2,000 Saves in a Single Season

On March 29th, 2011, Cam Ward recorded 38 saves in a game. Save #34 in that game put him at 2,000 saves for the season, joining 11 other NHL goalies to hit 2,000 saves in a single season. Roberto Luongo, Curtis Joseph and Dominik Hasek have accomplished the feat twice.

Player
Team
Year
Games
Saves
GAA
SV %
Roberto Luongo
FLA
2003-04
72
2,303
2.43
0.931
Roberto Luongo
FLA
2005-06
75
2,275
2.97
0.914
Felix Potvin
TOR
1996-97
74
2,214
3.15
0.908
Cam Ward *
CAR
2010-11
74
2,191
2.56
0.923
Marc Denis
CBJ
2001-02
77
2,172
3.09
0.903
Curtis Joseph
STL
1993-94
71
2,169
3.10
0.911
Bill Ranford
EDM
1993-94
71
2,089
3.48
0.898
Craig Anderson
COL
2009-10
71
2,047
2.64
0.917
Tomas Vokoun
FLA
2007-08
69
2,033
2.68
0.919
Dominik Hasek
BUF
1996-97
67
2,024
2.27
0.930
Martin Brodeur
NJ
2006-07
78
2,011
2.18
0.922
Miikka Kiprusoff
CAL
2006-07
74
2,009
2.46
0.917
Curtis Joseph
STL
1992-93
68
2,006
3.02
0.911
Dominik Hasek
BUFF
1997-98
72
2,002
2.09
0.932

**1983-84 was when they first started reporting saves, sourced from Hockey-Reference.

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  1. #1 by Matt at July 21st, 2011

    Brodeur is the biggest fraud in goaltending. 78 games and he barely gets over 2,000. A complete product of his defense and the system he plays. He would have to play that many games just to hit 2,000.

  2. #2 by Kevin Miller at July 21st, 2012

    That has to be the best comment I have seen.

  3. #3 by tyler at June 22nd, 2013

    guess the same could be said about hasek, kiprusoff.. some of the top goalies dumb comment matt dont hate on the guy whos had an incredibly successful career because he has had a well put together team in front of him..

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