Grant Scott Fuhr - Born September 28, 1962 in Spruce Grove, Alberta is a Canadian retired ice Hockey goaltender, coach and analyst.
- Western Hockey League / WHL Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy Champion 1981 with Victoria Cougars.
- WHL President's Cup Champion 1981 with Victoria Cougars.
WHL Del Wilson Trophy Winner 1981 with Victoria Cougars.
- Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Champion 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990 with Edmonton Oilers.
- Stanley Cup Champion 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990 with Edmonton Oilers. Fuhr was injured and did not play in the 1990 playoffs and played in 21 regular season games that season.
- Canada Cup Champion 1984, 1987 with Team Canada.
- Vezina Trophy Winner 1988 with Edmonton Oilers.
- World Ice Hockey Championships Silver Medal Winner 1989 with Team Canada.
- William M. Jennings Trophy Winner 1994 with Buffalo Sabres ....shared with Dominik Hašek.
Fuhr made his NHL debut with the Edmonton Oilers on October 14, 1981 vs Winnipeg Jets at Northlands Coliseum in a 4-2 Winnipeg win.
Fuhr got his 1st NHL victory on October 21, 1981 vs Hartford Whalers at Northlands Coliseum in a 5-2 Edmonton win.
Fuhr got his 1st NHL shutout on December 30, 1983 vs Boston Bruins at Northlands Coliseum in a 2-0 Edmonton win.
Fuhr played in NHL All-Star Games in 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989 ..... First Team All-Star in 1988.
Fuhr played in 868 regular season NHL games, winning 403, 295 losses, 114 ties with 25 shutouts and 150 NHL playoff games, winning 92, 50 losses with 6 shutouts.
Fuhr holds 5 NHL records, including most points by a goaltender with 61 and most games played in a season with 79.
Grant Fuhr was the 1st NHL goalie to wear a fiberglass mask, birdcage and combo type masks.
Fuhr currently sits in 12th place in all time NHL wins with 403.
Grant Fuhr was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003.
Grant Fuhr was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.
On January 27, 2017, Fuhr was named to the 100 Greatest NHL Players.
Grant Fuhr is recognized as a Black Hockey player, but he is also 1/2 Indigenous Cree from the Enoch Nation in Alberta.