St Louis Blues: Top 30 Goaltenders in Franchise History

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9. Jaroslav Halak

2010-14; 159 games, 83-47-19 record, .916 save percentage, 2.23 GAA, 20 shutouts; 2 postseason games, 1-1 record; 2012 William M. Jennings Trophy Winner

Halak’s main weaknesses while with the St Louis Blues were an inability to avoid injuries and an attitude that was perceived by many to be indifferent towards the team and its on-ice performance. When he was in net, however, he was pretty successful.

Halak ranks second in Blues history, only to Brian Elliott, in both shutouts (20) and save percentage (.916). His record is well over .500, and other than for a stretch in 2013 following the lockout, he was very dependable.

If he hadn’t gotten injured during the first round of the 2011-12 playoffs and missed the postseason in 2013 due to a groin injury, he’d almost certainly be higher up on this list.

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