The Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award is given to the goalie that has the highest save percentage, a number found by dividing the saved shots by the total number of shots.

Named for Roger Crozier, an NHL goalie from 1964 to 1977, who played on a number of teams throughout his career, who moved to the MBNA Bank upon retirement and died in 1996.

1999–00, Ed Belfour, Dallas Stars .919
2000–01, Marty Turco, Dallas Stars .925
2001–02, Jose Theodore, Montreal Canadiens .931
2002–03, Marty Turco, Dallas Stars .932
2003–04, Dwayne Roloson, Minnesota Wild .933
2004–05, NHL Lockout
2005–06, Cristobal Huet, Montreal Canadiens .929
2006–07, Niklas Backstrom, Minnesota Wild .929

Save-percentage leaders (2007–present)

2007–08, Dan Ellis, Nashville Predators, .924
2008–09, Tim Thomas, Boston Bruins, .933
2009–10, Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins, .931
2010–11, Tim Thomas, Boston Bruins, .938
2011–12, Brian Elliott, St. Louis Blues, .940
2012–13, Craig Anderson, Ottawa Senators, .941 (lock-out season)
2013–14, Josh Harding, Minnesota Wild, .933