This annual award is given to the goaltender having played a minimum of 25 games with the NHLís best save percentage during the regular season.Ē The winner receives $25,000 which is to be donated to the youth hockey or educational program of his choice. The award was first presented to the league in 1999-2000 by the MBNA Corporation, which Roger joined in 1983. Crozier was one of the leading goaltenders during his career and passed away on January 11, 1996.
Yeah, I think they're correct. Vezina is top goaltender, Jennings is fewest goals allowed(both goalies combined), and the best save percentage is something like the saving grace award. I'm not sure, but I think they're right.