19. Martin Brodeur
Among the most talented netminders in the history of the NHL, the Québécois native enjoyed a 22-year professional career (predominantly with the New Jersey Devils). In the process, the acrobatic Brodeur won every single individual award one could think of as it pertained to the goaltender position. Aside from three Stanley Cup triumphs, Brodeur also was integral in helping Canada win two Gold medals. His ability to handle the puck with his stick was rather transcendent for his time. In the annals of the NHL, Brodeur certainly is right up there with the best to ever do it.
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