Ken Dryden -29
A towering (6'4") icon in the net, Dryden packed a load of accomplishment into his brief eight seasons with Montreal. Called up from the AHL in 1971, he won all six of his regular-season starts before improbably backstopping the Habs all the way to the Cup and winning the Smythe. The next season, he became the only player ever to win the Calder after taking playoff MVP honors. In all, Dryden won six Cups, including four in a row (1976-79) and five Vezina Trophies.