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Position
G
 
Jersey
1
Name  Roberto Luongo
Born  4/4/1979
Height  6-3
Weight  217
Shoots  L
SeasonGPWLOT/TSAGAGAASVSV%SOGAPIMTOI
2013-FLA562523715891292.401460.91940023222
2012-VAN20963551512.56500.90720001197
2011-VAN553114815771272.411450.91950143162
2010-VAN603815717531262.111627.92840323590
2009-VAN684022419151672.571748.91340003899
2008-VAN543313715421242.341418.92090143181
2007-VAN733529920291682.381861.91760344233
2006-VAN764722621691712.291998.921502104490
2005-FLA753530924882132.972274.91440324305
2003-FLA7225331424751722.432303.93170324252
2002-FLA652034720111642.711848.91860043627
2001-FLA581633416141402.831474.91330122970
Career732354274852171317522.5019961.919590173642128
PostSeason

Last 10W/L/OTLSAGASVSOGAPMMI
vs. CLB 4/12L38335000059:12
vs. TOR 4/10W29227000060:00
vs. DAL 4/6W37235000260:00
vs. CAL 4/4L17215000058:45
vs. CAR 3/27L12111000020:00
vs. OTT 3/25W39237000064:57
@ LOS 3/22L29425000060:00
@ ARI 3/20L22220000058:48
@ SJS 3/18W54252000060:00
vs. VAN 3/16OT32329000065:00
 
Notes:
1997-98: Selected by NY Islanders in 1st round (4th overall) of the NHL Draft...1999-2000: Made NHL Debut...2000-2001: Traded to Florida, as part of a 4-player deal, June 24th...2002-03: Gold Medalist for Canada at IIHF World Championships...2003-04: Named to All-Star Team; Gold Medalist for Canada at IIHF World Championships... 2004-05: Silver Medalist for Canada at IIHF World Championships; awarded a 1-year, $3.2 million deal through arbitration, August 25th...2006-07: Traded to Vancouver as part of a 4-player deal, June 23rd; then signed 4-year, $27 million contract, June 29th; Named to All-Star Team...2007-08: Named to All-Star Team...2008-09: Named Team Captain; Named to All-Star Team...2009-10: Signed 12-year, $64 million contract extension with Vancouver, September 2nd; Gold Medalist for Canada at Winter Olympics in Vancouver...2010-11: Won Jennings Trophy...2013-14: Gold Medallist with Canada at Winter Olympics in Sochi: Traded to Florida in a four-player deal, Mar. 4th

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