Best Detroit Red Wings Players By Number: #31-40

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Jan 1, 2014; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; A general view of the Detroit Red Wings during the playing of the national anthem before the 2014 Winter Classic hockey game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

#34 Manny Legace

Manny Legace is one of the most underrated goaltenders in Detroit Red Wings history as he was a part of the team from 1999-2006. Legace had an amazing record of 112 wins with only 34 losses in Detroit including a 37 win season, in only 45 games, in his final season with the team. With names such as, Chris Osgood, Dominik Hasek, and Curtis Joseph, being recognized heavily throughout the 2000s, Legace does not get much recognition for being so solid through the 2000’s for the Red Wings. His performance in the 2006 playoffs, however, sullied his performance a bit with fans.

Other Notables Who Wore #34: Andre St. Laurent, Jamie Macoun, Sam St. Laurent

Currently Worn By: Petr Mrazek

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