When Andy Moog retired in 1998, he had quietly put together one of the most successful records of any goalie in NHL history. In 18 seasons, he played in 713 regular season games and finished with 372 wins, 209 losses and 88 ties. In 1994 he became just the 10th NHL goalie to record 300 wins.

The Penticton native played his minor hockey in BC before leaving the province to tend goal for Billings in the Western Hockey League. The Edmonton Oilers selected him in the sixth round of the 1980 amateur draft. Andy burst into the spotlight in 1981 when he led the young Oilers to a three-game sweep over the highly favoured Montreal Canadians.

Over the next five years he became a part of an Edmonton dynasty that won Stanley Cups in 1984, 1985, and 1987. The next season Andy left the Oilers after a contract dispute and joined the Canadian national team. He won all four of his starts at the Calgary Olympics. Later that year Andy was traded to the Boston Bruins.

Over the next five seasons he was a Bruin standout, leading the team to a Stanley cup final appearance in 1991. That season Moog and teammate Rejean Lemelin shared the Jennings Trophy for allowing the fewest goals.

In 1993 Andy was traded to the Dallas Stars. In 1995-96 he helped the Stars win the Central Division and finished second among league goalies in GAA. In 1997 Andy joined Montreal as a free agent and played one season before retiring. Andy served as a goaltending consultant with the Vancouver Canucks for three seasons. In 2002 he helped the Canadian goalies as a consultant for the men’s Olympic and World Championships teams. Andy later worked as an assistant coach with the Dallas Stars.