NHL Hall of Popularity goaltender who took more than for Georges Vezina for the Montreal Canadiens and dominated the 1920s and 1930s using the Canadiens as well as the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was area of the Traditional western Canada Hockey Group that folded in to the NHL. Just after he was strike in the facial skin using a puck but still maintained a 1-1 connect using a swollen eyesight did he gain the respect of Montreal Canadiens enthusiasts. His dad was a drinking water inspector within their hometown of Kitchener, Ontario. His 94-profession NHL shutouts had been ultimately surpassed by Martin Brodeur and Terry Sawchuck.