by Ron Spence

Martin Brodeur holds the NHL record for the most careers wins. As of October 25, 2009, he has 563 Ws, and Patrick Roy is second with 551.

Who is the goalie – who played for the Canucks, Capitals and Penguins – and never won one NHL contest?

Martin Brochu.

He played in 6 games wearing a ‘nucks’ unform in 2001-02.

Previoulsy, he had played 2 games for the Capitals in 1998-99, and later played 1 game for the Penguins in 2003-04.

His NHL averages were: a 3.58 GAA, with a .876 Save Percentage.

His AHL records were a respectable 2.95 GAA and a .904 Save Percentage.

Brochu was claimed by Vancouver from Minnesota in the September 28, 2001 waiver draft.

After Brochu’s NHL shelling, the Canucks signed Peter Skudra as a free agent on November 7.

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