Marty Turco played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League, and in 2002-’03 he set the NHL single season record for lowest goals against average by a goalie, 1.73. He was one of the best players to ever play at the University of Michigan and its power hockey program. Turco joined the Dallas Stars in 2000 as the backup goalie, and eventually became the No. 1 man a few years later. He was an All-Star several times, a member of Team Canada for the Winter Olympics, but Turco’s legacy in hockey exceeds any statistics. When you look at the sheet of ice, and see those two lines extend from the back of the goal to the boards, they are there because of Marty Turco. His ability to handle the stick and puck was such it killed offense to the point that the NHL felt it had to change the rules, and the ice, to negate his skill.