St Louis Blues: Top 30 Goaltenders in Franchise History

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30. Guy Hebert

1991-93; 37 games, 13-13-3 record, 3.39 GAA, 1 shutout; 1 postseason game

Hebert, who is best known by most for his eight years in an Anaheim Mighty Ducks uniform, spent the first two seasons of his career with the St Louis Blues’ organization before being selected by the Ducks in the 1993 expansion draft.

Hebert had a strong rookie season in 1991-92, making his debut in December and playing in 13 games, going 5-5-1 with a 2.93 GAA and .908 save percentage, very impressive numbers considering the offense-heavy nature of the game then.

Hebert earned more time as Curtis Joseph’s backup in 1992-93, though he was not as effective, going 8-8-2 in 24 games with a 3.67 GAA and .883 save percentage. On the plus side, Hebert earned his first career shutout during that season and got a tiny bit of playoff action, getting two minutes in net during the Blues’ double-overtime loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of the Division Finals.

If he had stuck around, Hebert likely would have continued to be a reliable option in net for the St Louis Blues, as he went on to play 441 games for Anaheim, placing him second only to Jean-Sebastian Giguere in franchise history in that category.

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