St Louis Blues: Top 30 Goaltenders in Franchise History

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25. Wayne Stephenson

1972-74; 87 games, 31-37-12 record, 3.12 GAA, 3 shutouts; 3 postseason games, 1-2 record

After a cup of coffee with the St Louis Blues in 1972, Stephenson was the club’s primary goaltender for just one season, 1972-73.

Over 45 games, Stephenson went 18-15-7 with a 3.03 GAA, a shutout, and an impressive 7.7 goalie point share. He played poorly during the postseason, however, recording an embarrassing 5.25 goals-against average while playing in three of the five games in the Blues’ first-round series loss to the Blackhawks.

Stephenson wasn’t as good during 1973-74, as he began splitting time with John Davidson and went 13-21-5 with a 3.13 goals-against average and two shutouts in 40 games.

He was traded after that season to the Philadelphia Flyers, for whom he went on to have a distinguished five-year career and win a Stanley Cup in 1975-76.

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