7. Guy Hebert

Guy Hebert played for the St. Louis Blues for a combined 13 Games in the 1991-92 & 1992-93, and his exit from the Midwest came when he was plucked in the Expansion Draft by the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in 1993.

Jean-Sebastian Giguere would later overshadow Hebert regarding netminding accomplishments by a Duck, but Hebert was a great choice to be Anaheim's first lead Goalie.  Hebert played in 52 Games in his first year with the Ducks, posting a 2.83 GAA.  He slipped to a 3.13 GAA in 1994-95 but would go back to under three in his next five years as the Ducks' primary Goalie.  Hebert was named an All-Star in 1997 and was the league-leader in Save in 1998-99. 

Hebert struggled in the 200-01 and was placed on waivers, to be claimed by the New York Rangers, but his skills fell, and he was out of the NHL shortly after.  With the Mighty Ducks, Hebert might have had a losing record, but that was more of a reflection of the talent around him, as his GAA (2.76) and Save Percentage (.911) reflects.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Goalie
  • Acquired: Claimed from the St. Louis Blues in the Expansion Draft 6/24/93.
  • Departed: Claimed on Waivers by the New York Rangers 3/7/01.
  • Games Played: 441
  • Notable Statistics:

    173 Wins
    202 Losses
    52 Ties 
    27 Shutouts
    2.76 GAA 
    .911 Save Percentage 
    84.1 Goalie Point Shares
    4-7 Record, 2.67 GAA in 13 Playoff Games

  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    All-Star (1997)
    Most Saves (1998-99)

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