The Edmonton Oilers have drafted and developed just two impact goaltenders in their long history. Is Devan Dubnyk the third?
The Impact Guys
In 1980, the second NHL Entry Draft of their existence, the Edmonton Oilers picked their first goalie with the 132nd overall selection. Despite being a seventh round pick (and an overager), Andy Moog was a spectacular success for the Oilers. He played more than 700 regular season games, appeared in the all-star game four times, on five occasions had a top-10 NHL save percentage, and finished his career with three Stanley Cup rings. Only 22 goalies in history have played more games between the pipes at the NHL level.