John Grahame (born August 31, 1975, in Denver, Colorado) is a goaltender in the National Hockey League. John Grahame played in net for the Providence Bruins for the 1998-1999 season. He set an AHL record that year with 19 consecutive wins and led them to a Calder cup victory with a 5-1 win over the Rochester Americans. Grahame has played with the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning in the NHL, and was the backup goaltender for the Stanley Cup-winning Lightning team in 2004. He is the son of former NHL goaltender Ron Grahame, who -- ironically -- was traded by the Bruins for the draft choice used to pick his son's former teammate Ray Bourque. They remain the only father-son goaltending combination ever to play for the same NHL team, and John is part of the only mother-son combination to have both names engraved on the Stanley Cup. His mother, Charlotte, was a member of the front office of the 2001 Colorado Avalanche.
Grahame played on the 2006 US Olympic Ice Hockey Team. He started the first game of the Olympic tournament for the US, surrendering three goals in a 3-3 tie vs. Latvia.