It's not easy to have a perfect record as a goalie, since it depends on how good your teammates are. That applies to goalies who don't lose and who don't win.
It should be noted that if a team falls behind early and changes goalies, it's easy for the backup to get the loss. Say Buffalo falls behind, 6-0, and pulls the starter. The teams each score seven goals to make the final score 13-7. But the backup gave up the eighth goal, so he gets the loss. This isn't like a baseball pitcher.
We need two decisions to qualify at the moment. Here's a decade's worth of information; it will take some time to go back in time and get more numbers:
Name - Team - Year - Record
Angus Goodleaf - Rochester - 2015 - 2-0
Now the ones who went winless:
Name- - Team - Year - Record
Brandon Miller - Toronto - 2016 - 0-6
Matt Roik - Vancouver - 2014 - 0-6
Brodie MacDonald - Vancouver - 2018 - 0-5
Dan Lewis - Colorado - 2013 - 0-4
Ty Belanger - Vancouver - 2018 - 0-3
Doug Jamieson - New England - 2017 - 0-3
Christian Del Bianco - Calgary - 2017 - 0-3
Angus Goodleaf - Buffalo - 2011 - 0-3
Alex Buque - Colorado - 2017 - 0-2
Zach Higgins - Buffalo - 2017-18 - 0-2
Pat Campbell - Toronto - 2012 - 0-2
Angus Goodleaf - Buffalo - 2012 - 0-2
Pat Campbell - Toronto - 2011 - 0-2
Matt King - Colorado - 2011 - 0-2
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