NHL All Star G: Montreal Canadians
Career Highlights: Considered one of the greatest NHL goaltenders, Montreal Canadians goaltender Carey Price has enjoyed an impressive 10-year NHL career. A five-time NHL All-Star, Price won the Hart (most valuable player), Jennings (fewest goals allowed), Vezina (best goaltender), and Ted Lindsay (most valuable player voted by the NHL Players Association) trophies in 2015, becoming the first goaltender in NHL history to win all four individual awards in the same season. Price has played in 509 games posting a 270-175 record with 13,855 saves on 15,058 shots on goal. He boasts a career .920 save average with 39 shutouts. In his rookie 2007-08 NHL season, Price finished the regular season leading all rookie goaltenders in wins (24), save percentage (.920) shutouts (3), and was also named to the NHL All-Rookie Team. Price’s name is written in the Canadians record book in several goaltending categories including winning 44 games in the 2014-15, eclipsing the old mark of 42 sent by goaltending legends Jacques Plante and Ken Dryden. In 2014, Price won an Olympic gold medal with the Canadian Olympic Hockey Team and his play earned him the tournament’s top goaltending award.