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Vezina Trophy Winners

Wednesday, 06.20.2012 / 9:11 PM / News

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Vezina Trophy Winners

Winners of the National Hockey League's Vezina Trophy, now awarded annually to the league's outstanding goaltender. (Prior to 1982, awarded to goaltenders playing in a minimum of 25 games for the team allowing the fewest goals):

2012 - Henrik Lundqvist, N.Y. Rangers

2011 - Tim Thomas, Boston

2010 - Ryan Miller, Buffalo

2009 - Tim Thomas, Boston

2008 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

2007 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

2006 - Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary

2005 - Lockout

2004 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

2003 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

2002 - Jose Theodore, Montreal

2001 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

2000 - Olaf Kolzig, Washington

1999 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

1998 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

1997 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

1996 - Jim Carey, Washington

1995 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

1994 - Dominik Hasek, Buffalo

1993 - Ed Belfour, Chicago

1992 - Patrick Roy, Montreal

1991 - Ed Belfour, Chicago

1990 - Patrick Roy, Montreal

1989 - Patrick Roy, Montreal

1988 - Grant Fuhr, Edmonton

1987 - Ron Hextall, Philadelphia

1986 - John Vanbiesbrouck, N.Y. Rangers

1985 - Pelle Lindbergh, Philadelphia

1984 - Tom Barrasso, Buffalo

1983 - Pete Peters, Boston

1982 - Bill Smith, N.Y. Islanders

1981 - Rich Sevigny, Denis Herron, Michel Larocque, Montreal

1980 - Bob Sauve, Don Edwards, Buffalo

1979 - Ken Dryden, Michel Larocque, Montreal

1978 - Ken Dryden, Michel Larocque, Montreal

1977 - Ken Dryden, Michel Larocque, Montreal

1976 - Ken Dryden, Montreal

1975 - Bernie Parent, Philadelphia

1974 - Bernie Parent, Philadelphia, Tony Esposito, Chicago

1973 - Ken Dryden, Montreal

1972 - Tony Esposito, Gary Smith, Chicago

1971 - Ed Giacomin, Gilles Villemure, N.Y. Rangers

1970 - Tony Esposito, Chicago

1969 - Jacques Plante, Glenn Hall, St. Louis

1968 - Lorne Worsley, Rogie Vachon, Montreal

1967 - Glenn Hall, Denis Dejordy, Chicago

1966 - Lorne Worsley, Charlie Hodge, Montreal

1965 - Terry Sawchuk, Johnny Bower, Toronto

1964 - Charlie Hodge, Montreal

1963 - Glenn Hall, Chicago

1962 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1961 - Johnny Bower, Toronto

1960 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1959 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1958 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1957 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1956 - Jacques Plante, Montreal

1955 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit

1954 - Harry Lumley, Toronto

1953 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit

1952 - Terry Sawchuk, Detroit

1951 - Al Rollins, Toronto

1950 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1949 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1948 - Turk Broda, Toronto

1947 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1946 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1945 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1944 - Bill Durnan, Montreal

1943 - Johnny Mowers, Detroit

1942 - Frank Brimsek, Boston

1941 - Turk Broda, Toronto

1940 - Dave Kerr, N.Y. Rangers

1939 - Frank Brimsek, Boston

1938 - Tiny Thompson, Boston

1937 - Normie Smith, Detroit

1936 - Tiny Thompson, Boston

1935 - Lorne Chabot, Chicago

1934 - Charlie Gardiner, Chicago

1933 - Tiny Thompson, Boston

1932 - Charlie Gardiner, Chicago

1931 - Roy Worters, N.Y. Americans

1930 - Tiny Thompson, Boston

1929 - George Hainsworth, Montreal

1928 - George Hainsworth, Montreal

1927 - George Hainsworth, Montreal

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