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3. Marty Turco

3. Marty Turco

An excellent stickhandling Goalie, Marty Turco played nine seasons with Dallas after being an elite NCAA player with the Michigan Wolverines.  Turco would have a 262-154-63 record with Dallas and never had a losing season and would also twice lead the NHL in Goals Against Average in Save Percentage, the second of which was good enough to earn him a Second Team All Star slot and a runner-up for the Vezina. 

Although he was unable to win a Stanley Cup with the Stars, he did take them to the Western Conference Finals in 2008.  Turco is by far the greatest goaltender in Stars history and is also the most statistically successful in franchise history. 

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Goalie
  • Acquired: Selected in the 5th Round, 124th Overall 6/28/94.
  • Departed:

    Signed as a Free Agent with the Chicago Blackhawks 8/2/10.

  • Games Played: 509
  • Notable Statistics: 262-154-63 Record
    40 Shutouts
    2.31 GAA
    21-26 Record
    2.17 GAA in 47 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Second Team All Star (2003)

    All Star (2003, 2004 & 2007)

    Highest Save Percentage (2001 & 2003)

    Lowest Goals Against Average (2001 & 2003)

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