Brian Boucher
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 01/02/1977
DRAFTED: PHI: 1995-22 overall

Playoffs:  Playoffs: Played 39:41 in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final vs. Chicago, stopping 11 of 14 shots ... Played 24:02 and blocked 11 of 12 shots in Game 1 of SCF … left Game 5 of ECSF vs. Boston in 2nd period with a knee injury… Was 2-3 with a 3.10 GAA and .891 sv. pct in series before injury… Had a 1.59 GAA and .940 sv pct (118 of 126) in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey, which led all NHL goalies in 1st round … Stopped all 28 shots to post a 3-0 win in Game 5 of ECQF to close series out.  It was his first playoff shutout since April 16, 2000 vs. Buffalo and became the 2nd longest streak between playoff shutouts
(10 yrs, 6 days) since Jim Henry (3/24/42 – 4/3/52: 10 yrs, 10 days) Regular Season: Finished the season going 3-1-0 with a 1.98 GAA and .925 save percentage in his last four starts… Stopped 24 of 25 shots and 2 of 3 players in a shootout to record a 2-1 win vs. NY Rangers in the final game of the regular season to clinch
playoff berth… Recorded his 100th NHL victory on 4/6 at Toronto, a 2-0 shutout, stopping 23 shots... Recorded an assist and stopped 31 of 34 shots for a 4-3 win vs. DET on 4/4 (his 99th in NHL)…. Dressed, but did not play in four games (12/23-12/30) due to finger injury suffered vs. Florida on 12/21… Recorded his 50th win as a Flyer at Boston on 12/14… Missed two games (10/2 & 10/3) due to lower body injury.
2008-09: Went 12-6-3 with a .917 save percentage and 2.18 GAA… His .917 save percentage and 2.18 GAA were his best since his rookie year in 1999-00 (Philadelphia - .918%, 1.91 GAA)... Started the season with back-to-back shutouts and became the only goaltender since 1989-90 to begin his tenure with a franchise with three shutouts in his first five starts… Posted shutout in his season-debut (Oct. 12 at Los Angeles), the second consecutive season in which he debuted without allowing a goal… Finished Sharks career with a 15-5-3 record, 2.11 GAA, .924 save percentage and three shutouts in 23 starts… 2007-08: Went
3-0-0 with the Sharks... Became the first goalie in franchise history to record a shutout win in his Sharks debut on Mar. 1 at St. Louis (Nabokov earned a shutout tie in his first appearance)... Signed by San Jose as a free agent on Feb. 26... 2006-07: Split season with Columbus and Chicago… 2005-06: Played for Calgary, Phoenix and San Antonio (AHL)… 2004-05: Played for HV71 in Sweden… 2003-04: With Phoenix, set two new modern-day NHL records with five consecutive shutouts and a shutout sequence of 332:01... Broke the 55-year-old records of Montreal’s Bill Durnan (four, 309:21 sequence in 1948-49)...The shutouts: Dec. 31 vs.
Los Angeles (4-0, 21 saves), Jan. 2 at Dallas (6-0, 35 saves), Jan. 4 at Carolina (3-0, 26 saves), Jan. 7 at Washington (3-0, 27 saves) and Jan. 9 at Minnesota (2-0, 21 saves)… Played 332:01 without allowing a goal (longest shutout sequence in NHL’s Modern Era) from 19:15 of the second period at Nashville, Dec. 22 through 6:16 of the first period vs. Atlanta, Jan. 11… Set a career high with five shutouts… Recorded first Glendale Arena shutout (4-0 win vs. Los Angeles on Dec. 31)… 2002-03: Set career highs in games and minutes… 2001-02: Had a shutout string of 184:30 snapped vs. Islanders on Nov. 3… Recorded consecutive shutouts for first time in career and became first Flyers goalie to record shutouts on consecutive days (30 saves at Washington on Oct. 30 and 27 saves vs. Pittsburgh on Oct. 31 - both 3-0 wins)… 2000-01: Played 27 games and one playoff game for Flyers … 1999-00: NHL All-Rookie Team... Led NHL with 1.91 GAA… First rookie goalie since 1950-51 to play at least 25 games and have a GAA under 2.00... Ranked fourth in NHL and led rookies with .918 save percentage... Led team in shutouts (4)… Earned first NHL win vs. New Jersey on Oct. 30... Playoffs: Played 151:48 and did not allow a goal in 149:26, stopping 57 of 58 shots in 2-1, 5 OT win at Pittsburgh on May 4… Recorded first shutout in 2-0 win at Buffalo on Apr. 16… Won first NHL playoff game on Apr. 13 (3-2 win vs. Buffalo)…1997-99: Played for Philadelphia (AHL)… Was a member of PlanetUSA Team for 1998 AHL All-Star Classic… Led Phantoms to 1998 Calder Cup Championship...1994-97: Named 1996-97 WHL Goaltender of the Year with Tri-City.