As defined by the NHL, this trophy is awarded to "the goalkeeper
adjudged to be the best at this position."

History of the trophy: The Vezina trophy was presented to the NHL by
Leo Dandurand, Louis Letourneau, and Joe Cattarinich, former owners of
the Montreal Canadiens, in memory of former Canadiens goalie the late
Georges Vezina, in the 1926-27 season.

Originally, and up until the 1981-82 season, this trophy was awarded to
the goalie(s) with the fewest goals allowed during the season.
Scouts/Rockies/Devils that have won the Vezina Trophy:
2003
Martin Brodeur
2004
Martin Brodeur
2007
Martin Brodeur
2008
Martin Brodeur
Scouts/Rockies/Devils that have been voted for (with finish):
1982
Glenn Resch
8th
1983
Glenn Resch
6th
1984
Glenn Resch
7th
1991
Chris Terreri
9th
1992
Chris Terreri
8th
1994
Martin Brodeur
8th
1995
Martin Brodeur
8th
1996
Martin Brodeur
4th
1997
Martin Brodeur
2nd
1998
Martin Brodeur
2nd
1999
Martin Brodeur
4th
2000
Martin Brodeur
4th
2001
Martin Brodeur
3rd
2002
Martin Brodeur
5th
2006
Martin Brodeur
2nd
2010
Martin Brodeur
3rd
2016
Cory Schneider
6th