3. Andrei Vasilevskiy
Vasilyowski entered the Russian NHL Players during the 2014-15 season. He was part of the Tampa Bay Lightning run in the Stanley Cup Final, where he lost to the Black Hawks in six games. Vasilyowski will end his initial netminder duties for the team in 2016-17 and has held those positions ever since.
Vasilyowski won the 2018-19 Vizina Trophy as the NHL’s best goalkeeper. He has lost just 10 games in a row this season, winning a total of 39. Factoring in their six shutouts, none of the goal stores in the league did well as they beat Bolt 62-3-3-1, leaving them behind in the President’s Trophy-winning record.
Surprisingly, Vasilyowski finished only third in voting for Vizina in 2017-18, despite taking the lead in the NHL (tied to Winnipeg’s Conner Hellbike) – and from his current career More – in 44 games. After Vasilyevsky signed an eight-year extension on July 29, 2019, power fans have been reassured that they will have an elite goal for years to come.
It didn’t take long for Vasilyevsky to take advantage shortly thereafter. He will win the first Stanley Cup of his Russian NHL Players career by winning an incredible 18 games in the post-2019-20 season between the Coyote-19 epidemics. Vasilyowski then led the league with 35 wins in just 52 games in the regular season. Now with the cup attached to his name, with his brilliant performance, he is automatically pushing the Hall of Fame debate.