Goaltenders Internationally in 1964-1990 (stats and awards)

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    I wanted to create comprehensive summary of the pre-1990 goalies playing in all major international tournaments with full statistical and award account to the maximal extent that is known and discovered up today. Here´s what I suppose is the current state of knowledge… and I hope it´s OK to make a longer post like this, my goal was to have everything summed up at one place.

    Olympic Games 1964
    1. Boris Zaytsev (USSR): 2 games / 0 goals allowed / 18 saves / 0.00 GAA / 1.000
    2. Seth Martin (CAN): 6 games / 5 goals allowed / 145 saves / 1.22 GAA / 0.9667
    3. Kjell Svensson (SWE): 4 games / 8 goals allowed / 118 saves / 1.76 GAA / 0.9365
    4. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 6 games / 10 goals allowed / 122 saves / 1.77 GAA / 0.9242
    5. Vladimír Nadrchal (CSSR): 6 games / 15 goals allowed / 165 saves / 2.58 GAA / 0.9167
    6. Juhani Lahtinen (FIN): 7 games / 31 goals allowed / 290 saves / 4.43 GAA / 0.9034
    7. Pat Rupp (USA): 6 games / 22 goals allowed / 201 saves / 4.02 GAA / 0.9013
    8. Ulrich Jansen (W. GER): 5 games / 30 goals allowed / 268 saves / 6.00 GAA / 0.8993
    9. Lennart Häggroth (SWE): 3 games / 8 goals allowed / 70 saves / 3.25 GAA / 0.8974
    10. Ken Broderick (CAN): 6 games / 12 goals allowed / 101 saves / 4.16 GAA / 0.8938
    11. René Kiener (SWI): 2 games / 17 goals allowed / 131 saves / 8.50 GAA / 0.8851
    12. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 2 games / 4 goals allowed / 29 saves / 3.40 GAA / 0.8788
    13. Gérard Rigolet (SWI): 5 games / 40 goals allowed / 283 saves / 8.00 GAA / 0.8762
    14. Michael Hobelsberger (W. GER): 2 games / 19 goals allowed / 75 saves / 9.50 GAA / 0.7979
    Thomas Yurkowich (USA): ???
    Source

    EDIT: See the post #6 in this thread for ALTERNATIVE/ADDITIONAL STATS.
    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Seth Martin
    1st All-Star Team: Seth Martin

    World Championship 1965
    1. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 2 games / 0 goals allowed / 41 saves / 1.000
    2. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 6 games / 6 goals allowed / 107 saves / 0.9469
    3. Viktor Zinger (USSR): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 42 saves / 0.9333
    4. Ken Broderick (CAN): 5 games / 11 goals allowed / 127 saves / 0.9203
    5. Peter Kolbe (E. GER): 5 games / 17 goals allowed / 181 saves / 0.9141
    6. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 5 games / 10 goals allowed / 95 saves / 0.9048
    7. Juhani Lahtinen (FIN): 6 games / 23 goals allowed / 193 saves / 0.8935
    8. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 1 game / 4 goals allowed / 27 saves / 0.8710
    9. Kjell Svensson (SWE): 6 games / 17 goals allowed / 111 saves / 0.8672
    10. Vladimír Nadrchal (CSSR): 2 games / 4 goals allowed / 26 saves / 0.8667
    11. Tom Haugh (USA): 7 games / 44 goals allowed / 273 saves / 0.8612
    12. Don Collins (CAN): 2 games / 10 goals allowed / 56 saves / 0.8485
    13. Klaus Hirche (E. GER): 2 games / 16 goals allowed / 89 saves / 0.8476
    14. Kåre Østensen (NOR): 6 games / 42 goals allowed / 211 saves / 0.8340
    15. Thore Nilsen (NOR): 1 game / 14 goals allowed / 43 saves / 0.7544
    Source, p. 161-162

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Vladimír Dzurilla
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Vladimír Dzurilla (36 votes), 2. Tom Haugh (6 votes), 3. Peter Kolbe (5 votes), 4. Ken Broderick (4 votes), 5. Juhani Lahtinen, Kjell Svensson (1 vote)

    World Championship 1966
    EDIT: See the post #9 in this thread for further information.
    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Seth Martin
    1st All-Star Team: Seth Martin

    World Championship 1967
    1. Viktor Zinger (USSR): 2 games / 2 goals allowed / 36 saves / 0.9474
    2. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 5 games / 11 goals allowed / 188 saves / 0.9447
    3. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 6 games / 7 goals allowed / 112 saves / 0.9412
    4. Carl Wetzel (USA): 7 games / 20 goals allowed / 289 saves / 0.9353
    5. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 4 games / 6 goals allowed / 76 saves / 0.9268
    6. Kjell Svensson (SWE): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 79 saves / 0.9186
    7. Seth Martin (CAN): 6 games / 13 goals allowed / 143 saves / 0.9167
    8. Peter Kolbe (E. GER): 6 games / 25 goals allowed / 230 saves / 0.9020
    9. Vladimír Nadrchal (CSSR): 5 games / 12 goals allowed / 110 saves / 0.9016
    10. Klaus Hirche (E. GER): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 123 saves / 0.8978
    11. Wayne Stephenson (CAN): 3 games / 2 goals allowed / 16 saves / 0.8889
    12. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 111 saves / 0.8810
    13. Hans Schmengler (W. GER): 5 games / 29 goals allowed / 211 saves / 0.8792
    14. Juhani Lahtinen (FIN): 2 games / 13 goals allowed / 84 saves / 0.8660
    15. Günther Knauss (W. GER): 4 games / 27 goals allowed / 140 saves / 0.8383
    16. Tom Haugh (USA): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 9 saves / 0.7500
    Source, p. 120

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Carl Wetzel
    1st All-Star Team: Carl Wetzel (32 votes out of 123 ballots; alternative source have Wetzel getting 42.5 % of the votes)

    Olympic Games 1968
    1. Viktor Zinger (USSR): 2 games / 1 goal allowed / 26 saves / 0.9630
    2. Vladimír Nadrchal (CSSR): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 16 saves / 0.9412
    3. Wayne Stephenson (CAN): 3 games / 3 goals allowed / 46 saves / 0.9388
    4. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 112 saves / 0.9256
    5. Hans Dahllöf (SWE): 1 game / 2 goals allowed / 22 saves / 0.9167
    6. Pat Rupp (USA): 7 games / 18 goals allowed / 184 saves / 0.9109
    7. Ken Broderick (CAN): 5 games / 12 goals allowed / 116 saves / 0.9063
    8. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 7 games / 23 goals allowed / 210 saves / 0.9013
    9. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 6 games / 16 goals allowed / 120 saves / 0.8824
    10. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 7 games / 16 goals allowed / 110 saves / 0.8730
    11. Josef Schramm (W. GER): 7 games / 33 goals allowed / 159 saves / 0.8281
    12. Klaus Hirche (E. GER): 5 games / 17 goals allowed / 80 saves / 0.8247
    13. Dieter Pürschel (E. GER): 6 games / 31 goals allowed / 141 saves / 0.8198
    14. James Logue (USA): 1 game / 10 goals allowed / 32 saves / 0.7619
    15. Günther Knauss (W. GER): 2 games / 4 goals allowed / 5 saves / 0.5556
    Source, p. 191

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Ken Broderick
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Ken Broderick (28 votes out of 50 ballots), 2. Urpo Ylönen (7 votes), 3. Vladimír Dzurilla (6 votes), 4. Leif Holmqvist, Pat Rupp (3 votes) etc.

    World Championship 1969
    1. Miroslav Lacký (CSSR): 3 games / 2 goals allowed / 40 saves / 0.9524
    2. Ken Dryden (CAN): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 49 saves / 0.9423
    3. Gunnar Bäckman (SWE): 2 games / 2 goals allowed / 29 saves / 0.9355
    4. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 9 games / 18 goals allowed / 193 saves / 0.9147
    5. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 8 games / 17 goals allowed / 180 saves / 0.9137
    6. Viktor Zinger (USSR): 10 games / 21 goals allowed / 200 saves / 0.9050
    7. Wayne Stephenson (CAN): 8 games / 25 goals allowed / 228 saves / 0.9012
    8. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 10 games / 49 goals allowed / 301 saves / 0.8600
    9. Mike Curran (USA): 10 games / 74 goals allowed / 442 saves / 0.8566
    10. Lasse Kiili (FIN): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 15 saves / 0.8333
    11. Steve Rexe (CAN): 1 (?) game / 2 goals allowed / 8 saves / 0.8000
    12. Viktor Puchkov (USSR): 1 (?) game / 2 goals allowed / 7 saves / 0.7778
    Source, p. 118

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Leif Holmqvist
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Vladimír Dzurilla (59 votes out of 150 ballots), 2. Leif Holmqvist (56 votes), 3. Mike Curran (28 votes)

    World Championship 1970
    1. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 6 games / 4 goals allowed / 76 saves / 0.9500
    2. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 8 games / 7 goals allowed / 116 saves / 0.9431
    3. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 8 games / 14 goals allowed / 166 saves / 0.9222
    4. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 6 games / 18 goals allowed / 188 saves / 0.9126
    5. Miroslav Lacký (CSSR): 1 game / 2 goals allowed / 16 saves / 0.8889
    6. Klaus Hirche (E. GER): 7 games / 30 goals allowed / 232 saves / 0.8855
    7. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 10 games / 28 goals allowed / 200 saves / 0.8772
    8. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 4 games / 22 goals allowed / 141 saves / 0.8650
    9. Walery Kosyl (POL): 8 games / 44 goals allowed / 259 saves / 0.8548
    10. Gunnar Bäckman: 2 games / 7 goals allowed / 36 saves / 0.8372
    11. Dieter Pürschel (E. GER): 5 games / 20 goals allowed / 97 saves / 0.8291
    12. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 3 games / 26 goals allowed / 116 saves / 0.8169
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Urpo Ylönen
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Viktor Konovalenko (43 votes out of 87 ballots), 2. Leif Holmqvist (23 votes), 3. Urpo Ylönen (21 votes)

    World Championship 1971
    1. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 8 games / 12 goals allowed / 216 saves / 0.9474
    2. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 5 games / 6 goals allowed / 80 saves / 0.9302
    3. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 7 games / 17 goals allowed / 223 saves / 0.9292
    4. Marcel Sakáč (CSSR): 3 games / 8 goals allowed / 85 saves / 0.9140
    5. Christer Abrahamsson (SWE): 9 games / 27 goals allowed / 284 saves / 0.9132
    6. Viktor Konovalenko (USSR): 7 games / 18 goals allowed / 165 saves / 0.9016
    7. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 8 games / 39 goals allowed / 319 saves / 0.8911
    8. Dick Tomasoni (USA): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 48 saves / 0.8889
    9. Mike Curran (USA): 2 games / 9 goals allowed / 71 saves / 0.8875
    10. Carl Wetzel (USA): 8 games / 38 goals allowed / 299 saves / 0.8872
    11. Josef Schramm (W. GER): 4 games / 23 goals allowed / 167 saves / 0.8789
    12. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 4 games / 25 goals allowed / 171 saves / 0.8724
    13. William Löfqvist (SWE): 1 game / 6 goals allowed / 29 saves / 0.8286
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Holeček
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Jiří Holeček (32 votes out of 60 ballots), 2. Jorma Valtonen (19 votes), 3. Carl Wetzel (4 votes), 4. Viktor Konovalenko, Christer Abrahamsson (2 votes)

    Olympic Games 1972
    1. Mike Curran (USA): 5 games / 15 goals allowed / 194 saves / 0.9282
    2. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 5 games / 7 goals allowed / 87 saves / 0.9255
    3. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 82 saves / 0.9213
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 116 saves / 0.9206
    5. Christer Abrahamsson (SWE): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 54 saves / 0.9167
    6. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 5 games / 24 goals allowed / 140 saves / 0.8537
    7. Alexander Pashkov (USSR): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 17 saves / 0.8500
    8. Walery Kosil (POL): 5 games / 26 goals allowed / 115 saves / 0.8156
    9. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 26 saves / 0.8125
    10. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 2 games / 13 goals allowed / 52 saves / 0.8000
    (these are stats without the qualification round)
    Source 1, Source 2, Source 3

    World Championship 1972
    1. Vladimir Shepovalov (USSR): 4 games / 2 goals allowed / 53 saves / 0.9636
    2. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 6 games / 10 goals allowed / 137 saves / 0.9320
    3. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 4 games / 6 goals allowed / 63 saves / 0.9130
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 7 games / 15 goals allowed / 156 saves / 0.9123
    5. Curt Larsson (SWE): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 29 saves / 0.9063
    6. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 7 games / 20 goals allowed / 164 saves / 0.8913
    7. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 9 games / 41 goals allowed / 271 saves / 0.8686
    8. Christer Abrahamsson (SWE): 3 games / 10 goals allowed / 64 saves / 0.8649
    9. Alfred Molina (SWI): 7 games / 45 goals allowed / 279 saves / 0.8611
    10. Rainer Makatch (W. GER): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 90 saves / 0.8491
    11. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 5 games / 32 goals allowed / 138 saves / 0.8118
    12. Gérald Rigolet (SWI): 6 games / 51 goals allowed / 199 saves / 0.7960
    13. Franz Funk (W. GER): 4 games / 28 goals allowed / 105 saves / 0.7895
    14. Stig Wetzel (FIN): 2 games / 7 goals allowed / 18 saves / 0.7200
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jorma Valtonen
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Jiří Holeček (86 votes out of 121 ballots), 2. Alfred Molina (12 votes), 3. Jorma Valtonen (11 votes), 4. Vladislav Tretiak (10 votes), 5. Leif Holmqvist (2 votes)

    Summit Series 1972
    1. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 8 games / 31 goals allowed / 236 saves / 3.88 GAA / 0.8839
    2. Tony Esposito (CAN): 4 games / 13 goals allowed / 97 saves / 3.25 GAA / 0.8818
    3. Ken Dryden (CAN): 4 games / 19 goals allowed / 98 saves / 4.75 GAA / 0.8376
    Source

    World Championship 1973
    1. Jiří Crha (CSSR): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 51 saves / 0.9444
    2. Antti Leppänen (FIN): 6 games / 10 goals allowed / 149 saves / 0.9371
    3. William Löfqvist (SWE): 7 games / 13 goals allowed / 182 saves / 0.9333
    4. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 8 games / 17 goals allowed / 212 saves / 0.9258
    5. Alexander Sidelnikov (USSR): 3 games / 4 goals allowed / 48 saves / 0.9231
    6. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 7 games / 14 goals allowed / 163 saves / 0.9209
    7. Christer Abrahamsson (SWE): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 89 saves / 0.8990
    8. Walery Kosyl (POL): 10 games / 58 goals allowed / 344 saves / 0.8557
    9. Robert Merkle (W. GER): 4 games / 27 goals allowed / 158 saves / 0.8541
    10. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 9 games / 55 goals allowed / 314 saves / 0.8509
    11. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 4 games / 29 goals allowed / 151 saves / 0.8389
    12. Henryk Wojtynek (POL): 2 games / 18 goals allowed / 38 saves / 0.6786
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Holeček
    1st All-Star Team: Jiří Holeček

    World Championship 1974
    1. Curt Larsson (SWE): 4 games / 4 goals allowed / 137 saves / 0.9716
    2. Stig Wetzel (FIN): 2 games / 2 goals allowed / 54 saves / 0.9643
    3. Christer Abrahamsson (SWE): 6 games / 16 goals allowed / 248 saves / 0.9394
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 8 games / 12 goals allowed / 157 saves / 0.9290
    5. Alexander Sidelnikov (USSR): 3 games / 6 goals allowed / 64 saves / 0.9143
    6. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 6 games / 14 goals allowed / 139 saves / 0.9085
    7. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 5 games / 19 goals allowed / 163 saves / 0.8956
    8. Jiří Crha (CSSR): 5 games / 11 goals allowed / 92 saves / 0.8932
    9. Anti Leppänen (FIN): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 113 saves / 0.8828
    10. Walery Kosyl (POL): 10 games / 48 goals allowed / 353 saves / 0.8803
    11. Joachim Hurbanek (E. GER): 5 games / 26 goals allowed / 136 saves / 0.8395
    12. Wolfgang Fisher (E. GER): 8 games / 45 goals allowed / 214 saves / 0.8263
    13. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 4 games / 20 goals allowed / 50 saves / 0.7143
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Vladislav Tretiak
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Curt Larsson (43 votes), 2. Vladislav Tretiak (38 votes), 3. Jiří Holeček (23 votes), 4. Christer Abrahamsson (14 votes), 5. Stig Wetzel (2 votes), 6. Anti Leppänen, Jorma Valtonen (1 vote)

    Summit Series 1974
    World Championship 1975
    1. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 9 games / 14 goals allowed / 212 saves / 0.9381
    2. Anti Leppänen (FIN): 7 games / 15 goals allowed / 214 saves / 0.9345

    3. Viktor Krivolapov (USSR): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 40 saves / 0.9302
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 8 games / 18 goals allowed / 221 saves / 0.9247
    5. Leif Holmqvist (SWE): 7 games / 22 goals allowed / 200 saves / 0.9009
    6. Göran Högosta (SWE): 4 games / 12 goals allowed / 89 saves / 0.8812
    7. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 3 games / 19 goals allowed / 124 saves / 0.8671

    8. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 9 games / 41 goals allowed / 263 saves / 0.8651
    9. Blaine Comstock (USA): 4 games / 32 goals allowed / 187 saves / 0.8539
    10. Tadeusz Slowakiewicz (POL): 5 games / 24 goals allowed / 127 saves / 0.8411
    11. Jim Warden (USA): 7 games / 52 goals allowed / 253 saves / 0.8295
    12. Jiří Crha (CSSR): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 20 saves / 0.8000

    - Report of the game USSR vs. Poland (13:2) does not show the number of saves that each goalie recorded. Therefore statistics of Krivolapov (+2 goal allowed), Tkacz (+8 goals allowed) and Slowakiewicz (+5 goals allowed) are incomplete. The game is not counted in this table so these 3 goalies played in fact one more game each than the number presented above.

    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Holeček
    1st All-Star Team: Vladislav Tretiak (42 votes out of 92 ballots)

    Olympic Games 1976
    1. Alexander Sidelnikov (USSR): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 25 saves / 0.9615
    2. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 129 saves / 0.9348
    3. Vladislav Tretiak (CSSR): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 127 saves / 0.9270
    4. Jiří Crha (CSSR): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 12 saves / 0.9231
    5. Anti Leppänen (FIN): 2 games / 7 goals allowed / 77 saves / 0.9167
    6. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 3 games / 8 goals allowed / 80 saves / 0.9091
    7. Jim Warden (USA): 5 games / 21 goals allowed / 197 saves / 0.9037
    8. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 3 games / 11 goals allowed / 98 saves / 0.8991
    9. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 3 games / 16 goals allowed / 95 saves / 0.8559
    10. Walery Kosyl (POL): 3 games / 18 goals allowed / 97 saves / 0.8435
    11. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 3 games / 26 goals allowed / 104 saves / 0.8000
    Source

    World Championship 1976
    1. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 2 games / 1 goal allowed / 41 saves / 0.9762
    2. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 8 games / 13 goals allowed / 214 saves / 0.9427
    3. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 10 games / 19 goals allowed / 257 saves / 0.9312
    4. Mike Curran (USA): 5 games / 15 goals allowed / 177 saves / 0.9219
    5. William Löfqvist (SWE): 4 games / 9 goals allowed / 102 saves / 0.9189
    6. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 8 games / 24 goals allowed / 235 saves / 0.9073
    7. Göran Högosta (SWE): 6 games / 20 goals allowed / 188 saves / 0.9038
    8. Andrzej Tkacz (POL): 10 games / 39 goals allowed / 339 saves / 0.8968
    9. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 10 games / 41 goals allowed / 326 saves / 0.8883
    10. Peter LoPresti (USA): 5 games / 27 goals allowed / 177 saves / 0.8676
    11. Wolfgang Kraske (E. GER): 6 games / 27 goals allowed / 156 saves / 0.8525
    12. Roland Herzig (E. GER): 6 games / 25 goals allowed / 124 saves / 0.8322
    13. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 2 games / 17 goals allowed / 76 saves / 0.8172
    14. Henryk Wojtynek (POL): 1 game / 8 goals allowed / 25 saves / 0.7576
    15. Alexander Sidelnikov (USSR): 1 game / 4 goals allowed / 8 saves / 0.6667
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Holeček
    1st All-Star Team: Jiří Holeček (159 votes out of 192 ballots)

    Canada Cup 1976
    1. Göran Högosta (SWE): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 27 saves / 1.00 GAA / 0.9643
    2. Rogie Vachon (CAN): 7 games / 10 goals allowed / 158 saves / 1.39 GAA / 0.9405
    3. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 104 saves / 2.36 GAA / 0.9204
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 5 games / 14 goals allowed / 145 saves / 2.80 GAA / 0.9119
    5. Peter LoPresti (USA): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 51 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8947
    6. Mike Curran (USA): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 88 saves / 4.67 GAA / 0.8627
    7. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 5 games / 11 goals allowed / 68 saves / 3.25 GAA / 0.8608
    8. Hardy Aström (SWE): 4 games / 17 goals allowed / 96 saves / 4.25 GAA / 0.8496
    9. Anti Leppänen (FIN): 5 games / 28 goals allowed / 109 saves / 7.64 GAA / 0.7956
    10. Markus Mattsson (FIN): 2 games / 14 goals allowed / 41 saves / 10.50 GAA / 0.7455
    Source 1, Source 2

    1st All-Star Team: Rogie Vachon

    World Championship 1977
    1. Göran Högosta (SWE): 7 games / 9 goals allowed / 206 saves / 0.9581
    2. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 9 games / 17 goals allowed / 191 saves / 0.9183
    3. David Reece (USA): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 151 saves / 0.9042
    4. Tony Esposito (CAN): 9 games / 29 goals allowed / 238 saves / 0.8914
    5. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 7 games / 25 goals allowed / 205 saves / 0.8913
    6. Hardy Aström (SWE): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 81 saves / 0.8901
    7. Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR): 7 games / 18 goals allowed / 142 saves / 0.8875
    8. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 4 games / 14 goals allowed / 94 saves / 0.8704
    9. Sigmund Suttner (W. GER): 6 games / 23 goals allowed / 138 saves / 0.8571
    10. Alexander Sidelnikov (USSR): 4 games / 7 goals allowed / 41 saves / 0.8542
    11. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 4 games / 18 goals allowed / 103 saves / 0.8512
    12. Valerian Netedu (ROM): 10 games / 41 goals allowed / 224 saves / 0.8453
    13. James Rutherford (CAN): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 32 saves / 0.8421
    14. Mike Curran (USA): 5 games / 27 goals allowed / 143 saves / 0.8412
    15. Anton Kehle (W. GER): 8 games / 35 goals allowed / 139 saves / 0.7989
    16. Gheorghe Hutan (ROM): 6 games / 43 goals allowed / 131 saves / 0.7529
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Göran Högosta
    1st All-Star Team: Göran Högosta

    World Championship 1978
    1. Denis Herron (CAN): 255 min. (5 games) / 12 goals allowed / 138 saves / 0.9200
    2. Jiří Crha (CSSR): 60 min. (1 game) / 2 goals allowed / 22 saves / 0.9167
    3. Jiří Holeček (CSSR): 540 min. (9 games) / 19 goals allowed / 207 saves / 0.9159
    4. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 480 min. (8 games) / 21 goals allowed / 208 saves / 0.9083
    5. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 502 min. (9 games) / 33 goals allowed / 277 saves / 0.8935
    6. Alexander Pashkov (USSR): 120 min. (2 games) / 5 goals allowed / 41 saves / 0.8913
    7. Daniel Bouchard (CAN): 344 min. (6 games) / 24 goals allowed / 186 saves / 0.8857
    8. Göran Högosta (SWE): 392 min. (7 games) / 22 goals allowed / 153 saves / 0.8743
    9. Antero Kivelä (FIN): 240 min. (4 games) / 19 goals allowed / 131 saves / 0.8733
    10. Hardy Aström (SWE): 208 min. (4 games) / 15 goals allowed / 102 saves / 0.8718
    11. Urpo Ylönen (FIN): 360 min. (6 games) / 25 goals allowed / 167 saves / 0.8698
    12. Peter LoPresti (USA): 540 min. (9 games) / 50 goals allowed / 292 saves / 0.8538
    13. Jim Warden (USA): 60 min. (1 game) / 8 goals allowed / 37 saves / 0.8222
    14. Bernard Engelbrecht (W. GER): 98 min. (2 games) / 10 goals allowed / 44 saves / 0.8148
    15. Roland Herzig (E. GER): 399 min. (7 games) / 36 goals allowed / 142 saves / 0.7978
    16. Wolfgang Kraske (E. GER): 201 min. (4 games) / 21 goals allowed / 74 saves / 0.7789
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Holeček
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Jiří Holeček (79 votes out of 118 ballots), 2. Daniel Bouchard (??? votes)

    World Championship 1979
    1. Jim Craig (USA): 5 games / 11 goals allowed / 133 saves / 0.9236
    2. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 7 games / 12 goals allowed / 140 saves / 0.9211
    3. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 2 games / 2 goals allowed / 21saves / 0.9130
    4. Sigmund Suttner (W. GER): 7 games / 21 goals allowed / 210 saves / 0.9091
    5. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 4 games / 11 goals allowed / 103 saves / 0.9035
    6. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 6 games / 17 goals allowed / 126 saves / 0.8811
    7. Antero Kivelä (FIN): 4 games / 16 goals allowed / 110 saves / 0.8730
    8. Henryk Wojtynek (POL): 8 games / 40 goals allowed / 270 saves / 0.8710
    9. James Rutherford (CAN): 6 games / 24 goals allowed / 162 saves / 0.8710
    10. Sune Ödling (SWE): 2 games / 8 goals allowed / 54 saves / 0.8710
    11. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 2 games / 10 goals allowed / 62 saves / 0.8611
    12. Marcel Sakáč (CSSR): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 89 saves / 0.8558
    13. James Warden (USA): 4 games / 17 goals allowed / 100 saves / 0.8547
    14. Pelle Lindbergh (SWE): 6 games / 38 goals allowed / 220 saves / 0.8527
    15. Ed Staniowski (CAN): 3 games / 19 goals allowed / 85 saves / 0.8173
    16. Henryk Buk (POL): 1 games / 2 goals allowed / 5 saves / 0.7143
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Vladislav Tretiak
    1st All-Star Team: Vladislav Tretiak

    Olympic Games 1980
    1. William Löfqvist (SWE): 2 games / 1 goal allowed / 53 saves / 0.50 GAA / 0.9815
    2. Karel Lang (CSSR): 1 game / 2 goals allowed / 27 saves / 2.00 GAA / 0.9310
    3. Jim Craig (USA): 7 games / 15 goals allowed / 163 saves / 2.14 GAA / 0.9157
    4. Antero Kivelä (FIN): 3 games / 10 goals allowed / 90 saves / 3.33 GAA / 0.9000
    5. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 77 saves / 2.08 GAA / 0.8953
    6. Valerian Netedu (ROM): 4 games / 12 goals allowed / 93 saves / 5.21 GAA / 0.8857
    7. Paul Pageau (CAN): 4 games / 11 goals allowed / 82 saves / 2.79 GAA / 0.8817
    8. Henryk Wojtynek (POL): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 114 saves / 4.10 GAA / 0.8769
    9. Bob Dupuis (CAN): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 49 saves / 3.44 GAA / 0.8750
    10. Minoru Misawa (JAP): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 97 saves / 6.50 GAA / 0.8739
    11. Pelle Lindbergh (SWE): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 124 saves / 3.60 GAA / 0.8732
    12. Jim Marthinsen (NOR): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 88 saves / 4.93 GAA / 0.8627
    13. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 5 games / 15 goals allowed / 83 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8469
    14. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 82 saves / 3.93 GAA / 0.8454
    15. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 4 games / 8 goals allowed / 42 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8400
    16. Pawel Lukaszka (POL): 2 games / 7 goals allowed / 31 saves / 6.36 GAA / 0.8158
    17. Takeshi Iwamoto (JAP): 3 games / 22 goals allowed / 97 saves / 7.73 GAA / 0.8151
    18. Gheorghe Hutan (ROM): 4 games / 17 goals allowed / 73 saves / 6.31 GAA / 0.8111
    19. Sigmund Suttner (W. GER): 4 games / 20 goals allowed / 78 saves / 6.23 GAA / 0.7959
    20. Bernhard Englbrecht (W. GER): 3 games / 10 goals allowed / 39 saves / 5.59 GAA / 0.7959
    21. Ted Lenssen (NET): 5 games / 30 goals allowed / 116 saves / 6.88 GAA / 0.7945
    22. Tore Walberg (NOR): 3 games / 22 goals allowed / 55 saves / 10.19 GAA / 0.7143
    23. John de Bruyn (NET): 2 games / 13 goals allowed / 8 saves / 20.33 GAA / 0.3810
    Source 1, p. 103, 117-118; Source 2

    World Championship 1981
    1. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 60 min. (1 game) / 1 goal allowed / 17 saves / 0.9444
    2. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 420 min. (7 games) / 13 goals allowed / 161 saves / 0.9253
    3. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 460 min. (8 games) / 23 goals allowed / 214 saves / 0.9030
    4. Karel Lang (CSSR): 410 min. (7 games) / 20 goals allowed / 177 saves / 0.8985
    5. Hannu Kamppuri (FIN): 144 min. (3 games) / 8 goals allowed / 64 saves / 0.8889
    6. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 69 min. (2 games) / 6 goals allowed / 47 saves / 0.8868
    7. Phil Myre (CAN): 239 min. (4 games) / 17 goals allowed / 133 saves / 0.8867
    8. Ed Walsh (USA): 226 min. (4 games) / 16 goals allowed / 121 saves / 0.8832
    9. Bernhard Englbrecht (W. GER): 240 min. (4 games) / 20 goals allowed / 149 saves / 0.8817
    10. John Garret (CAN): 240 min. (4 games) / 17 goals allowed / 126 saves / 0.8811
    11. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 240 min. (4 games) / 20 goals allowed / 144 saves / 0.8780
    12. Hannu Lassila (FIN): 236 min. (4 games) / 24 goals allowed / 139 saves / 0.8528
    13. John de Bruyn (NET): 196 min. (4 games) / 23 goals allowed / 121 saves / 0.8403
    14. Greg Moffett (USA): 254 min. (5 games) / 27 goals allowed / 113 saves / 0.8071
    15. Ted Lenssen (NET): 284 min. (5 games) / 45 goals allowed / 174 saves / 0.7945
    16. Reino Sundberg (SWE): 20 min. (1 game) / 7 goals allowed / 5 saves / 0.4167
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Vladislav Tretiak
    1st All-Star Team: Peter Lindmark (72 votes)

    Canada Cup 1981
    1. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 6 games / 8 goals allowed / 143 saves / 1.33 GAA / 0.9470
    2. Karel Lang (CSSR): 6 games / 15 goals allowed / 126 saves / 2.35 GAA / 0.8936
    3. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 4 games / 11 goals allowed / 88 saves / 3.17 GAA / 0.8889
    4. Hannu Lassila (FIN): 3 games / 16 goals allowed / 115 saves / 5.33 GAA / 0.8779
    5. Tony Esposito (USA): 5 games / 19 goals allowed / 129 saves / 3.80 GAA / 0.8716
    6. Don Edwards (CAN): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 20 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8696
    7. Mike Liut (CAN): 6 games / 19 goals allowed / 124 saves / 3.17 GAA / 0.8671
    8. Steve Baker (USA): 1 game / 4 goals allowed / 18 saves / 4.00 GAA / 0.8182
    9. Pelle Lindbergh (SWE): 2 games / 9 goals allowed / 40 saves / 5.87 GAA / 0.8163
    10. Markus Mattsson (FIN): 2 games / 15 goals allowed / 58 saves / 7.50 GAA / 0.7945
    11. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 1 game / 7 goals allowed / 26 saves / 7.00 GAA / 0.7879
    12. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 1 game / 2 goals allowed / 5 saves / 6.32 GAA / 0.7143
    Source 1, Source 2

    1st All-Star Team: Vladislav Tretiak
    Most Valuable Player: Vladislav Tretiak

    World Championship 1982
    1. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 3 games / 1 goal allowed / 59 saves / 0.44 GAA / 0.9833
    2. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 10 games / 17 goals allowed / 221 saves / 1.75 GAA / 0.9286
    3. Hannu Kamppuri (FIN): 6 games / 20 goals allowed / 189 saves / 3.38 GAA / 0.9043
    4. Greg Millen (CAN): 5 games / 14 goals allowed / 125 saves / 2.80 GAA / 0.8993
    5. Gilles Meloche (CAN): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 140 saves / 3.20 GAA / 0.8974
    6. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 8 games / 19 goals allowed / 165 saves / 2.45 GAA / 0.8967
    7. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 20 goals allowed / 154 saves / 3.20 GAA / 0.8851
    8. Göte Wälitalo (SWE): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 112 saves / 4.01 GAA / 0.8819
    9. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 7 games / 30 goals allowed / 220 saves / 4.28 GAA / 0.8800
    10. Jim Corsi (ITA): 7 games / 38 goals allowed / 277 saves / 5.85 GAA / 0.8794
    11. Glenn Resch (USA): 4 games / 21 goals allowed / 132 saves / 5.25 GAA / 0.8627
    12. Steve Janaszak (USA): 3 games / 17 goals allowed / 87 saves / 5.67 GAA / 0.8365
    13. Hannu Lassila (FIN): 2 games / 11 goals allowed / 37 saves / 10.15 GAA / 0.7708
    14. Nick Sanza (ITA): 1 game / 6 goals allowed / 19 saves / 12.00 GAA / 0.7600
    15. Karel Lang (CSSR): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 3 saves / 10.00 GAA / 0.5000
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Králík
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Jiří Králík (33 first place finishes + 12 second place finishes = 33*5 + 12*3 = 201 points), 2. Jim Corsi (23+19=172 points), 3. Vladislav Tretiak (14+9=97 points), 4. Hannu Kamppuri (3+19=72 points), 5. Karl Friesen (4+12=56 points), 6. Greg Millen (3+5=30 points), 7. Göte Wälitalo (3+1=18 points), 8. Gilles Meloche (1+3=14 points), 9. Peter Lindmark (0+2=6 points)

    World Championship 1983
    1. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 7 games / 4 goals allowed / 141 saves / 0.57 GAA / 0.9724
    2. Hannu Kamppuri (FIN): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 222 saves / 3.75 GAA / 0.9367
    3. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 8 games / 16 goals allowed / 222 saves / 2.00 GAA / 0.9328
    4. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 5 games / 13 goals allowed / 163 saves / 2.60 GAA / 0.9261
    5. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 3 games / 6 goals allowed / 67 saves / 2.00 GAA / 0.9178
    6. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 53 saves / 2.50 GAA / 0.9138
    7. Rick Wamsley (CAN): 10 games / 30 goals allowed / 301 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.9094
    8. Pelle Lindbergh (SWE): 9 games / 27 goals allowed / 249 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.9022
    9. Kari Takko (FIN): 6 games / 25 goals allowed / 219 saves / 4.19 GAA / 0.8975
    10. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 5 games / 21 goals allowed / 171 saves / 4.20 GAA / 0.8906
    11. Jim Corsi (ITA): 10 games / 50 goals allowed / 353 saves / 5.28 GAA / 0.8759
    12. Rene Bielke (E. GER): 10 games / 36 goals allowed / 227 saves / 3.75 GAA / 0.8631
    13. Göte Wälitalo (SWE): 1 game / 5 goals allowed / 24 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8276
    14. Nick Sanza (ITA): 1 game / 6 goals allowed / 22 saves / 11.20 GAA / 0.7857
    15. Ingolf Spantig (E. GER): 1 game / 4 goals allowed / 9 saves / 10.23 GAA / 0.6923
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Vladislav Tretiak
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Vladislav Tretiak, 2. Jiří Králík

    Olympic Games 1984
    1. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 1 game / 0 goals allowed / 25 saves / 0.00 GAA / 1.000
    2. Vladislav Tretiak (USSR): 6 games / 4 goals allowed / 112 saves / 0.67 GAA / 0.9655
    3. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 6 games / 9 goals allowed / 185 saves / 1.50 GAA / 0.9536
    4. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 17 saves / 1.00 GAA / 0.9444
    5. Rolf Ridderwall (SWE): 6 games / 9 goals allowed / 130 saves / 1.73 GAA / 0.9353
    6. Mario Gosselin (CAN): 7 games / 14 goals allowed / 160 saves / 2.21 GAA / 0.9195
    7. Adriano Tancon (ITA): 4 games / 12 goals allowed / 113 saves / 4.00 GAA / 0.9040
    8. Marc Behrend (USA): 4 games / 11 goals allowed / 102 saves / 3.30 GAA / 0.9027
    9. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 142 saves / 3.20 GAA / 0.8987
    10. Kari Takko (FIN): 5 games / 19 goals allowed / 156 saves / 4.47 GAA / 0.8914
    11. Jorma Valtonen (FIN): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 48 saves / 3.43 GAA / 0.8889
    12. Göte Wälitalo (SWE): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 52 saves / 3.91 GAA / 0.8814
    13. Cveto Pretnar (YUG): 5 games / 37 goals allowed / 234 saves / 7.40 GAA / 0.8635
    14. Bob Mason (USA): 3 games / 10 goals allowed / 63 saves / 3.76 GAA / 0.8630
    15. Bernhard Englbrecht (W. GER): 1 game / 5 goals allowed / 30 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8571
    16. Wlodzimierz Olszewski (POL): 6 games / 32 goals allowed / 179 saves / 6.86 GAA / 0.8483
    17. Gabriel Samolej (POL): 3 games / 12 goals allowed / 64 saves / 9.00 GAA / 0.8421
    18. Darren Eliot (CAN): 2 games / 2 goals allowed / 9 saves / 3.02 GAA / 0.8182
    19. Michael Rudman (AUS): 5 games / 37 goals allowed / 165 saves / 7.40 GAA / 0.8168
    20. Marco Capone (ITA): 2 games / 19 goals allowed / 81 saves / 9.50 GAA / 0.8100
    21. Jorn Goldstein (NOR): 5 games / 26 goals allowed / 98 saves / 7.29 GAA / 0.7903
    22. Jim Marthinsen (NOR): 3 games / 17 goals allowed / 60 saves / 11.86 GAA / 0.7792
    Source

    Canada Cup 1984
    1. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 4 games / 6 goals allowed / 94 saves / 1.43 GAA / 0.9400
    2. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 19 goals allowed / 152 saves / 2.76 GAA / 0.8889
    3. Tom Barrasso (USA): 5 games / 13 goals allowed / 103 saves / 3.10 GAA / 0.8879
    4. Grant Fuhr (CAN): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 43 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8776
    5. Pete Peeters (CAN): 4 games / 13 goals allowed / 90 saves / 3.33 GAA / 0.8738
    6. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 65 saves / 3.45 GAA / 0.8667
    7. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 4 games / 21 goals allowed / 127 saves / 5.25 GAA / 0.8581
    8. Alexander Tyzhnykh (USSR): 2 games / 4 goals allowed / 23 saves / 2.00 GAA / 0.8519
    9. Reggie Lemelin (CAN): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 39 saves / 3.04 GAA / 0.8478
    10. Glenn Resch (USA): 2 games / 9 goals allowed / 40 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8163
    11. Göte Wälitalo (SWE): 2 games / 6 goals allowed / 25 saves / 5.37 GAA / 0.8065
    12. Bernhard Englbrecht (W. GER): 1 game / 8 goals allowed / 32 saves / 8.00 GAA / 0.8000
    13. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 3 games / 11 goals allowed / 42 saves / 5.24 GAA / 0.7925
    Source 1, Source 2

    1st All-Star Team: Vladimir Myshkin

    World Championship 1985
    1. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 10 games / 13 goals allowed / 191 saves / 1.34 GAA / 0.9363
    2. Steve Weeks (CAN): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 109 saves / 2.04 GAA / 0.9237
    3. Jiří Králík (CSSR): 9 games / 17 goals allowed / 201 saves / 1.38 GAA / 0.9220
    4. Pat Riggin (CAN): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 93 saves / 2.81 GAA / 0.9029
    5. Jukka Tammi (FIN): 3 games / 10 goals allowed / 87 saves / 2.33 GAA / 0.8969
    6. Kari Takko (FIN): 7 games / 23 goals allowed / 188 saves / 3.28 GAA / 0.8910
    7. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 9 games / 34 goals allowed / 264 saves / 3.92 GAA / 0.8859
    8. Rolf Ridderwall (SWE): 4 games / 17 goals allowed / 111 saves / 4.43 GAA / 0.8672
    9. John Vanbiesbrouck (USA): 9 games / 46 goals allowed / 298 saves / 5.64 GAA / 0.8663
    10. Egon Schmeisser (E. GER): 3 games / 13 goals allowed / 75 saves / 5.77 GAA / 0.8523
    11. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 1 game / 5 goals allowed / 28 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8485
    12. Chris Terreri (USA): 2 games / 12 goals allowed / 66 saves / 6.48 GAA / 0.8462
    13. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 23 goals allowed / 123 saves / 3.73 GAA / 0.8425
    14. Rick Wamsley (CAN): 2 games / 11 goals allowed / 57 saves / 5.50 GAA / 0.8382
    15. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 14 saves / 9.00 GAA / 0.8235
    16. Rene Bielke (E. GER): 8 games / 51 goals allowed / 201 saves / 6.45 GAA / 0.7976
    17. Helmut de Raaf (W. GER): 2 games / 7 goals allowed / 11 saves / 5.25 GAA / 0.6111
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Jiří Králík
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Jiří Králík (92 votes), 2. John Vanbiesbrouck (12 votes)

    World Championship 1986
    1. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 3 games / 4 goals allowed / 44 saves / 1.33 GAA / 0.9167
    2. Peter Aslin (SWE): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 33 saves / 3.05 GAA / 0.9167
    3. Evgeny Belosheikin (USSR): 7 games / 11 goals allowed / 119 saves / 1.10 GAA / 0.9154
    4. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 9 games / 19 goals allowed / 173 saves / 2.11 GAA / 0.9010
    5. Chris Terreri (USA): 5 games / 20 goals allowed / 170 saves / 4.19 GAA / 0.8947
    6. Jacques Cloutier (CAN): 5 games / 15 goals allowed / 125 saves / 3.02 GAA / 0.8929
    7. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 1 game / 2 goal allowed / 16 saves / 2.03 GAA / 0.8889
    8. Tom Barrasso (USA): 6 games / 18 goals allowed / 141 saves / 4.15 GAA / 0.8868
    9. Hannu Kamppuri (FIN): 5 games / 16 goals allowed / 117 saves / 3.21 GAA / 0.8797
    10. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 20 goals allowed / 144 saves / 2.14 GAA / 0.8780
    11. Jukka Tammi (FIN): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 124 saves / 3.17 GAA / 0.8732
    12. Helmut de Raaf (W. GER): 7 games / 31 goals allowed / 201 saves / 4.09 GAA / 0.8664
    13. Ake Lilljebjörn (SWE): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 49 saves / 3.18 GAA / 0.8571
    14. Franciszek Kukla (POL): 9 games / 40 goals allowed / 213 saves / 6.15 GAA / 0.8419
    15. Kelly Hrudey (CAN): 5 games / 22 goals allowed / 99 saves / 4.19 GAA / 0.8182
    16. Mike Richter (USA): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 21 saves / 5.66 GAA / 0.8077
    17. Andrzej Hanisz (POL): 6 games / 23 goals allowed / 93 saves / 6.06 GAA / 0.8017
    18. Erich Weishaupt (W. GER): 4 games / 21 goals allowed / 84 saves / 6.18 GAA / 0.8000
    Source

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Peter Lindmark
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Peter Lindmark (34 votes), 2. Chris Terreri

    World Championship 1987
    1. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 9 games / 19 goals allowed / 228 saves / 2.19 GAA / 0.9231
    2. Evgeny Belosheikin (USSR): 10 games / 15 goals allowed / 179 saves / 1.50 GAA / 0.9227
    3. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 14 goals allowed / 128 saves / 2.10 GAA / 0.9014
    4. Ake Lilljebjörn (SWE): 4 games / 7 goals allowed / 64 saves / 2.10 GAA / 0.9014
    5. Sean Burke (CAN): 5 games / 12 goals allowed / 102 saves / 2.40 GAA / 0.8947
    6. Jarmo Myllys (FIN): 8 games / 27 goals allowed / 229 saves / 3.49 GAA / 0.8945
    7. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 41 saves / 3.75 GAA / 0.8913
    8. Mike Richter (USA): 2 games / 8 goals allowed / 61 saves / 6.00 GAA / 0.8841
    9. Bob Froese (CAN): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 123 saves / 3.60 GAA / 0.8723
    10. Helmut de Raaf (W. GER): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 120 saves / 3.60 GAA / 0.8696
    11. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 5 games / 19 goals allowed / 121 saves / 3.80 GAA / 0.8643
    12. John Vanbiesbrouck (USA): 7 games / 28 goals allowed / 158 saves / 4.01 GAA / 0.8495
    13. Hannu Kamppuri (FIN): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 37 saves / 3.10 GAA / 0.8409
    14. Richard Bucher (SWI): 5 games / 26 goals allowed / 118 saves / 7.42 GAA / 0.8194
    15. Olivier Anken (SWI): 7 games / 34 goals allowed / 149 saves / 6.00 GAA / 0.8142
    16. Chris Terreri (USA): 2 games / 12 goals allowed / 32 saves / 7.20 GAA / 0.7273
    17. Renato Tosio (SWI): 3 games / 11 goals allowed / 25 saves / 13.35 GAA / 0.6944
    Source 1, Source 2

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Dominik Hašek
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Dominik Hašek (141 votes), 2. Peter Lindmark (135 votes)

    Canada Cup 1987
    1. John Vanbiesbrouck (USA): 4 games / 9 goals allowed / 107 saves / 2.25 GAA / 0.9224
    2. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 6 games / 20 goals allowed / 169 saves / 3.33 GAA / 0.8942
    3. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 6 games / 18 goals allowed / 152 saves / 2.96 GAA / 0.8941
    4. Grant Fuhr (CAN): 9 games / 32 goals allowed / 266 saves / 3.34 GAA / 0.8926
    5. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 6 games / 18 goals allowed / 134 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8816
    6. Evgeny Belosheikin (USSR): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 103 saves / 4.00 GAA / 0.8803
    7. Kari Takko (FIN): 5 games / 22 goals allowed / 157 saves / 4.71 GAA / 0.8771
    8. Jarmo Myllys (FIN): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 7 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8750
    9. Tom Barrasso (USA): 1 game / 5 goals allowed / 22 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8148
    Source 1, Source 2

    1st All-Star Team: Grant Fuhr

    Olympic Games 1988
    1. Jukka Tammi (FIN): 2 games / 3 goals allowed / 44 saves / 1.51 GAA / 0.9362
    2. Jarmo Myllys (FIN): 6 games / 11 goals allowed / 142 saves / 1.83 GAA / 0.9281
    3. Gabriel Samolej (POL): 5 games / 8 goals allowed / 97 saves / 2.01 GAA / 0.9238
    4. Jaromír Šindel (CSSR): 5 games / 9 goals allowed / 101 saves / 2.07 GAA / 0.9182
    5. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 8 games / 13 goals allowed / 138 saves / 1.63 GAA / 0.9139
    6. Richard Bucher (SWI): 3 games / 8 goals allowed / 78 saves / 3.43 GAA / 0.9070
    7. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 6 games / 17 goals allowed / 163 saves / 3.11 GAA / 0.9056
    8. Andrzej Hanisz (POL): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 46 saves / 3.75 GAA / 0.9020
    9. Andy Moog (CAN): 4 games / 9 goals allowed / 81 saves / 2.25 GAA / 0.9000
    10. Olivier Anken (SWI): 4 games / 10 goals allowed / 87 saves / 2.73 GAA / 0.8969
    11. Sean Burke (CAN): 4 games / 12 goals allowed / 100 saves / 3.02 GAA / 0.8929
    12. Helmut de Raaf (W. GER): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 23 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8846
    13. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 7 games / 16 goals allowed / 106 saves / 2.40 GAA / 0.8689
    14. Peter Aslin (SWE): 2 games / 5 goals allowed / 30 saves / 3.75 GAA / 0.8571
    15. Brian Stankiewicz (AUS): 5 games / 23 goals allowed / 136 saves / 4.60 GAA / 0.8553
    16. Mike Richter (USA): 4 games / 15 goals allowed / 80 saves / 3.91 GAA / 0.8421
    17. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 91 saves / 4.97 GAA / 0.8349
    18. Andreas Salat (AUS): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 15 saves / 8.99 GAA / 0.8333
    19. Vernon Mott (NOR): 5 games / 29 goals allowed / 131 saves / 5.76 GAA / 0.8188
    20. Josef Schlickenrieder (W. GER): 2 games / 11 goals allowed / 46 saves / 7.23 GAA / 0.8070
    21. Patrick Foliot (FRA): 5 games / 33 goals allowed / 136 saves / 7.22 GAA / 0.8047
    22. Tommy Skaarberg (NOR): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 4 saves / 8.72 GAA / 0.8000
    23. Chris Terreri (USA): 3 games / 14 goals allowed / 48 saves / 6.58 GAA / 0.7742
    24. Daniel Maric (FRA): 2 games / 13 goals allowed / 38 saves / 10.28 GAA / 0.7451
    25. Franciszek Kukla (POL): 1 game / 3 goals allowed / 8 saves / 4.50 GAA / 0.7273
    26. Jarl Eriksen (NOR): 1 game / 10 goals allowed / 25 saves / 10.00 GAA / 0.7143
    27. Robert Mack (AUS): 1 game / 5 goals allowed / 12 saves / 7.50 GAA / 0.7059
    28. Jean-Marc Dijan (FRA): 1 game / 7 goals allowed / 14 saves / 10.28 GAA / 0.6667
    Source 1, Source 2

    World Championship 1989
    1. Peter Sidorkiewicz (CAN): 1 game / 0 goals allowed / 13 saves / 0.00 GAA / 1.000
    2. Sakari Lindfors (FIN): 2 games / 4 goals allowed / 52 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.9286
    3. Arturs Irbe (USSR): 3 games / 5 goals allowed / 63 saves / 1.72 GAA / 0.9265
    4. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 7 games / 11 goals allowed / 130 saves / 1.57 GAA / 0.9220
    5. Sean Burke (CAN): 5 games / 10 goals allowed / 112 saves / 2.19 GAA / 0.9180
    6. Jukka Tammi (FIN): 9 games / 23 goals allowed / 151 saves / 2.65 GAA / 0.9161
    7. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 10 games / 21 goals allowed / 227 saves / 2.10 GAA / 0.9153
    8. Peter Lindmark (SWE): 5 games / 15 goals allowed / 135 saves / 3.01 GAA / 0.9000
    9. John Vanbiesbrouck (USA): 5 games / 20 goals allowed / 167 saves / 4.52 GAA / 0.8930
    10. Rolf Ridderwall (SWE): 3 games / 9 goals allowed / 74 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8916
    11. Karl Friesen (W. GER): 8 games / 31 goals allowed / 242 saves / 3.88 GAA / 0.8864
    12. Robb Stauber (USA): 6 games / 19 goals allowed / 139 saves / 3.64 GAA / 0.8797
    13. Cleon Daskalakis (USA): 1 game / 1 goal allowed / 7 saves / 3.00 GAA / 0.8750
    14. Grant Fuhr (CAN): 5 games / 18 goals allowed / 120 saves / 3.62 GAA / 0.8696
    15. Andrzej Hanisz (POL): 9 games / 39 goals allowed / 246 saves / 5.21 GAA / 0.8632
    16. Peter Aslin (SWE): 2 games / 8 goals allowed / 47 saves / 4.05 GAA / 0.8545
    17. Josef Schlickenrieder (W. GER): 2 games / 10 goals allowed / 57 saves / 5.03 GAA / 0.8507
    18. Gabriel Samolej (POL): 3 games / 27 goals allowed / 80 saves / 13.26 GAA / 0.7477
    19. Dariusz Wieczorek (POL): 1 game / 10 goals allowed / 12 saves / 22.82 GAA / 0.5455
    Source 1, Source 2

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Dominik Hašek
    1st All-Star Team: 1. Dominik Hašek (135 votes)

    World Championship 1990
    1. Ken Wregget (CAN): 1 game / 0 goals allowed / 18 saves / 0.00 GAA / 1.000
    2. Vladimir Myshkin (USSR): 1 game / 0 goals allowed / 2 saves / 0.00 GAA / 1.000
    3. Arturs Irbe (USSR): 6 games / 5 goals allowed / 95 saves / 0.95 GAA / 0.9500
    4. Jon Casey (USA): 6 games / 15 goals allowed / 159 saves / 2.69 GAA / 0.9138
    5. Rolf Ridderwall (SWE): 8 games / 16 goals allowed / 163 saves / 2.29 GAA / 0.9106
    6. Sergei Mylnikov (USSR): 5 games / 8 goals allowed / 79 saves / 1.72 GAA / 0.9080
    7. Peter Aslin (SWE): 3 games / 7 goals allowed / 68 saves / 2.33 GAA / 0.9067
    8. Dominik Hašek (CSSR): 8 games / 20 goals allowed / 188 saves / 2.50 GAA / 0.9038
    9. Sakari Lindfors (FIN): 7 games / 15 goals allowed / 140 saves / 2.38 GAA / 0.9032
    10. Helmut de Raaf (W. GER): 7 games / 24 goals allowed / 219 saves / 3.55 GAA / 0.9012
    11. Bob Essensa (CAN): 4 games / 5 goals allowed / 41 saves / 2.96 GAA / 0.8913
    12. Kirk McLean (CAN): 10 games / 27 goals allowed / 213 saves / 3.54 GAA / 0.8875
    13. Jim Marthinsen (NOR): 8 games / 36 goals allowed / 224 saves / 5.07 GAA / 0.8615
    14. Klaus Merk (W. GER): 4 games / 18 goals allowed / 111 saves / 5.58 GAA / 0.8605
    15. John Blue (USA): 5 games / 17 goals allowed / 93 saves / 4.99 GAA / 0.8455
    16. Jukka Tammi (FIN): 4 games / 17 goals allowed / 92 saves / 4.65 GAA / 0.8440
    17. Petr Bříza (CSSR): 2 games / 10 goals allowed / 47 saves / 5.00 GAA / 0.8246
    18. Steve Allman (NOR): 4 games / 25 goals allowed / 103 saves / 8.71 GAA / 0.8047
    19. Bill Pye (USA): 2 games / 11 goals allowed / 34 saves / 10.92 GAA / 0.7556
    Source 1, Source 2

    IIHF Directoriate´s Best Goaltender: Arturs Irbe
    All-Star Team Voting: 1. Dominik Hašek (50 votes), 2. Arturs Irbe (44 votes)
     
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    Great job.

    How often did a goalie win the tournament best player or most valuable player award?
     
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    Rarely.

    IIHF introduced the MVP award at World Championship 1999 and since then, only 3 goalies (out of 20 championships) have won the award (Dennis Endras in 2010, Viktor Fasth in 2011 and Pekka Rinne in 2014).

    Olympics - it seems that the MVP award was created for 2002 Salt Lake City. Goalies that were named MVP: Antero Niittymäki in 2006, Ryan Miller in 2010 (so 2 goalies out of 5 Olympic tournaments since 2002).

    Canada Cups/ World Cups - MVP award was introduced since the start in 1976. Goalies that were named MVP: Vladislav Tretiak in 1981, Bill Ranford in 1991, Mike Richter in 1996 (so 3 goalies out of 8 of these tournaments).
     
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    Thanks for putting this all together. Great job.
     
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    Great compilation. I have only looked at the 1964 Olympics.
    There are some minor changes after some careful study of the goalies by various hockey historians.
    They went through the official statistics and newspaper reports, breaking down everything on a game-by-game basis.

    The following minor corrections were made.

    2. Seth Martin (CAN): 6 games / 5 goals allowed / 150 saves / 1.18 GAA / 0.9677
    3. Kjell Svensson (SWE): 5 games / 8 goals allowed / 120 saves / 1.76 GAA / 0.9375
    5. Vladimír Nadrchal (CSSR): 6 games / 15 goals allowed / 167 saves / 2.57 GAA / 0.9175
    7. Pat Rupp (USA): 6 games / 21 goals allowed (There was one ENG) / 201 saves / 3.84 GAA / 0.9054
    8. Ulrich Jansen (W. GER): 5 games / 28 goals allowed / 257 saves / 5.96 GAA / 0.9017
    9. Lennart Häggroth (SWE): 3 games / 8 goals allowed / 66 saves / 3.26 GAA / 0.8918
    10. Ken Broderick (CAN): 6 games / 12 goals allowed / 101 saves / 4.33 GAA / 0.9016
    14. Michael Hobelsberger (W. GER): 3 games / 21 goals allowed / 83 saves / 9.12 GAA / 0.7757
    Thomas Yurkowich (USA): 2 games / 11 goals allowed / 78 saves / 7.23 GAA / 0.8764
     
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    Thank you for the addition!

    I´ve updated the opening post.
     
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    Complete (almost) aggregate stats of 10 goalies of my interest (alphabetical order):

    Vladimír Dzurilla (CSSR):
    - 12 major international tournaments between 1963-1977.
    - Although I´m not aware of complete goalie stats from WHC ´63, that of Dzurilla from this (his 1st) championship can be found here on this link, p. 25. So we have 100 % complete statistical account of Vladimír´s int. career.

    - 67 games / 131 goals allowed / 1237 saves / 0.9042

    Dominik Hašek
    (CSSR):
    - 8 major international tournaments between 1983-1990. I´m only looking at Hašek´s pre-NHL career.
    - 53 games / 132 goals allowed / 1194 saves / 0.9005

    Jiří Holeček
    (CSSR):
    - 13 major international tournaments between 1966-1978.
    - 76 games / 150 goals allowed / 1761 saves / 0.9215

    Leif Holmqvist
    (SWE):
    - 9 major international tournaments between 1965-1975.
    - EDIT: 100 % complete record now.

    - 50 games / 126 goals allowed / 1147 saves / 0.9010

    Viktor Konovalenko
    (USSR):
    - 9 major international tournaments between 1961-1971 overall.
    - EDIT: stats missing now only from Konovalenko´s WHC ´61. With the exception of 3 games that Viktor played in his 1st championship, his record is now complete.

    - 50 games / 76 goals allowed / 916 saves / 0.9234

    Jiří Králík
    (CSSR):
    - 7 major international tournaments between 1979-1985.
    - 40 games / 84 goals allowed / 883 saves / 0.9131

    Peter Lindmark
    (SWE):
    - 11 major international tournaments between 1981-1991. Lindmark´s 1 game that he played at WHC´91 is counted here too.
    - 66 games / 184 goals allowed / 1397 saves / 0.8836

    Seth Martin (CAN):
    - 5 major international tournaments between 1961-1967.
    - EDIT: Thanks to RGO´ contributions (see post #9), this is also 100 % complete record of Martin´s international career.

    - 28 games / 55 goals allowed / 656 saves / 0.9226

    Sergei Mylnikov
    (USSR):
    - 6 major international tournaments between 1985-1990.
    - 30 games / 57 goals allowed / 557 saves / 0.9072

    Vladislav Tretiak (USSR):
    - 19 major international tournaments between 1970-1984, including both Summit Series.
    - 141 games / 284 goals allowed / 3250 saves / 0.9196
    - 19 major international tournaments between 1970-1984, now excluding Tretiak´s stats from both Summit Series.
    - 126 games / 228 goals allowed / 2801 saves / 0.9247
     
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    I'll help you out so that you can fill in most of the blanks

    Holmqvist

    1966 vs Poland – 14 shots against / 2 goals against

    Konovalenko

    1961 vs Finland ? SA / 3 GA (played 40 min)
    1961 vs East Germany ? SA / 1 GA (played 40 minutes)
    1961 vs West Germany ? SA/ 0 GA (played 20 minutes)

    Unfortunately the game sheets available did not have shots on goal,
    and no newspaper have been found that listed the shots

    1963 vs Finland 16 SA / 1 GA
    1963 vs Sweden 21 SA / 2 GA
    1963 vs West Germany 9 SA / 2 GA (played 40 minutes)
    1963 vs East Germany 10 SA / 0 GA
    1963 vs Czechoslovakia 16 SA / 1 GA
    1963 vs USA 11 SA / 0 GA
    1963 vs Canada 24 SA / 2 GA

    1966 vs Poland 14 SA / 1 GA
    1966 vs USA 10 SA / 0 GA (played 40 minutes)
    1966 vs Finland 16 SA / 2 GA
    1966 vs Sweden 22 SA / 3 GA
    1966 vs Canada 16 SA / 0 GA
    1966 vs Czechoslovakia 22 SA / 1 GA

    Martin

    1961 vs Sweden 20 SA / 1 GA
    1961 vs USA 23 SA / 2 GA (played 46 minutes)
    1961 vs Czechoslovakia 15 SA / 1 GA
    1961 vs Finland 15 SA / 1 GA
    1961 vs Soviet Union 13 SA / 1 GA

    1963 vs West Germany 27 SA / 0 GA
    1963 vs East Germany 22 SA / 5 GA
    1963 vs USA 33 SA / 4 GA
    1963 vs Czechoslovakia 40 SA / 4 GA
    1963 vs Finland 26 SA / 2 GA
    1963 vs Sweden 38 SA / 4 GA
    1963 vs Soviet Union 33 SA / 4 GA

    1966 vs USA 20 SA / 2 GA
    1966 vs Finland 16 SA / 1 GA
    1966 vs Czechoslovakia 29 SA / 2 GA
    1966 vs Soviet Union 30 SA / 3 GA
     
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    Perfect! Thank you very much for this addition, RGO! I have now updated my summaries above. It´s basically 100% complete now for everybody (except for lone 3 games of Konovalenko at the beginning of his career). Very interesting to see Seth Martin´s numbers like that...

    While we´re at it... Would you be willing to post here the goaltending numbers for these early 60s tournaments (1961, 1962, 1963)? Or even earlier if you have them? :)

    Or send me a link / email and I would write it all down here?
     

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