Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils collected his second consecutive and fourth William M. Jennings Trophy of his career in 2004. Brodeur played in 75 of the Devils 82 games, helping the team set a new NHL record for fewest goals against with 164, an average of only two goals against per game. He personally allowed only 154 of those goals, recording the NHL's fourth best goals against average of 2.03 and a save percentage of .917. Brodeur led all netminders in games played (75), wins (38), shutouts (11) and total ice time (4,550:16) while compiling a record of 38-26-11. He became just the third goaltender since the award's inception in 1982 to win the Jennings at least four times, joining Patrick Roy (5) and Ed Belfour (4). The Dallas Stars led by netminder Marty Turco finished second, 11 goals back.