Peeters played 62 games, posting an amazing record of 40-11-9 with 8 shutouts and a NHL best-of-the-decade 2.36 GAA. At one stretch he went 31 games without a loss. Not surprisingly Peeters was named to the NHL's First All Star team and became the only unanimous winner of the Vezina Trophy as league's top goalie. Almost as impressive was the fact that Peeters finished 2nd in the entire league in Hart Trophy voting as league MVP in a time when the award was basically owned by the great Wayne Gretzky.
Peeters had a couple of other spectacular seasons, in a solid but largely dismissed career. Learn more about Pete Peeters here.