Marty Turco
Marty Turco
Number: 30
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 184
Catches: Left
Born: Aug 13, 1975
Birthplace: Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on 8/2/10
Drafted: DAL / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 5th (124th overall)


2009-10: Compiled a 22-20-11 record in 53 regular-season contests with the Dallas Stars … Posted a .913 save percentage and 2.72 GAA … Tied for 13th in the NHL with four shutouts … Led all league netminders with four assists … Made a career-high 49 saves on a career-high 52 shots in a win at Washington on March 10 … Went 4-1-1 with a .967 save percentage (208-of-215) in six starts in the month of February … Stopped a penalty shot by Shane Doan at Phoenix on Nov. 14, his 13th consecutive penalty shot turned aside in his career, and 13th of 14 overall in the NHL.

2008-09: Posted his sixth consecutive 30-win campaign and a 33-31-10 mark overall in a career-high 74 regular-season tilts with Dallas … Registered a 2.81 GAA and .898 save percentage … Recorded three shutouts … Set a Stars’ franchise record with 32 consecutive starts from Dec. 16 through Feb. 28 … Became the franchsie leader in games played with his 421st career appearance on Jan. 15 vs. Buffalo … Became the franchise leader in minutes on Jan. 29 at Detroit … Led the NHL and tied a Dallas franchise record with five assists.

2007-08: Compiled a 32-21-6 record in 62 regular-season contests with the Stars … Posted a 2.31 GAA and .909 save percentage … Recorded three shutouts … Was named the NHL’s Second Star for the month of February … Tied for fifth among league netminders with three assists … Went 10-8 with a 2.08 GAA and .922 save percentage in 18 postseason tilts as Dallas advanced to the Western Conference Final … Stopped a franchise-record 61 shots (of 62) in a 2-1 win over San Jose in four overtimes in Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals.

2006-07: Posted a 38-20-5 record in 67 regular-season games for Dallas … Ranked fourth in the league with a 2.23 GAA … Ranked fifth in the NHL with six shutouts … His 38 wins ranked sixth in the league … Posted a .910 save percentage … Led league goaltenders with four assists … Earned the win for the Western Conference at the NHL All-Star Game … Established the Dallas franchise record with wins with his 161st career victory on Jan. 20 at Minnesota … Established a career-best and Stars’ franchise mark with a 165:45 shutout streak … Went 3-4 in seven Stanley Cup Playoff games as Dallas was eliminated in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Tied an National Hockey League record by posting three shutouts in the series … Recorded a 1.30 GAA and a .952 save percentage in the seven contests.

2005-06: Posted a career-high and franchise record 41 wins and went 41-19-5 overall in 68 regular-season games for the Stars … Registered a 2.55 GAA and .898 save percentage … Recorded three shutouts … Earned his 100th career victory on Oct. 22 against Calgary … Honored as the NHL Defensive Player Of The Month in November and January … Went 1-4 with a 3.39 in five postseason tilts. 2004-05: Posted a 2.02 GAA and .931 save percentage with one shutout in six games with Djurgardens IF of the Swedish Elite League.

2003-04: Compiled a 37-21-13 record in 73 regular-season contests with Dallas … his 37 victories ranked second in the NHL … Logged a career- and franchise-high 4,359 minutes of action between the pipes … Tied for third among netminders, and tied a Stars’ franchise record, with a career-high nine shutouts, good for second in the league … Paced all NHL goaltenders with at least 50 appearances, and ranked third in the league overall, with a 1.98 GAA … Posted a .913 save percentage … Represented the Western Conference in the NHL All-Star Game … Surrendered one goal or fewer in seven straight starts from Dec. 12-26, becoming the first NHL goaltender to do so since 1992 … Posted a 1-4 mark and a 3.32 GAA in five Stanley Cup Playoff tilts.

2002-03: Went 31-10-10 in 55 regular-season games in his first full season as Dallas’ starting netminder … Finished second in voting for the Vezina Trophy, given to the NHL’s top goaltender … Named to the NHL’s Second All-Star Team … Led the National Hockey League with a 1.72 GAA, the lowest in the NHL since World War II, breaking the previous record of 1.77 (shared by Tony Esposito, 1971-72) … Led the league with a .932 save percentage, the NHL’s second-best since the stat was originally recorded in 1976-77 … Tied for fifth in the NHL with seven shutouts … Selected to his first NHL All-Star Game … Tied for second among league netminders with three assists … Posted a Dallas franchise-record 16-game unbeaten streak (12-0-4) … Went 6-6 in 12 contests in his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut as the Stars reached the Western Conference Semifinals … Ranked fourth in the postseason with a 1.88 GAA and fifth with a .919 save percentage.

2001-02: Compiled a 15-6-2 mark with two shouts in 31 regular-season tilts with Dallas … Posted a 2.09 GAA and .921 save percentage.

2000-01: Went 13-6-1 with three shutouts in 26 regular-season games in his National Hockey League debut with the Dallas Stars … Led the NHL with a 1.90 GAA and a .925 save percentage … Recorded his first career shutout with 33 saves in a 4-0 win in Boston on Jan. 6.

1999-00: Posted a 23-27-7 mark in 60 contests with the International Hockey League’s Michigan K-Wings … Recorded a 2.45 GAA and .916 save percentage … Led all IHL netminders with seven shutouts and 1,511 saves … Ranked second in the league in minutes (3,399) and fourth in wins (28) … Compiled a league-record shutout streak of 282:04, stopping 132 consecutive shots from March 18 to April 1.

1998-99: Honored with the Longman Trophy as the IHL’s Rookie Of The Year after going 24-17-10 with a .920 save percentage and 2.61 GAA in 54 contests in his professional debut with the Michigan K-Wings.

1997-98: Captured his second NCAA National Championship with the University of Michigan and was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player … Went 33-10-1 with four shutouts in his senior season and established the NCAA career wins record, finishing his Wolverines career with a lifetime 127-28-7 record (.806 winning pct.) … Named to the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Second All-Star Team.

1996-97: Went 33-4-4 with four shutouts as a junior at Michigan, leading the Wolverines to the Frozen Four for the third time in three seasons … Named a First Team All-American and a CCHA First Team All-Star.

1995-96: Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team while helping lead Michigan to its first National Championship since 1964 … Went 34-7-1 with a collegiate career-high five shutouts and a 2.16 GAA in 42 games for the Wolverines.

1994-95: Honored as the CCHA Rookie Of The Year after compiling a 27-7-1 mark with one shutout in 37 tilts as a freshman at the University of Michigan … Led the Wolverines to the Frozen Four.

International Career: Was a member of Team Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy … Posted a 1.81 GAA in three games for Team Canada at the 2002 IIHF World Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.