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More About Eddie Belfour
When the subject of the best goaltenders of all time is discussed, Ed Belfour’s name doesn’t usually come up. From the modern era the usual suspects like Patrick Roy, Martin Brodeur and Dominik Hasek are mentioned, joining past greats like Jacques Plante, Terry Sawchuk, Glenn Hall and Ken Dryden. However, of these legendary keepers only two – Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy – have more career wins than Eddie Belfour.

Belfour’s stats aren’t merely the result of a long career. He put together some truly stellar seasons over his 17 years as an NHL goalie. In fact, he established his credentials immediately, capturing the 1991 Calder Trophy as the NHL’s Rookie of the Year, and even more impressively nabbing the Vezina in that inaugural year.

Belfour would prove he wasn’t just a flash in the pan, leading the Chicago Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup Finals against Mario Lemieux’s Pittsburgh Penguins the following year. In 1993 he would again nab himself the Vezina as the league’s best goalie after an impressive 41 win campaign.

Belfour would again lead his team – this time the Dallas Stars – to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1999. That year he out-dueled Dominik Hasek to help his Stars triumph (albeit controversially) over the Buffalo Sabres in a hard-fought six game series.

He would get the Stars to the Finals again the following season, but this time came out on the losing end against Martin Brodeur’s New Jersey Devils.

From Dallas he would move on to join the Toronto Maple Leafs, and it was there, in that hockey mad city, where “The Eagle” really got the recognition he deserved. Though he only spent three seasons with the club he gained enormous popularity and helped the team make a couple of deep playoffs runs, the like of which hadn’t been seen since the early 90s.

Ultimately, Eddie Belfour would finish his career in a Florida Panthers’ uniform, where, despite being over 40 years of age at the time, he still managed impressive numbers, going 27-17 with a 2.77 GAA.

In 2011 Belfour’s achievements were recognized by the Hockey Hall of Fame when he was inducted into its hallowed ranks alongside NHL legends Joe Nieuwendyk, Doug Gilmour and Mark Howe.