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Patrick Roy

With little debate, Patrick Roy was the greatest goalie in hockey history and one of the best playoff performers in any sport. Roy is known for his illustrious career as a goalie for the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche, where he won four total Stanley Cups. He also won 151 playoff games as a goalie (an NHL record) and won the Conn Smythe Trophy (playoff MVP) three times. He is the only player ever to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as many times. Roy was the first goalie to win 500 career games. He finished his career with 25,807 saves, the most at the time of his retirement, and had just a .254 goals against average with a .910 save percentage. He had 66 shutouts in his career. His 60,235 minutes in goals were the most all time at the time of his retirement.

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