Brian Hayward

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Brian Hayward
Born (1960-06-25) June 25, 1960 (age 56)
Georgetown, ON, CAN
Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Weight 175 lb (79 kg; 12 st 7 lb)
Position Goaltender
Caught Left
Played for Winnipeg Jets
Montreal Canadiens
Minnesota North Stars
San Jose Sharks
NHL Draft Undrafted
Playing career 1982–1993

Brian George Hayward[1] (born June 25, 1960 in Georgetown, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who currently serves as a color analyst for Anaheim Ducks broadcasts on Prime Ticket/Fox Sports West and KDOC.

Playing career[edit]

Hayward played college hockey at Cornell University from 1978–1982. In his senior season he was named first team All-Ivy, All-ECAC and was an All-American. He set a school record with 2,225 saves and had a career won-lost record of 42-27-2.[2]

Undrafted, Hayward signed a free agent contract with the Winnipeg Jets and moved between the Jets and their AHL affiliate for several years before becoming a regular NHL player. In 1984-85 he won a career high 33 games, setting a franchise record. He was traded to the Montreal Canadiens before the 1986-87 season and played with Patrick Roy. For three consecutive seasons they shared the William M. Jennings Trophy, awarded to the team that allows the fewest goals during the regular season. In 1990 he was traded to the Minnesota North Stars where he played for one season. In 1991 he was acquired by the San Jose Sharks in the Dispersal Draft and he was in net for the Sharks when they won their first NHL regular season game against the Calgary Flames. He retired from playing in 1993.[3]

Broadcasting career[edit]

He is the television analyst for the Anaheim Ducks, and has served in that role since the team's inception. He also occasionally works as a reporter or colour commentator for CBC's Hockey Night in Canada. Hayward has also called games for ABC, NBC, ESPN and ESPN2 and NHL International. While at ESPN, he served as color commentator for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey and as a roving reporter during the 1998 Stanley Cup Finals, where he interviewed President Bill Clinton during a game in Washington, D.C. While with NBC, he called games at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. He also co-hosts Ducks Live, after every Ducks game.

In the 2012 playoffs, Hayward joined the NBC Sports Network as an "inside the glass" analyst.

Personal life[edit]

Hayward currently resides in Anaheim Hills, California with his wife Angela and daughter Courtney.[4]

Awards and honors[edit]

Award Year
All-ECAC Hockey First Team 1981–82 [5]
AHCA East All-American 1981–82 [6]

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Season Team League GP W L T MIN GA SO GAA SV%
1976–77 Markham Waxers OPJHL 26 1558 107 0 4.11
1977–78 Guelph Platers OPJHL
1978–79 Cornell Big Red ECAC 25 18 6 0 1469 95 0 3.88
1979–80 Cornell Big Red ECAC 12 2 7 0 508 52 0 6.02
1980–81 Cornell Big Red ECAC 19 11 4 1 967 58 1 3.54
1981–82 Cornell Big Red ECAC 22 11 10 1 1249 66 0 3.17
1982–83 Winnipeg Jets NHL 24 10 12 2 1440 89 1 3.71 .887
1982–83 Sherbrooke Jets AHL 22 6 11 3 1208 89 1 4.42
1983–84 Winnipeg Jets NHL 28 7 18 2 1530 124 0 4.86 .856
1983–84 Sherbrooke Jets AHL 15 4 8 0 781 69 0 5.30
1984–85 Winnipeg Jets NHL 61 33 17 7 3436 220 0 3.84 .879
1985–86 Winnipeg Jets NHL 52 13 28 5 2721 217 0 4.79 .842
1985–86 Sherbrooke Jets AHL 3 2 0 1 185 5 0 1.62
1986–87 Montreal Canadiens NHL 37 19 13 4 2178 102 1 2.81 .894
1987–88 Montreal Canadiens NHL 39 22 10 4 2246 107 2 2.86 .896
1988–89 Montreal Canadiens NHL 36 20 13 3 2091 101 1 2.90 .887
1989–90 Montreal Canadiens NHL 29 10 12 6 1674 94 1 3.37 .878
1990–91 Minnesota North Stars NHL 26 6 15 3 1473 77 2 3.14 .886
1990–91 Kalamazoo Wings IHL 2 2 0 0 120 5 0 2.50
1991–92 San Jose Sharks NHL 7 1 4 0 305 25 0 4.92 .859
1991–92 Kansas City Blades IHL 2 1 1 0 119 3 1 1.51
1992–93 San Jose Sharks NHL 18 2 14 1 930 86 0 5.55 .846
NHL totals 357 143 156 37 20,023 1242 8 3.72 .873

Playoffs[edit]

Season Team League GP W L MIN GA SO GAA SV%
1978–79 Cornell Big Red ECAC 3 2 1 179 14 0 4.66
1980–81 Cornell Big Red ECAC 4 2 1 181 18 0 4.50
1982–83 Winnipeg Jets NHL 3 0 3 160 14 0 5.25 .831
1984–85 Winnipeg Jets NHL 6 2 4 309 23 0 4.47 .853
1985–86 Winnipeg Jets NHL 2 0 1 68 6 0 5.29 .806
1986–87 Montreal Canadiens NHL 13 6 5 708 32 0 2.71 .896
1987–88 Montreal Canadiens NHL 4 2 2 230 9 0 2.35 .893
1988–89 Montreal Canadiens NHL 2 1 1 124 7 0 3.38 .870
1989–90 Montreal Canadiens NHL 1 0 0 33 2 0 3.69 .889
1990–91 Minnesota North Stars NHL 6 0 2 171 11 0 3.86 .853
NHL totals 37 11 18 1802 104 0 3.46 .872

References[edit]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Bob Froese, Darren Jensen
Winner of the William M. Jennings Trophy
19871989 (with Patrick Roy)
Succeeded by
Andy Moog, Réjean Lemelin