Roberto Luongo has tied Curtis Joseph for fourth-place in all time NHL wins (454). 🐐 pic.twitter.com/LKKTXijmoo
— Florida Panthers PR (@FlaPanthersPR) October 13, 2017
Here’s the top 10 on the wins list:
1) Martin Brodeur, 691 wins
2) Patrick Roy, 551 wins
3) Ed Belfour, 484 wins
4t) Roberto Luongo, 454 wins
4t) Curtis Joseph, 454 wins
6) Terry Sawchuk, 447 wins
7) Jacques Plante, 437 wins
8) Tony Esposito, 423 wins
9) Glenn Hall, 407 wins
10) Henrik Lundqvist, 406 wins
Luongo won his first game of the season in his second start as he turned away 37 shots. Luongo lost Friday night in the Panther’s season opener.
Of Luongo’s 454 wins, 195 of them have come in his two stints with Florida. 252 of them came when he was a member of the Vancouver Canucks, and 7 in his first season as a member of the New York Islanders.
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) October 13, 2017
"It's nice, but my main goal is to get this team back to the playoffs." – Lu on tying Curtis Joseph for 4th in all-time NHL wins pic.twitter.com/0eXNRMHKpr
— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) October 13, 2017
— NHL (@NHL) October 13, 2017
The 38-year-old Luongo was the Islanders first round selection (fourth overall) in the 1997 draft.
The Panthers are back in action Saturday night when the visit the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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