DeJordy, Denis Hall, Glenn Chicago Blackhawks 1966-67
The combination of GLENN HALL (second VEZINA) and DENIS DEJORDY enabled the Chicago Black Hawks to capture the NHL's regular season championship for the first time in club history while setting new team records with 41 wins and 94 points. League-high undefeated streaks of eight games on the road and 15 games overall were possible due to the Hawks' high powered offence and stingy defence with their league low 170 goals against. DEJORDY played in more games than HALL with a record of 22-12-7, including four shutouts and a 2.46 goals-against average in earning his first VEZINA TROPHY. HALL was named a Second Team All-Star after his spectacular record of 19-5-5, two shutouts and a league-best 2.38 goals-against average. Montreal's Charlie Hodge placed second in the VEZINA derby.