|Born:||July 7, 1974||Draft:||Penguins 1993 #156 Overall|
|Known For:||Marvin the Martian mask theme||Shoots/Catches:||Left|
|National Team:||Canada||Current Status:||Retired|
Patrick Lalime (born July 7, 1974) is a Canadian ice hockey commentator and former professional ice hockey player who played twelve seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ottawa Senators, St. Louis Blues, Chicago Blackhawks and Buffalo Sabres. Lalime retired from playing in 2011 to join the Réseau des sports (RDS) television network covering the Ottawa Senators but has since left RDS to cover the Montreal Canadiens and the NHL for TVA Sports.
Patrick Lalime Statistics
- Pittsburgh Penguins You Forgot About
- Senators’ Playoff History: Top 3 First-Round Team Performances
- Ottawa Senators’ History of Game 7 Struggles
- Senators Showdown: Patrick Lalime vs. Craig Anderson
- On May 2, 2002, Lalime became the fourteenth goaltender in NHL history to record four shutouts in one postseason, with a 27-save, 5–0 victory, in Toronto over the Maple Leafs. The win gave Lalime’s Senators a 1–0 lead in their Eastern Conference Semifinal series.
- Owns the Senators record for wins in a season (39 in 2002–03), along with career playoff wins (21).
- Longest unbeaten streak to start an NHL career: 16 games (14 wins, 2 ties)
Mike Carter is a freelance writer and contributor for the Buffalo Sabres with The Hockey Writers and NHLTradeRumors.Me He is @mikecarterlives on Twitter. Mike has been writing professionally since 2012, with stints as a reporter in northern British Columbia and Edmonton, Alberta. He now calls Salmon Arm, B.C. home.