Greatest Players Drafted – 20th Overall


Martin Brodeur

Drafted: 20th overall (1st round), 1990, New Jersey Devils
Amateur Team: St. Hyacinthe Lasers
Born: May 6th, 1972 in Montreal, Quebec
Position: Goaltender
Teams: NJD, STL
Number: 30, 29
Catches: Left

Career Statistics

Regular Season                  Playoffs

GP: 1266                               GP: 205
Wins: 691                              Wins: 113
Losses: 397                           Losses: 91
T/OT/SO: 154                        Save %: .919
Save %: .912                         GAA: 2.02
GAA: 2.24                              Shutouts: 24
Shutouts: 125                       Minutes: 12,719
Minutes: 74,439                     


3x Stanley Cup Champion
4x Vezina Trophy winner
3x NHL First All-Star Team
4x NHL Second All-Star Team
5x William M. Jennings Trophy winner
1993-94 Calder Memorial Trophy winner
1993-94 NHL All-Rookie Team
9x NHL All-Star

Honourable Mention: Michel Goulet (1979, QUE), Larry Robinson (1971, MTL)

I feel bad for Goulet and Robinson, both Hall of Famers who never had a shot at this spot because they’re going up against one of the greatest goaltenders of all time. Robinson is a 2-time Norris Trophy winner with 6 Stanley Cups. Goulet had a stretch in the mid-80s where he scored 360 goals in 7 seasons (only Kurri and Gretzky had more in that span). And they just had no shot.