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An Edmonton Oiler first round draft pick, Grant Fuhr (HHOF ’03) led his team to five Stanley Cup championships between 1984 and 1990. In 1987, he played 4, 304 minutes and recorded 40 wins, earning him the Vezina trophy and finishing just behind team mate Wayne Gretzky for the Hart Trophy. In 1991, Fuhr was traded to the Maple Leafs and, in 1993, he joined Dominik Hasek in Buffalo and together they won the William Jennings trophy. Traded to Los Angeles the next season, he lasted a mere 14 games there. In 1995, just when he appeared ‘over the hill’, Fuhr signed with the St. Louis Blues. He played an astonishing 79 games, 76 of them consecutively. Both still stand as single-season records. After injuries started to take its toll, he moved on to Calgary to finish his career as a leader for a young team. He is one of only six goalies to have won 400+ games.