|BIRTHPLACE:||Caledonia, ON, CAN|
2010-11: Recalled by the Rangers from Greenville on Feb. 28, and dressed as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup on Mar. 1 vs. Buffalo.
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.
March 30, 2010 -- Signed by the Rangers as an undrafted free agent.