Wade Dubielewicz
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 01/30/1979
DRAFTED: undrafted

-Agreed to terms on a one-way NHL contract for the remainder of the 2008-09 season, 1/15
-Played in 21 games with Ak Bars Kazan (KHL) this season, going 11-8-3 with a 2.77 goals-against average and .892 save percentage
Appeared in a career-high 20 games…Set a career-high for wins with nine and minutes played with 1,132 on April 4 at NY Rangers and saves with 51 on March 29 vs. Philadelphia…Overall, went 9-9-1 with a 2.70 goals against average and .919 save percentage…Stopped 30-or-more shots in seven of 20 appearances, including 44 in a 6-3 victory on January 22 at Carolina, 51 in a 4-3 shootout win on March 4 at the New York Rangers and 48 in another 4-3 shootout win on April 4 at the Rangers.

2006-07: Named NHL's First Star of the Week for the last week of the regular season by earning four wins in four games, including two in the shootout...Named to the AHL All-Star Game.

2005-06: Played a career-high 46 games with Bridgeport (AHL)Tied career high with 20 wins...Posted a G.A.A. of 3.12 and a .910 SV%Played in seven games with the Islanders...Went 2-3 earning wins vs. Florida (Jan. 2) and Pittsburgh (Jan. 26)He finished the NHL season with a 2.90 G.A.A. and a .897 SV%.

2004-05: Posted a record of 18-23-1 and 2.67 goals against average in 43 games with Bridgeport (AHL)...Set new career-high for games played in a season....Posted one shutout.

2003-04: Played in two games for the Islanders, posting a 1.73 GAA earning a win and a tie...Made his NHL debut March 25 at Philadelphia replacing an injured Garth Snow in the second period and stopped 24 shots earning second star honors and win...Made a total of 47 saves in his two NHL appearances...Spent majority of season in Bridgeport (AHL) playing in 33 games, posting an impressive 20-8-5 record with a 1.38 GAA and .946 SPOf his 20 wins, nine were shutout victories...Was 2-1 in three post season games for Bridgeport, posting a 3.64 GAA...Member of 2004 AHL All-Rookie Team and 2004 AHL Second All-Star Team...Won 2004 Dudley Red Garrett Award (Top Rookie - AHL)...Shared 2004 Harry Hap Holmes Memorial Trophy (fewest goals against - AHL) with Dieter Kochan...Was 2-1 with a 3.64 goals against average in three playoff games with the Sound Tigers.

2007: Made his NHL Playoff debut in Game One of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at Buffalo.

2002-03: Finished his senior season with the highest career save percentage in Denver University history (.926). He is tied for first in goals-against average (2.20) and is second in shutouts (eight)...Dubielewicz went 20-4 in his All-America junior season, with a 1.72 GAA and .943 SV%...He went 9-8-2 with a 2.43 GAA and .912 SP last season..Was a member of the 2003 WCHA Second All-Start Team...Missed six weeks because of torn hamstring as a senior.

2001-02: Posted one of the best seasons in Denver and WCHA history...Played in 25 games, posting a 20-4-0 record and an NCAA-best .833 winning percentage...Notched a stellar 1.72 goals against average and a .943 saves percentage...Led the nation in save percentage and was second in goals against average...Won his second-straight WCHA goaltending title after notching a 1.80 goals against average in league-only action...set a new conference single-season mark with a .943 saves percentage in WCHA action, shattering the previous mark of .934 set by former Pioneer Buddy Blom in 1963-64...Notched just one shutout on the regular-season (Jan. 4 vs. Wisconsin) and added his second of the year in the post-season, blanking in-state rival Colorado College 3-0 in Denver's first game at the Dodge WCHA Final Five...Never allowed more than three goals against in any game...Lost just once on the road this year, that coming in the season finale (March 2) at North Dakota...Is currently Denver's all-time career leader in goals against average (2.14) and saves percentage (.926) and is on track to shattering his single-season saves percentage record of .921 set last season...Ranks fifth all-time in school history with four career shutouts...Named to the All-WCHA first team and was announced as a top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, the fourth in Denver history and the first-ever goaltender...Longest Shutout Streak: 158:26. (Mar. 8-16).

2000-01: Had an outstanding sophomore season and won the WCHA's goaltending title, posting a 2.24 goals against average in league games...Was the first goaltending title for a Pioneer since Ernie Glanville won it in 1977-78...Named to the WCHA second team...Helped the Pioneers to an 11-game unbeaten streak as he notched an 8-0-2 mark, a 1.28 goals against average and a .953 saves percentage in that stretch...Also helped Denver to its first-ever back-to-back shutouts, blanking Alabama-Huntsville, 3-0 (Jan. 28)...Led the league in all games during the regular season with a 2.15 goals against average...Finished the year with a 2.30 goals against average, the third-best in Denver history...Was second in the league with a .926 saves percentage in all games and a .923 saves percentage in conference play during the regular season...Closed the season with a .921 saves percentage to post the best single-season saves percentage in Pioneer history, topping former All-American Ron Grahame's .920...Posted two shutouts, tying for eighth all-time in single-season shutouts...Notched three shutouts in his career, placing him sixth all-time in the Denver record book...

1999-00: Posted a 3-5-1 record, a 2.72 goals against average and a .902 saves percentage in 13 games...Made eight starts for the Pioneers...Over his last seven games played he recorded a 2-2-1 record to go along with a 2.09 goals against average and a .925 saves percentage...Had a 1.83 goals against average and a .927 saves percentage in five relief appearances...Became the first Pioneer goaltender to notch a shutout in his first career start when he backstopped a 7-0 Denver win at Michigan Tech on Oct. 29...Allowed three or fewer goals in each of his last four starts.

1st NHL game: 3/25/04 at Philadelphia
1st NHL win: 3/25/04 at Philadelphia

Longest Win Streak: 4, 4/3/07-4/8/07
Most Saves: 51, 3/29/08 vs. Philadelphia
Longest Unbeaten Streak: 4, 4/3/07-4/8/07