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2013-14: Led all first-year goalies (min. 15 games) in GAA (1.64) and SV% (.941), tied for third in shutouts (three), and tied for fourth in wins (12) ... Allowed two goals or fewer in 16 of 19 starts, including 11 of 12 road starts ... Made 25 saves while making his NHL debut on Oct. 24 at PHI ... Stopped 32 of 34 shots he faced to post his first career NHL victory on Oct. 26 at DET ... Recorded his first career NHL shutout on Nov. 16 at MTL, stopping all 22 shots he faced; posted the Rangers’ first shutout on the road against MTL since Feb. 25, 1967 ... Made 17 saves to record his fifth straight victory and second career shutout on Nov. 23 at NSH; became the third goalie in team history to post two shutouts in their first six career starts (Lorne Chabot and Hal Winkler, 1926-27) ... Posted a shutout streak of 165:27 (59 straight saves), from 13:38 of the second period on Nov. 7 at CBJ to 18:59 of the third period on Nov. 25 at TBL ... Recorded his sixth straight victory while making a season-high, 35 saves on Nov. 30 vs. VAN; became the first Ranger to win six straight decisions in his first year since Jim Henry in 1941-42 (seven straight), and became the first goalie in franchise history to hold opponents to two or fewer goals in each of his first seven career NHL starts, and the first NHL goalie to do so since Frank Brimsek with Boston in 1938-39 (first 12 starts) ... Made 26 saves to record his third shutout of the season on Mar. 30 at EDM; became the first Rangers goalie other than Henrik Lundqvist to have at least three shutouts in a season since Mike Dunham in 2002-03 ... Stopped all five shots he faced while making his NHL playoff debut in Game 6 of the Metropolitan Division Semifinals at PHI on Apr. 29.
2010-11: Recalled by the Rangers from Greenville on Feb. 28, and dressed as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup on Mar. 1 vs. Buffalo.
2013-14: Posted a 4-0-1 record, along with a 2.49 GAA and a .924 SV% in five appearances with Hartford ... Was tied for the AHL lead in wins, ranked third in the league in saves, and led the Wolf Pack in GAA and SV% at the time of his recall.
2012-13: Established career-highs in games played (55), wins (25), save percentage (.918), saves (1,532) and minutes (3,105) ... Tied for eighth in the league in wins ... Tied a career-high with 43 saves in a 2-1 shootout victory on Nov. 2 at Albany ... Made 30 or more saves in 23 contests.
2011-12: Established career-highs in games played (33), save percentage (.913), saves (854), shutouts (four), minutes (1,865), and a career-best in goals against average (2.61) … Tied for eighth in the league in shutouts. ... Posted two shutouts in a three-game span on Mar. 31 vs. Adirondack (26 saves) and Apr. 8 at Hershey (24 saves). ... Stopped a career-high, 43 shots on Jan. 8 at Springfield. ... Ranked fifth in the league during the playoffs in goals against average (2.10), second in save percentage (.939) and third in shutouts (two). ... Posted shutouts in Games 1 (42 saves) and 2 (41 saves) of Connecticut’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against Bridgeport; Became the first goaltender in franchise history to record back-to-back postseason shutouts. ... His 42-save shutout in Game 1 marked a franchise record for most saves in a postseason shutout. ... Made 44 saves in a 4-3 overtime victory on Apr. 22 vs. Bridgeport. ... Stopped 44 shots in a 2-1 overtime loss on May 11 at Norfolk.
2010-11: Tied for the team lead with two shutouts. ... Turned aside 41 shots to post his first professional win with a shutout while making his first professional start on Oct. 17 at Providence, becoming the first Connecticut goaltender ever to post a shutout in his first professional start; Tied the Connecticut franchise record for saves while posting a shutout, and was the most since Johan Holmqvist made 41 saves in a 3-0 win vs. Lowell on Dec. 23, 2000. ... Won four consecutive appearances from Nov. 28 vs. Adirondack to Dec. 15 at Adirondack, registering a 2.00 goals against average, a .925 save percentage and one shutout over the span … Made his AHL playoff debut, a relief appearance, on Apr. 21 at Portland. 2009-10: Made his professional debut in a relief appearance, stopping eight shots in 19 minutes of ice time on Apr. 7 vs. Worcester in a no decision.
2010-11: Posted a 1-0-1-0 record in two appearances with Greenville, registering a 2.46 goals-against average and .921 save percentage.
2009-10: Named the 2010 College Hockey America (CHA) tournament MVP and selected to the CHA All Tournament Team after backstopping the University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers to their second CHA tournament championship. … Established career-highs in games played (33), wins (12), goals-against average (2.61) and save percentage (.925). … Led all CHA goaltenders and tied for sixth overall in the NCAA in save percentage, while he ranked second in the conference in wins and goals against average. … Recorded a 29-save shutout against Robert Morris in the first round of the CHA conference tournament on March 12, his second career collegiate shutout. … Registered five 40-plus save performances, including a season-high 46 saves in a 2-2 tie on Dec. 4 at Robert Morris. … Recorded a career-high four-game winning streak from January 30 vs. Niagara to February 20 vs. Robert Morris, posting a 2.25 goals against average and a .926 save percentage over the span.
2008-09: Registered his first collegiate shutout with a 33-save effort in a 1-0 win at Yale on Nov. 21.
2007-08: Recorded his first career collegiate win on Nov. 24 against American International.
TIER II JUNIOR CAREER
2006-07: Posted a 19-5-0 record for the Hamilton Red Wings (OPJHL) with a career-best 2.08 goals against average and a .918 save percentage, along with a 13-6-0 record with a 2.46 goals against average and .932 save percentage in the post-season. ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (19), wins (13) and a career-best in goals against average (2.46)....
2005-06: Registered a 21-13-0 record for Hamilton, along with a 2.55 goals against average and a .908 save percentage .… Established career-highs in games played (35) and wins (21). ... Appeared in 14 playoff games, posting a 8-6-0 record, 2.46 goals against average and a .891 save percentage.
Lists Patrick Roy as his hockey idol as a youth, and wears number 33 in honor of Roy ... Is a fan of the movie “Ghostbusters”, and incorporates the movie into his masks ... Is one of only two graduates of the University of Alabama-Huntsville to play in the NHL (Jared Ross) ... Married – wife, Kelly.
March 30, 2010 -- Signed by the Rangers as an undrafted free agent.