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29 Ken Dryden
Ken Dryden
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 Bios
Born : Hamilton, Ontario, August 8, 1947
Catches : Left
Weight : 205 lbs.
Height : 6' 4"
Last Amateur club : Cornell University (ECAC)

 Transactions
xx-Jun-64

Acquired from the Boston Bruins with Alex Campbell for Guy Allen and Paul Reid

xx-xxx-79 Retired

 Habs highs
1970-1971

Conn Smythe Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in playoffs games played (20), playoffs minutes played (1221) and playoffs wins (12).

1971-1972

Second All-Star Team ... Calder Memorial Trophy ... Led the NHL in games played (64), minutes played (3800) and wins (54).

1972-1973

First All-Star team ... Vezina Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in wins (33), shutouts (6), GAA (2,26), playoffs games played (17), playoffs minutes played (1039) and playoffs wins (12).

1975-1976

First All-Star team ... Vezina Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in wins (42), shutouts (8), GAA (2,03), playoffs games played (13), playoffs minutes played (780), playoffs wins (12) and playoffs GAA (1,92).

1976-1977

First All-Star team ... Vezina Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in wins (41), shutouts (10), playoffs games played (14), playoffs wins (12), playoffs shutouts (4) and playoffs GAA (1,55).

1977-1978

First All-Star team ... Vezina Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in GAA (2,05), playoffs games played (15), playoffs minutes played (919), playoffs wins (12), playoffs shutouts (2) and playoffs GAA (1,89).

1978-1979

First All-Star team ... Vezina Memorial Trophy ... Stanley Cup champions ... Led the NHL in shutouts (5), GAA (2,30) and playoffs wins (12).


 Awards
Led the Cornell University to National Championship, 1967 ... Winner of the Conn Smythe Memorial Trophy, 1971 ... Named on the NHL Second All-Star Team, 1972 ... Winner of the Calder Memorial Trophy, 1972 ... Named on the NHL First All-Star team, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 ... Winner of the Vezina Memorial Trophy, 1973, 1976 ... Shared with Michel Larocque the Vezina memorial Trophy, 1977, 1978, 1979 ... Member of the Stanley Cup champions Montréal Canadiens, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 ... Elected to the Hockey Hall Of Fame, 1983.

 Miscellaneous
Did not play in 1973-74 season. Worked for a law firm.

 Miscellaneous
Career playoffs most wins ... season playoffs most goals allowed ... season playoffs most shutouts

 Statistics

Regular season
 SEASON   GP   MIN   W   L   T   GA  SO   GAA    SA   Sv%   G   A PIM
1978-79   47  2814  30  10   7  108   5  2,30               0   0   0
1977-78   52  3071  37   7   7  105   5  2,05               0   2   0
1976-77   56  3275  41   6   8  117  10  2,14               0   2   0
1975-76   62  3580  42  10   8  121   8  2,03               0   2   0
1974-75   56  3320  30   9  16  149   4  2,69               0   3   2
1972-73   54  3165  33   7  13  119   6  2,26               0   4   2
1971-72   64  3800  39   8  15  142   8  2,24               0   3   4
1970-71    6   327   6   0   0    9   0  1,65               0   0   0
  TOTAL  397 23352 258  57  74  870  46  2,24               0  16   8
Playoffs
 SEASON   GP   MIN   W   L   GA  SO   GAA    SA   Sv%   G   A PIM
1978-79   16   990  12   4   41   0  2,48               0   0   0
1977-78   15   919  12   3   29   2  1,89               0   0   0
1976-77   14   849  12   2   22   4  1,55               0   0   0
1975-76   13   780  12   1   25   1  1,92               0   0   0
1974-75   11   688   6   5   29   2  2,53               0   0   0
1972-73   17  1039  12   5   50   1  2,89               0   0   2
1971-72    6   360   2   4   17   0  2,83               0   0   0
1970-71   20  1221  12   8   61   0  3,00               0   1   0
  TOTAL  112  6846  80  32  274  10  2,40               0   1   2


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