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The long-time New Jersey Devils (and briefly St. Louis Blues) goalie was an obvious first-ballot Hockey Hall of Fame selection in 2018 for a lot of reasons, many of which can be found atop all-time lists in the NHL record books. But for all his records in games played (1,266), wins (691) and shutouts (125), Stanley Cups (three), Vezina (four) and Williams Jennings (five) trophies, it can be easy to overlook his impact playing the puck. 

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