the Cup, and he outdueled Grant Fuhr, Patrick Roy, and Dominik Hasek to win it.
  • He was one of the greatest goalies of his era, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
  • His personality is unique, and it affected relationships with teammates and beyond.
  • He has appeal in multiple regions including three large U.S. markets (Dallas, Chicago, and Miami) plus Toronto and Sweden.
  • The ramifications of the Stars’ Stanley Cup win, which would not have happened without him, affected the entire sport by showing that ice hockey could succeed in the Sun Belt.
  • He went from going undrafted to becoming one of only two players to have won an NCAA championship, an Olympic Gold medal, and a Stanley Cup.
  • His 1999 run to the title was significant because the Stars were the first Sun Belt NHL team to capture the Cup, and he outdueled Grant Fuhr, Patrick Roy, and Dominik Hasek to win it.
  • He was one of the greatest goalies of his era, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
  • His personality is unique, and it affected relationships with teammates and beyond.
  • He has appeal in multiple regions including three large U.S. markets (Dallas, Chicago, and Miami) plus Toronto and Sweden.
  • The ramifications of the Stars’ Stanley Cup win, which would not have happened without him, affected the entire sport by showing that ice hockey could succeed in the Sun Belt.
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