Luongo also made the announcement on social media, and added that it was the first time in his career that he wasn't excited about playing again. Despite his numerous stats that make him great, he ends his career without the benefit of a Stanley Cup, but did have one Stanley Cup Final appearance. That came in 2011 with the Vancouver Canucks, where they pushed the Boston Bruins to seven games, but fell in Boston. He did win Olympic gold twice in 2010 and 2014, was a three-time finalist for the Vezina Trophy, but only ever won the William M. Jennings Trophy in 2011.
Despite not winning the Stanley Cup, Luongo has a record of 489-392-124 with a .919 save percentage, and a 2.52 goals against average. He did this with three teams: the New York Islanders, Panthers, and Canucks. The goalie finishes third in wins all-time and second with 1,044 games played, 30,924 shots faced, and 28,409 saves. His save percentage is also 10th-best all-time, which is why he got such a large 12-year contract from Vancouver. That was in September of 2009, but he ended up having two stints with the Panthers, which is the team he ends his career with.