During his amazing career, Hall of Fame goaltender Glenn Hall played in thirteen NHL All-Star Games. He also won the Calder Trophy, three Vezina Trophies and three Stanley Cups, earning his final ring as the Goaltender Coach for the Calgary Flames in 1989.
He also set a record which will never be broken, having been the netminder in 502 consecutive complete games, which doesn’t even include the 50 playoff games he starred in during that time. All of those games played and he never once wore a mask.
With a nickname befitting his excellence, “Mr. Goalie” is a true gentleman who still finds time for the occasional ceremonial puck drop and generously donates sage advice to aspiring young goalkeepers.
“Stop the puck. Just do it your way. Don't be too concerned if you look fancy. Just stop it.”
Since his wife passed away, Mr. Hall has lived alone on his farm in Stony Plain, Alberta and while he is comfortable doing so, he does enjoy the frequent visits he gets from his “wonderful” grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.