Glenn Hall & Jacques Plante shared goaltending duties for the St. Louis Blues in the 1968–69 NHL season when that team allowed the fewest goals in the league.
Hall - 19 wins, 12 losses, 8 ties in 41 regular season games (2.17 GAA / .928 SV%) and played 3 playoff games with 0 wins.
Plante - 18 wins, 12 losses, 6 ties in 32 regular season games (1.96 GAA / .940 SV%) and played 10 playoff games, winning 8.
Hall was voted as the First Team All-Star that year, playing the 1st period, while Plante, who also made the West Division team, played the 3rd period. West 3 - East 2.
The National Hockey League / NHL began allowing teammates to split the Vezina Trophy following the 1964–65 NHL season and this criterion was in place until the end of the 1980–81 season.