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Terry Sawchuk

Terry Sawchuk  #30

Goalie
NUMBER: 30 BIRTHDATE: December 28, 1929
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
WEIGHT: 195
Catches: Left
AwardsSeasons
Vezina Trophy 1951-1952 / 1952-1953 / 1954-1955 / 1964-1965
Calder Memorial Trophy 1950-1951
Lester Patrick Trophy 1970-1971
USHL Second All-Star Team (1948) Outstanding Rookie Cup (Top Rookie USHL) (1948) Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award (Rookie of the Year AHL) (1949) AHL First All-Star Team (1950) NHL First All-Star Team (1951, 1952, 1953) Calder Memorial Trophy (1951) Vezina Trophy (1952, 1953, 1955) NHL Second All-Star Team (1954, 1955, 1959, 1963) Vezina Trophy (1965) (shared with Johnny Bower) Lester Patrick Trophy (1971) Played in NHL All-Star Game (1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1963, 1964, 1968) Traded to Boston by Detroit with Vic Stasiuk, Marcel Bonin and Lorne Davis for Ed Sandford, Real Chevrefils, Norm Corcoran, Gilles Boisvert and Warren Godfrey, June 3, 1955. Missed remainder of 1956-57 due to nervous exhaustion, January 16, 1957. Traded to Detroit by Boston for John Bucyk and cash, July 10, 1957. Claimed by Toronto from Detroit in Intra-League Draft, June 10, 1964. Claimed by Los Angeles from Toronto in Expansion Draft, June 6, 1967. Traded to Detroit by Los Angeles for Jimmy Peters, October 10, 1968. Traded to NY Rangers by Detroit with Sandy Snow for Larry Jeffrey, June 17, 1969.
Quote of the Day

It's pretty crazy, but believe me when I say we didn't draft these players with the mindset we had to because they had good hockey-playing dads. It just turned out that way. But we're certainly glad they're a part of our organization.

— Arizona Coyotes director of amateur scouting Tim Bernhardt regarding the coincidence that six of the organization's top prospects are sons of former NHL players