- 1964-1965 Led Michigan Tech to N.C.A.A. championship.
- Named to N.C.A.A 1st All-American Team
- 1965-1966 Named to N.C.A.A 1st All-American Team
- 1966-1967 Named to N.C.A.A 1st All-American Team
- 1967-1968 Played for the Vancouver Canucks in the WHL
- 1968-1969 Signed with the Montreal Canadiens
- 1st NHL Start (2-2 tie against Boston Bruins, brother Phil had both Boston
goals), Dec. 5, 1968.
- 1969-1970 Chosen by Chicago Blackhawks from Canadiens'
unprotected list, June 11, 1969.
- 1st Team N.H.L. All-Star.
- Calder Trophy winner.
- Vezina Trophy winner.
- Sets modern day record with 15 shut-outs in one season
- 1970-1971 1st Team N.H.L. All-Star.
- 1971-1972 Vezina Trophy winner (with Gary Smith).
- 1972-1973 2nd Team N.H.L. All-Star.
- 1973-1974 Vezina Trophy winner (with Bernie Parent).
- 1983-1984 Retires from Chicago Black Hawks
- 1988 Elected
to Hockey Hall of Fame.
- Named general manager, Pittsburgh Penguins.
- 1990 Named Director
of Hockey Operations, Tampa Bay Lightning.
- 1995 Voted #4
All-Time Goaltender Rec.Sports.
- 1998 Named
Assistant General Manager, Tampa Bay Lightning
- 1998 Holds NHL
Goaltending Record for most seasons with 30 wins or more : 8 seasons
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