Alain Guy Chevrier
Goalie
Left-Handed Catcher
Height: 5' 8", Weight: 180 pounds
Born: 4.23.61 Cornwall, Ontario
How he arrived: Signed as an undrafted free agent, 5.31.85
How he left: Traded to the Winnipeg Jets with Devils' 7th round pick in the 1989 E.D. for Steve
Rooney and Jets' 4rd round pick in the 1990 E.D., 7.19.88
Year
Team
GP
GS
MP
W
L
T
OTL
GA
SA
SV
SO
GAA
SV %
1985-86
NJ
37
36
1862
11
18
2
N/A
143
951
808
0
4.61
.850
1986-87
NJ
58
54
3153
24
26
2
N/A
227
1793
1566
0
4.32
.873
1987-88
NJ
45
38
2351
18
19
3
N/A
148
1113
965
1
3.78
.867
Franchise
Career Totals
 
140
128
7366
53
63
7
N/A
518
3857
3339
1
4.22
.866
Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
It took quite a while before Chevy entered the NHL. He played a couple years in juniors, he played 4 years at Miami of
Ohio (An avenue not many Canadian players took at the time, playing college hockey.), and when the Devils signed
him, he was playing for the Fort Wayne Komets in the IHL at the time.

He was in the middle of a huge logjam for goalies in New Jersey, but ultimately, he emerged the starter. He would
become the first goalie in Devils history to win 20 games in a season. I know it seems like a minor feat now with Marty
Brodeur winning 40+ year in and year out, but remember the period. The Devils weren't good then, but were getting
better.

He spent most of the 87-88 season splitting time with Bob Sauve, but when Sean Burke came in and carried the team on
his back into the playoffs, he became expendable.

He would only play half a season with the Jets (And not a good one at that.) before he was shipped to the Chicago
Blackhawks, where he lead their push into the postseason, having lost to the Calgary Flames in the Campbell
Conference finals.

He would also play a few games with the Pittsburgh Penguins before signing with the Detroit Red Wings for 90-91. He
retired from hockey after finishing the season with the San Diego Gulls of the IHL.

No word on what he's doing now, sorry to say.
Entry Draft: None