|BIRTHPLACE:||Morweena, MB, CAN|
|DRAFTED:||TOR: 2006-99 overall|
|ECHL Playoff MVP (2009)|
Hidden Talent: Competitive swimmer
BECAME A LEAF: Toronto's third choice, 99th overall, in 2006 Entry Draft.
2011-12 SEASON: Played 34 games for the Maple Leafs compiling a record of 14-14-4 with a 3.10 goals against average, a .900 save percentage and 3 shutouts. Registered a 32-save shutout Oct. 6 vs. Montreal. Began the season with a (101:41) shutout streak (Oct. 6 - 8), the 3rd longest streak to start a season in Maple Leafs franchise history. Missed 18 games due to injury (Oct. 24 – Nov. 30). Stopped 40-of-42 shots Dec. 22 vs. Buffalo. Registered a 25- save shutout Feb. 1 vs. Pittsburgh. Made a careerhigh 49 saves and registered a shutout Feb. 4 at Ottawa. (Most saves by a Leaf goalie in a shutout since Mike Palmateer on Mar. 12, 1977 – 47 saves vs. Detroit). Named NHL's Third Star of the Week (Feb. 6), registering back-to-back shutouts (Feb. 1 & 4) with 74 saves in that span. Recorded wins in back-to-back starts (Mar. 15 & 17) stopping 63-of- 65 shots. Stopped 43-of-46 shots Mar. 23 at New Jersey. Missed final 6 games of the season with an upper body injury (Mar. 27 - Apr. 7). Made 5 saves on 8 shootout attempts. Registered a record of 2 wins and 1 loss in shootouts.
CAREER: 2010-11: Played 37 games for the Maple Leafs compiling a record of 20-10-5 with a 2.60 goals against average, a .921 save percentage and 3 shutouts. Played 15 games for the Toronto Marlies (AHL) compiling a record of 9-5-1 with a 2.59 goals against average, a .920 save percentage and 3 shutouts. Ranked 1st among Leafs goaltenders in games played, wins, goals against average, save percentage and shutouts. Among NHL rookie goaltenders ranked 2nd in save percentage, 4th in wins and 6th in goals against average. Recalled from the Marlies 4 times (Nov. 17, Dec. 5, Dec. 17, Jan. 23). Assigned to the Marlies 3 times (Dec. 1, Dec. 8, Jan. 14). Made NHL debut in 3rd period and stopped all 4 shots Dec. 20 vs. Atlanta. Made 1st career NHL start, earned 1st career NHL win and made 32 saves on 33 shots Jan. 1 at Ottawa. Made a season-high 41 saves on 44 shots Jan. 7 at Atlanta. Made 40 saves on 42 shots Jan. 11 at San Jose. Won 4 consecutive road games (Jan. 1 – 11) and made 143 saves on 151 shots in that span. Registered 1st NHL shutout with 27 saves Feb. 3 vs. Carolina. Registered a shutout and made 22 saves Feb. 19 vs. Ottawa (SOL 0-1). Won a seasonhigh 5 consecutive road games (Feb. 8 – Mar. 3). Registered a shutout with 29 saves Mar. 22 at Minnesota. Won 4 consecutive games (Mar. 16 – 24) stopping 122-of-128 shots in that span. Named NHL's Rookie of the Month for March with a 9-4-1 record, 1 shutout, a 2.87 goals against average and a .913 save percentage. Registered a record of 11-3-4 when making 30 or more saves in a game. Made 8 saves on 11 shootout attempts. Registered a record of 1 win and 3 losses in shootouts. Selected to play for Canada at IIHF World Championship. Played 4 games for Canada compiling a record of 3-0-0 with a 2.04 goals against average and a .920 save percentage.
2009-10: Played 26 games for the Marlies compiling a record of 14-8-2, with a 2.25 goals against average, a .925 save percentage and 1 shutout. Recalled from the Marlies Oct. 14. Assigned to the Marlies Oct. 25. Missed 34 games (Nov. 28 – Feb. 12) due to knee injury. Recorded 1st career AHL shutout Feb. 20 vs. Manitoba (31 saves).
2008-09: Played 3 games for the Marlies compiling a record of 1-2-0, with a 3.28 goals against average and a .882 save percentage. Made AHL debut and recorded 1st win Dec. 27 vs. Manitoba. Recalled from the Marlies Dec. 21. Played 22 games for the Reading (ECHL), registering a 10-7-3 record with a 3.30 goals against average and .904 save percentage. Played 6 games for the South Carolina (ECHL) and went undefeated with a 6-0-0 record, a 1.32 goals against average, a .961 save percentage and 2 shutouts. Played 8 playoff games for the South Carolina recording 4 wins, a 2.17 goals against average, a .929 save percentage and 1 shutout. Won the Kelly Cup and was named ECHL playoffs MVP.
2005-06 to 2007-08: Played 124 games for the Red Deer Rebels (WHL) compiling a record of 41-56-14 with a 2.72 goals against average and .912 save percentage. In 2007-08, Ranked 5th (tie) in WHL save percentage (.916).