Florida Panthers
Florida Panthers
Roberto Luongo
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RobertoLuongo
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
CATCHES: Left
WEIGHT: 217
BIRTHDATE: 04/04/1979
AGE: 37
BIRTHPLACE: Montreal, QC, CAN
DRAFTED: NYI: 1997-4 overall
AWARDS:
William M. Jennings Trophy (1)
 
2014-15: Completed his 15th NHL season, seventh with Florida...Places first among active NHL goaltending leaders in games played (864), wins (401), shutouts (68) and saves (23,441)...Earned his 401st career win, tying C. Osgood for tenth all-time Apr. 9 vs. BOS...Earned his his 400th career win Apr. 2 vs. CAR...Made 23,000th save of his career Feb. 10 vs. ANA...Represented Florida at 2015 All-Star Game Jan. 25...Passed J. Plante for 11th all-time in games played (383) Jan. 17 vs. EDM...Passed D. Hasek for 11th all-time in career wins (390) Jan. 11 at EDM...Earned 68th career shutout passing R. Worters for 13th all-time in career shutouts Jan. 2 at BUF...Earned his 386th 
career win passing M. Vernon for 12th all-time Dec. 22 vs. PIT...Stopped 15/20 shooters in NHL record breaking 20-round shootout Dec. 16 vs. WSH...Passed E. Belfour placing fourth all-time in career saves (22,234) Dec. 6 vs. BUF...Stopped a season high 48/50 shots Nov. 22 at NSH...Recorded 376th career to pass J. Vanbiesbrouck for 13th all-time in career wins Oct. 21 at COL...Recorded 67th career shutout passing P. Roy for 13th all-time Oct. 17 at BUF...Made season debut Oct. 9 at TBL.

2013-14:
Completed his 14th NHL season, sixth with Florida...Ranks as Florida’s all-time goaltending leader in games played (392), wins 
(142), shutouts (29) and saves (11,168)... Played in his 800th career NHL game Apr. 4 vs. CGY...Stopped 37 shots in a win Mar. 25 vs. OTT...Made season-high 52 saves earning a win Mar. 18 at SJS...Made 28 saves in win Mar. 14 vs. NJD...Stopped 25 shots for his 66th career NHL shutout and 27th with Panthers in his return to Cats lineup Mar. 6 vs BUF...Acquired by Florida on Mar. 4 via a four player trade 
with Vancouver...Posted a 19-16-6 record with a 2.38 GAA with the Canucks...Stopped 46 shots shots on Jan. 4 at LAK...Won five straight games Dec. 3-14...Recorded a shutout on Dec. 13 vs. EDM.

2012-13:
Completed his 13th NHL season, seventh with Vancouver...Appeared in 20 games in net, posting a record of (9-6-3), two shutouts and 2.56 goals-against- average...Played his 400th game with Vancouver, Mar. 16 vs DET...Posted second shutout of the season and 62nd of his career to tie Toronto’s Turk Broda on Feb. 22 at NSH. 

2011-12:
Completed his 12th NHL season, sixth with Vancouver...Posted a 31-14-8 record with a 2.41 GAA in 55 games played...Won the Mike’s 3 Star Award for the 2011-12 season...Did not lose in regulation in 10 consecutive games played (7-0-3), Jan. 17-Feb. 18...Moved into first place in Vancouver franchise history for most wins, collecting 
his 212th in just 364 games (the previous record was held by Kirk McLean who accomplished the feat of 211 wins in 516 games), Jan. 21 vs SJ...Played in his 700th career game, Jan. 4 vs MIN. 

2010-11:
Completed his 11th NHL season, fifth with Vancouver...Posted a record of 38-15-7 and a 2.11 GAA in 60 games played...Won the Jennings Trophy, alongside Cory Schneider, for the first time in franchise history...Ranked tied for first in the NHL with 38 victories this season...Has won 30 or more games in six consecutive seasons...Became 
the 25th goaltender in NHL history to reach the 300-win milestone, the sixth youngest to reach the mark (at the age of 31 years and 335 days) and the 16th fastest to reach the mark, Mar. 5 at LA...Did not lose in regulation in 21 consecutive starts (16-0-5), Dec. 8-Feb. 12...Posted a record of 15-10-4 in 25 playoff games...Backstopped the Canucks to the Stanley Cup Final...Recorded four shutouts in postseason, ranking second in the NHL. 

2009-10:
Completed his 10th NHL season, fourth with Vancouver...Produced the second highest 
win total of his career with 40 victories...Posted 30+ wins for the fifth consecutive season...Finished the season with 51 career shutouts, ranking second among active goaltenders and tied for 20th for the most in League history...Appeared in his 600th career game, becoming the fourth youngest goaltender and only the 37th goaltender in League history to reach the mark, Mar. 9 at COL...Established his longest undefeated streak in regulation, producing a record of 7-0-2, Dec. 22-Jan. 9...Posted his 50th career shutout in a milestone outing that also saw Alex Burrows record a hat trick; this game marked only the second game in franchise history that the Canucks have 
recorded a shutout and hat trick in a single game, Jan. 7 vs PHX. 

2008-09:
Completed ninth NHL season, third with Vancouver...Advanced to the WCSF for the second time in his career, posting a record of 11-11 in the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs...Recorded his first career shutout in the postseason...Posted 30+ wins for the fourth consecutive season...Tied for fourth among active goaltenders with 47 career shutouts and second in the League with nine shutouts this season...Established a new franchise record for shutouts in a season (9)...Owned the second longest winning streak this season (eight wins) 8-0-0 and second longest winning streak for a goaltender in franchise history, Feb. 3-21...Set a new career shutout sequence, playing 242:36 without allowing an opposition goal (franchise record and second longest streak 
in the modern NHL), Nov. 4-12. 

2007-08:
Completed eighth NHL season, second with Vancouver...Has played three consecutive seasons with 35 or more wins...Set a Canucks record for longest consecutive shutout streak (over three complete games, 210:34 minutes Nov. 23-Dec. 2nd)...Named NHL’s second star for November, posting an 8-2-2 record, 1.56 GAA, .940 save percentage and four shutouts... Named second star posting a season-high 49 saves on 51 shots for the shootout victory, Feb. 21 at NSH... Posted third consecutive shutout stopping 26 shots (turned away a combined 79 shots over three games). 

2006-07:
Completed seventh NHL season, first with Vancouver...Set new League record for most shots faced by a goaltender and most shots faced in his NHL Playoff debut (76), tying for the second highest number of saves all-time (72)... Played in the franchise’s longest game in playoff history at 138:06 minutes...Set career highs for wins (47) 
and longest undefeated streak (eight games: 6-0-2 from Mar. 13-29)...Finished second in the NHL in wins (47)...Ranked tied for sixth in the League for GAA (2.29) and shutouts (5) and was fourth in the League in save percentage (.921)... Finalist for the Vezina Trophy, Hart Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award...Posted 39th win, named second star and set a new franchise record for wins by a Vancouver goaltender in 
a single season, Mar. 9 at SJ... Set new single-season career high after posting his 36th win, Mar. 1 vs PHX...Won 30th game of the season and set new franchise record becoming first Canucks goalie to win 30 games in his first season with the club, Feb. 6 at EDM...Named NHL’s ‘Third Star’ for January after posting an 8-1-2 record, 1.86 GAA, .945 save percentage and one shutout in 11 games played...Recorded 30th 
career shutout making 30 saves and was named first star, Jan. 16 at MTL. 

2005-06:
Completed sixth NHL season, fifth with Florida...Set a Panthers franchise record with his 107th career win, Apr. 13 at OTT.

2004.05: Represented Team Canada at the World Championships and World Cup. 
2003-04: Completed fifth NHL season, fourth with Florida...Set NHL records for saves (2,303) and shots against (2,475)...Ranked third among NHL goaltenders in save percentage (.931), third in minutes (4,252), fourth in games played (72) and fifth in shutouts (7)...Set career highs in wins (25), becoming only the second Panthers goaltender to record as many as 25 wins in a season (John Vanbiesbrouck)...
Finished the season as the NHL’s active shutout leader prior to turning 25 years old, with 23, topping Martin Brodeur’s 22...Finalist for the 
Vezina Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award...Posted franchise record seventh shutout of the season with 29 saves Mar. 2 at WSH in a 1-0 
win. 

2002-03:
Completed his fourth NHL season, third with Florida...Broke his own franchise record with a 144:51 scoreless streak, Jan. 20 vs MTL.
2001-02: 
Completed his third NHL season, second with Florida... Finished 16-33-4 in 58 games with four shutouts, a 2.77 GAA and .915 SV%...Suffered torn ligament in right ankle Mar. 20 vs. Montreal and missed the final 13 games of the season...Set Panthers records with 57 saves and 60 shots faced in 3-2 OTL vs. Detroit Feb. 27...Made 37 saves for Team Melrose to win inaugural NHL YoungStars Game 
at All-Star weekend in Los Angeles on Feb. 1...Posted 23-save, 2-0 shutout vs. Columbus on Dec. 5...Stopped 30 shots in 6-0 shutout vs. Anaheim Nov. 21...Made 44 saves in 1-0 OT loss at Montreal Nov. 17...Posted 2-0 shutout vs. Pittsburgh Nov. 7 (17 saves)...Recorded 5-0 shutout at Tampa Bay Oct. 7 (28 saves). 

2000-01:
Completed his second NHL season, first with Florida...Tied for sixth in the NHL in save percentage and tied the second-best save percentage for a rookie in NHL history (Manny Fernandez, 1999.00)...Made 21 saves to earn his first win as a Panther Nov. 25, 2-1 vs TB in OT – the first victory by a rookie goalie in Panthers history...Became the first rookie in Panthers history to record a shutout with 0-0 tie (20 saves), Oct. 22 at MIN. 

1999-00: 
Completed his first NHL season, first with NY Islanders...Stopped first career NHL penalty shot (Dan Kesa), Jan. 13 at TB...Made career-high 46 saves Dec. 19 in 5-3 win vs NJ. 


1998-99:
Won Quebec League title with Acadie-Bathurst and led all QMJHL goaltenders in playoff games played (23), wins (16) and minutes (1,400), finishing 16-6 overall in the postseason through the Memorial Cup Finals. 


1997-98:
Drafted first round, fourth overall in the 1997 NHL Draft by the NYI, making him the highest drafted goaltender in NHL history...Won the QMJHL title with Val d’Or, appearing in 17 playoff games, posting a 14-3 record and a 2.18 GAA.

INTERNATIONAL
2014:
Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada in the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games. 
2010:
Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games posting an undefeated 5-0-0 record, earning one shutout in the tournament.
 

2006:
Represented Team Canada at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games. 

2005:
Won Silver Medal with Team Canada at the 2005 World Championship. 

2004:
Won the 2004 World Cup of Hockey with Team Canada...Won Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2004 World Championship posting a 5-1-1 record with one shutout. 

2003:
Won Gold Medal with Team Canada at 2003 World Championship. 

2001:
Represented Team Canada at 2001 World Championship. 

1999:
Represented Team Canada at the 1999 World Junior Championship, finished with a 4-2-1 record. 

1998:
Was a member of Team Canada at the 1998 World Junior Championship.

ETC: 
Leads all active NHL goaltenders and all-time Panthers goaltenders in games played, wins, shutouts, shots faced and shutouts...First among active NHL goaltenders in shots faced ,saves, wins, games played, time on ice, shutouts...Four NHL All-Star 
Games (2015, 2009, 2007, 2004)...2011 William M. Jennings Trophy (w/ Cory Schneider)...Played with Florida teammate Willie Mitchell in VAN (2006-10)...Played in 2001 NHL Youngstars Game...Won Silver Medal in 1999 with Florida teammate Brian Campbell.