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Most goalies played for SC winning team in playoffs or fewest wins by starter?

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Most goalies played for SC winning team in playoffs or fewest wins by starter?

I know that in 1990-91, for the Penguins Frank Pietrangelo played in 5 games and won 4 and Barrasso only won 12 games, en route to winning the Cup.

and more recently Hasek won 2 games in the 07-08 playoffs for the Wings.

So have there been any SC teams where the winning goalie had less than 12 wins, and has there ever been a Cup winning team that used 3(or more) goalies during the playoffs??

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So have there been any SC teams where the winning goalie had less than 12 wins, and has there ever been a Cup winning team that used 3(or more) goalies during the playoffs??
Grant Fuhr won 11 games for the 1984 Edmonton Oilers. 1937 Detroit Red Wings used three goalies: Smith, Robertson, and Franks.

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Glenn Healy won a bunch for the Rangers in '94....oh nevermind, he just talks about it like he did.

Johnston and Cheevers split the 12 wins six apiece for the Bruins in 1972.

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Glenn Healy won a bunch for the Rangers in '94....oh nevermind, he just talks about it like he did.

Johnston and Cheevers split the 12 wins six apiece for the Bruins in 1972.
'69 habs:

Rk Player Pos Age GP W L T/O GA SA SV SV% GAA SO MIN
1 Rogie Vachon G 23 8 7 1 12 1.42 1 507
2 Gump Worsley G 39 7 5 1 14 2.27 0 370
Team Total 14 12 2 26 1.78 1 877

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Looks like 12 is lowest in the 4 round era

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'69 habs:

Rk Player Pos Age GP W L T/O GA SA SV SV% GAA SO MIN
1 Rogie Vachon G 23 8 7 1 12 1.42 1 507
2 Gump Worsley G 39 7 5 1 14 2.27 0 370
Team Total 14 12 2 26 1.78 1 877
In 1969 you only need 12 wins to get the Cup

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should be mentioned that for many years the first round was either a best of three or best five, it was not always a best of 7

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should be mentioned that for many years the first round was either a best of three or best five, it was not always a best of 7
Yep, I believe 1987 was the first year all 4 rounds were 7 game series

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Looks like 12 is lowest in the 4 round era
I named someone with only 11 in the second post...

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In 1969 you only need 12 wins to get the Cup
True that only 12 wins were required but the 12 were split 7 and 5 amongst Worsley and Vachon so the additional 4 wins regardless of the distribution would never equal 12, maximum 11.

1972 Bruins would max out at 10 wins.

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