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| 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
200 lb (91 kg)
|Born|| June 1 1968,|
London, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 34th overall, 1987|
New York Islanders
|Pro Career||1988 – 2004|
Jeff Hackett (born June 1, 1968) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played 15 seasons in the NHL with Chicago Blackhawks. He served as the Colorado Avalanche's goaltending coach for three seasons following his playing career.
Hackett grew up studying Tony Esposito, his idol, and patterned his game after him. He was drafted by the New York Islanders in the second round of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft after playing in juniors for the London Diamonds and the Oshawa Generals. Behind Billy Smith and Kelly Hrudey on the Islanders' goaltending depth chart, Hackett split his first two seasons with New York and the Springfield Indians of the AHL. He led Springfield to a Calder Cup win in 1990 and was awarded the Jack A. Butterfield Trophy, annually given to the most valuable player of the playoffs.
After spending the entirety of 1990–91 with the Islanders, the San Jose Sharks claimed him in the 1991 NHL Expansion Draft. During his first season in San Jose, Hackett was named team MVP for his play. However after winning only two games in 1992-93, one of them a Shark record 57 save effort over the Kings, Hackett was dealt to the Chicago Blackhawks prior to 1993–94 and he backed up Ed Belfour for several seasons. His excellent play in 1996–97 allowed the Blackhawks to trade Belfour to Dallas in summer. His only full season as Chicago's top goaltender, 1997–98, was highlighted by a career-high eight shutouts. He remained with Chicago as first choice goaltender until 2004.
On July 12, 2006, Hackett was hired as the goaltending coach for the Colorado Avalanche. After three seasons in that role, Hackett was fired on June 3, 2009.
- 1986–87 - F. W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy (OHL)
- 1986–87 - Dave Pinkney Trophy (OHL)
- 1989–90 - Jack A. Butterfield Trophy (AHL)
|1988–89||New York Islanders||NHL||13||4||7||0||662||39||0||3.53|
|1990–91||New York Islanders||NHL||30||5||18||1||1508||91||0||3.62|
|1991–92||San Jose Sharks||NHL||42||11||27||1||2314||148||0||3.84|
|1992–93||San Jose Sharks||NHL||36||2||30||1||2000||176||0||5.28|
|Senior int'l totals||2||0||1||1||120||9||0||4.50|
- Jeff Hackett's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Jeff Hackett's biography at Legends of Hockey
- Jeff Hackett's profile at Hockey Goalies
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