|Born:||Jan. 2, 1977||Draft:||1995 Flyers #22 Overall|
|Hometown:||Woonsocket, RI, USA||Position:||G|
|Known For:||Longest Shutout Streak||Catches:||Left|
Brian Boucher is an American former professional ice hockey goaltender who is a game and studio analyst on national ESPN and ABC games. He played 13 seasons in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers, Phoenix Coyotes, Calgary Flames, Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, San Jose Sharks, and Carolina Hurricanes.
He currently holds the NHL’s modern record for the longest shutout streak at 332:01, set while he was a member of the Phoenix Coyotes during the 2003–04 NHL season. He led the league in goals-against average (GAA) for the 1999-00 NHL season.
Brian Boucher Statistics
- Western Hockey League (WHL) second All-Star team 1995-96
- U20 World Junior Championship All-Star team 1997
- U20 World Junior Championship Silver Medal
- Canadian Hockey League (CHL) third All-Star team 1996-97
- WHL first All-Star team 1996-97
- Del Wilson Trophy winner as WHL top goaltender 1996-97
- American Hockey League (AHL) All-Star Game 1997-98
- AHL Calder Cup champion 1997-98
- AHL Goaltender of the Month (March) 1999
- NHL All-Rookie team 1999-00
- Longest shutout streak in modern NHL history 2003-04
Colin Newby is a freelance journalist from Delaware County, PA covering the Philadelphia Flyers for The Hockey Writers. He is an encyclopedia of useless sports knowledge with an uncanny ability to rattle off Flyers goaltending stats from 2004 and every Stanley Cup winner during his lifetime. The depths of his knowledge stem from spending his entire life following the Flyers and the NHL, from fan favorites like the Legion of Doom and Claude Giroux to no-namers like Andy Delmore and Branko Radivojevič. Colin also writes fictional sports stories and covers the Philadelphia Eagles.