Winners of the National Hockey League's William M. Jennings Trophy, awarded to goaltenders playing in a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals allowed (Note: 1995 minimum was lowered to 14 games):
2007 - Nicklas Backstrom and Manny Fernandez, Minnesota
2006 - Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary
2005 - Lockout
2004 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey
2003 - Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, and Roman Cechmanek, Robert Esche, Philadelphia
2002 - Patrick Roy, Colorado
2001 - Dominik Hasek, Martin Biron, Buffalo
2000 - Roman Turek, St. Louis
1999 - Ed Belfour, Roman Turek, Dallas
1998 - Martin Brodeur, Mike Dunham, New Jersey
1997 - Martin Brodeur, Mike Dunham, New Jersey
1996 - Chris Osgood, Mike Vernon, Detroit
1995 - Ed Belfour, Chicago
1994 - Dominik Hasek, Grant Fuhr, Buffalo
1993 - Ed Belfour, Chicago
1992 - Patrick Roy, Montreal
1991 - Ed Belfour, Chicago
1990 - Rejean Lemelin, Andy Moog, Boston
1989 - Patrick Roy, Brian Hayward, Montreal
1988 - Patrick Roy, Brian Hayward, Montreal
1987 - Patrick Roy, Brian Hayward, Montreal
1986 - Bob Froese, Darren Jensen, Philadelphia
1985 - Tom Barrasso, Bob Sauve, Buffalo
1984 - Al Jensen, Pat Riggin, Washington
1983 - Roland Melanson, Bill Smith, N.Y. Islanders
1982 - Rick Wamsley, Denis Herron, Montreal

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