NHL: The Best Player at Every Jersey Number, #31-40

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#31: Grant Fuhr, Goalie

Grant Fuhr played for the Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, and Calgary Flames.

During his 19-year career, he posted a record of 403-295-114 in 868 games played, while posting 25 shutouts, a career GAA of 3.38, 47 career points, and 92 career playoff wins.

Fuhr led the league with 79 games played and 1,948 saves in the 1995-96 season. He was a 6-time all-star, 1988-89 Vezina Trophy winner, and won the Stanley Cup 4 times.

Although he retired on September 6, 2000, Fuhr is a top-notch goaltender that will never get the recognition he deserves. He played in a time when offenses went crazy and players would score 100 points regularly, but he stood tall and was one of the best goalies during that time.

#32: Jonathan Quick, Goalie

Jonathan Quick has only played for the Los Angeles Kings during his career. In his 15 years of playing in the NHL, he (so far) has complied a record of 359-262-78, a 2.42 GAA, and a .913 save percentage.

Quick also has 49 career playoff wins to his credit and ranks 23rd in career shutouts with 56.

Quick has appeared in 2 all-star games, won the 2011/12 Conn Smythe Trophy, the 2013/14 and 2017/18 Jennings Trophy, plus 2 Stanley Cups.

Quick is your modern-day Dominik Hasek. He rarely stays in his crease, often making highlight-reel saves, and flopping around the crease trying to make a save. He is the best United States goaltender of all time and he is not done playing yet.