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Canada KEN DRYDEN
Last team: Montréal Canadiens - 1979 - a.k.a. "Kenneth Dryden"

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BIRTHYEAR 1947-08-08 BIRTHPLACEHamilton, ON, CAN
AGE 70 NATION Canada
POSITION G CATCHES L
HEIGHT 193 cm / 6'4" WEIGHT 94 kg / 207 lbs
STATUS Retired
NHL DRAFT 1964 round 3 #14 overall by Boston Bruins
HIGHLIGHTS
6-time NHL Stanley Cup Champion 6

Brother: Dave Dryden
First Cousin (twice removed): Murray Murdoch

Team Staff profile of Ken Dryden also available

© Ronnies Skrivsmedja/Williams Förlag

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP GAA SVS%       POSTSEASON GP GAA SVS% 
 1963-64 Humber Valley Packers THL- - - |       
 1964-65 Etobicoke Indians OHA-Jr.- - - |       
 1965-66 Cornell Univ. NCAA0 - - |       
 1966-67 Cornell Univ. NCAA27 1.46 .945 |       
 1967-68 Cornell Univ. NCAA29 1.52 .938 |       
 1968-69 Cornell Univ. NCAA27 1.79 .936 |       
  Canada WC2 2.00 - |       
 1969-70 Team Canada International- - - |       
 1970-71 Montréal Voyageurs AHL33 2.68 - |       
  Montréal Canadiens NHL6 1.65 .957 | Playoffs20 3.00
 1971-72 Montréal Canadiens NHL64 2.24 - | Playoffs6 2.83
 1972-73 Montréal Canadiens NHL54 2.26 - | Playoffs17 2.89
 1973-74 Did not play |       
 1974-75 Montréal Canadiens NHL56 2.69 .906 | Playoffs11 2.53
 1975-76 Montréal Canadiens NHL62 2.03 .927 | Playoffs13 1.92
 1976-77 Montréal Canadiens NHL56 2.14 - | Playoffs14 1.55
 1977-78 Montréal Canadiens NHL52 2.05 - | Playoffs15 1.89
 1978-79 Montréal Canadiens NHL47 2.30 - | Playoffs16 2.48
 
 TOURNAMENT STATISTICS
 1972-73 Canada Summit Summit724 4.75 .838 |       
 1978-79 NHL All-Stars Challenge Cup '792 3.50 .863 |       
TEAM STAFF HISTORY
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE ROLE ON TEAM NOTES
 1997-1998 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  
 1998-1999 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  
 1999-2000 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  
 2000-2001 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  
 2001-2002 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  
 2002-2003 Toronto Maple Leafs NHLPresident  





CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
1966-1967 NCAA (Championship) All-Tournament Team
  NCAA (East) First All-American Team
  NCAA (ECAC) First All-Star Team
1967-1968 NCAA (Championship) All-Tournament Team (Second Team)
  NCAA (East) First All-American Team
  NCAA (ECAC) First All-Star Team
1968-1969 NCAA (Championship) All-Tournament Team (Second Team)
  NCAA (East) First All-American Team
  NCAA (ECAC) First All-Star Team
  NCAA (ECAC) Player of The Year
1970-1971 NHL Stanley Cup Champion
  NHL Stanley Cup MVP (Conn Smythe Trophy)
1971-1972 NHL Rookie of the Year (Calder Trophy)
  NHL Second All-Star Team
1972-1973 NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy)
  NHL First All-Star Team
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1975-1976 NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy)
  NHL First All-Star Team
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1976-1977 NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy)
  NHL First All-Star Team
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1977-1978 NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy)
  NHL First All-Star Team
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1978-1979 NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy)
  NHL First All-Star Team
  NHL Stanley Cup Champion
1983-1984 Hockey Hall of Fame
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- Hockey Hall of Fame 83/84
- NCAA (Championship) All-Tournament Team 66/67, 67/68, 68/69
- NCAA (East) First All-American Team 66/67, 67/68, 68/69
- NCAA (ECAC) First All-Star Team 66/67, 67/68, 68/69
- NCAA (ECAC) Player of The Year 68/69
- NHL Best Goalie (Vezina Trophy) 72/73, 75/76, 76/77, 77/78, 78/79
- NHL First All-Star Team 72/73, 75/76, 76/77, 77/78, 78/79
- NHL Rookie of the Year (Calder Trophy) 71/72
- NHL Second All-Star Team 71/72
- NHL Stanley Cup Champion 70/71, 72/73, 75/76, 76/77, 77/78, 78/79
- NHL Stanley Cup MVP (Conn Smythe Trophy) 70/71


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
 
 
Number 29 retired by Montréal Canadiens
Number 1 retired by Cornell Univ.
Cult/Star player for Montréal Canadiens
Cult/Star player for Cornell Univ.