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Jennings TrophyWilliam M. Jennings Trophy

The William M. Jennings Trophy is an annual award given to the goalkeeper(s) having played a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals scored against it. Winners are selected based on regular-season play.

Previously, the Vezina Trophy was awarded on these merits (1946-81).  A total of six goaltenders have won both the Jennings and Vezina Trophies in the same season.  Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff and Boston's Tim Thomas have done so in recent seasons, while four others have won both trophies on two separate occasions -- Patrick Roy, Martin Brodeur, Ed Belfour and Dominik Hasek.

The Jennings Trophy was presented in 1981-82 by the National Hockey League's Board of Governors to honor the late William M. Jennings, longtime governor and president of the New York Rangers and one of the great builders of hockey in the United States.

2014 Winner
Johnathan Quick
Johnathan Quick
Goalie - LAK
RECORD: 27-17-4
GAA: 2.07 | SVP: 0.915

2014 Winners:
Johnathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings
Quick saw the most action on a Kings team that allowed a League-low 174 goals, three fewer than the Boston Bruins. He captured his first William M. Jennings Trophy as well as the first in Kings history, compiling a 27-17-4 record with a 2.07 goals-against average, .915 save percentage and six shutouts in 49 appearances.

Quick surpassed Rogie Vachon as the winningest goaltender in Kings history when he recorded his 172nd career victory March 22. He also moved within one of Vachon’s franchise record for shutouts when he posted the 31st of his career on April 2. Together with Martin Jones (4) and Ben Scrivens (3), the Kings compiled a League-leading 13 shutouts, a franchise record and the second-most by any team in the past nine seasons (2011-12 Blues: 15).

Recipients
Year Player Team
2014 JOHNATHAN QUICK LOS ANGELES KINGS
2013 corey crawford / ray emery chicago blackhawks
2012 Brian Elliott/Jaroslav Halak St. Louis Blues
2011 Roberto Luongo/Cory Schneider Vancouver Canucks
2010 Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils
2009 Tim Thomas/Manny Fernandez Boston Bruins
2008 Dominik Hasek/Chris Osgood Detroit Red Wings
2007 Niklas Backstrom/Manny Fernandez Minnesota Wild
2006 Miikka Kiprusoff Calgary Flames
2004 Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils
2003 Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils
  Roman Cechmanek/Robert Esche Philadelphia Flyers
2002 Patrick Roy Colorado Avalanche
2001 Dominik Hasek Buffalo Sabres
2000 Roman Turek St. Louis Blues
1999 Ed Belfour/Roman Turek Dallas Stars
1998 Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils
1997 Martin Brodeur/Mike Dunham New Jersey Devils
1996 Chris Osgood/Mike Vernon Detroit Red Wings
1995 Ed Belfour Chicago Blackhawks
1994 Dominik Hasek/Grant Fuhr Buffalo Sabres
1993 Ed Belfour Chicago Blackhawks
1992 Patrick Roy Montreal Canadiens
1991 Ed Belfour Chicago Blackhawks
1990 Andy Moog/Rejean Lemelin Boston Bruins
1989 Patrick Roy/Brian Hayward Montreal Canadiens
1988 Patrick Roy/Brian Hayward Montreal Canadiens
1987 Patrick Roy/Brian Hayward Montreal Canadiens
1986 Bob Froese/Darren Jensen Philadelphia Flyers
1985 Tom Barrasso/Bob Sauve Buffalo Sabres
1984 Al Jensen/Pat Riggin Washington Capitals
1983 Roland Melanson/Billy Smith New York Islanders
1982 Rick Wamsley/Denis Herron Montreal Canadiens