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Posting (3/31/10 - 7:20 p.m.) - The Islanders have agreed to terms on an entry level contract with prospect Rhett Rakhshani. 

Rakhshani completed his four-year college career at the University of Denver on Friday, March 26 when the Pioneers were upset by Rochester Institute of Technology.  Rakhshani finished his senior year averaging over a point per game at Denver, totaling 50 points (21 goals and 29 assists) in 41 games, the most throughout his four-year career.  The Huntington Beach, CA native scored 60 goals and 91 assists for 151 points in 156 career games for the Pioneers. 

Rakhshani will report to Bridgeport to join the Sound Tigers at practice tomorrow.  The Sound Tigers are in a battle for one of the final Calder Cup Playoff spots in the Eastern Conference.  Rakhshani will play in his first pro game at Arena at Harbor Yard on Saturday, April 3 at 7 p.m., when the Sound Tigers face-off against the Portland Pirates.  

Posting (3/27/10 - 10 a.m.)
- The Islanders have officially recalled rookie defenseman Anton Klementyev from the Sound Tigers.  The Russian defenseman will play in his first career NHL game tonight when the Islanders take on the Columbus Blue Jackets at 7 p.m. from Nationwide Arena. 

Klementyev will play for his third team this season after starting the season with the Sound Tigers, played in the World Championships with Team Russia and now will skate with the Islanders.  This season, Klementyev has three points (1 goal and 2 assists) in 28 games. 

Klementyev will replace Bruno Gervais who is day-to-day with a groin injury. 

Posting (3/25/10 - 10:30 p.m.)
- Defenseman Dustin Kohn is out indefinitely after suffering a concussion in the Islanders 5-0 loss to the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.  Flood, who played in the first NHL game of his career tonight in the Islanders' 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames, was recalled to replace Kohn in the lineup.

Bruno Gervais, who scored the game-winning goal and was named the first star, left late in the third period with a groin strain and is day-to-day. 

Posting (3/25/10 - 10 a.m.)
- The Islanders have recalled defenseman Mark Flood from the organization's AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.  Flood will make his NHL debut tonight with the Islanders when they take on the Calgary Flames at 7 p.m. at Nassau Coliseum. 

Flood, playing in his first season within the Islanders' organization, has 32 points (10 goals and 22 assists) in 58 games with the Sound Tigers.  He was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 2003 in the sixth round, 188th overall but has played in the Carolina Hurricanes the last three seasons.  Flood played for the Hurricanes' AHL affiliate playing in 165 games and totaling 19 goals and 44 assists for 63 points. 

Posting (3/15/10 - 11:30 p.m.) -
Outside of the New York Islanders’ dressing room, bronzed plaques of the organization’s most prominent figures appear, mounted into the wall where the team takes the long walk to the ice.

The names and faces of Bill Torrey, Al Arbour, Bryan Trottier and Bobby Nystrom, among others, can’t help but draw your eye to read about the legendary players.

With all of those Hall of Fame names, there is only one that left wing Trevor Gillies was admiring prior to his fourth career NHL game against the St. Louis Blues -- and his first at the Nassau Coliseum.

The one with his name on it.

Sharing the same last name as Islanders’ four-time Stanley Cup champion, Clark Gillies, you’d think that Trevor was reading about a relative, but as he explains to every new person that sees him with the Islander crest on his jersey, they are not related.

“I can’t even count how many times people have asked me if we were related,” Trevor said. “It would be a true honor to call him one of my relatives. He could do it all, hit fight and score.”

Bloodlines may not be the same but if you watch Trevor on the ice, you might flashback to seeing the bruising number 9 winger from all four of the 1980’s Stanley Cup winning teams. For the Gillies of the present, he is a tough left wing that does not receive the minutes that his predecessor had, but certainly takes advantage of each one, while helping his teammates through each second of theirs.

“I feel like I’m a high intensity guy,” Trevor said. “I bring a positive attitude both on the bench and on the ice. I’m out there to bang bodies and take care of a teammate whether with intimidation or by fighting.”

As the 2009-10 season began, Gillies did not have a home. After playing the past two seasons in the Carolina Hurricanes’ organization, mainly with their American Hockey League affiliate, the Albany River Rats, Gillies needed a fresh start. He received the call from the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at the start of the year and agreed to terms on an AHL deal.

Gillies instantly became a fan favorite, paired frequently with other Sound Tiger tough guys, Pascal Morency and Micheal Haley.

“Before I joined the Sound Tigers, I’d played against them but never fought them,” Gillies said. “They did have a way of getting under my skin when we played but now I love playing with them. Pascal is my linemate and we really feed off of one another because he is all over their middleweights and I can go after the heavyweights. Off the ice, I really consider him as one of the best teammates I’ve ever had.”

Islanders’ head coach Scott Gordon coached against the intimidating 6-foot-3, 215-pound winger in the AHL and knows the impact a player like Gillies brings to the lineup. Through his first three games with the Islanders, Gillies averaged about five minutes of playing time, but on the bench it seems like he is playing every minute with his constant chatter.

“He is able to deflect a lot of attention that would normally be focused on other guys in our lineup onto himself,” Gordon said. “The opposition doesn’t have time to pay attention to punishing other guys to get them off their games because he takes it upon himself to absorb it all.”

The attention on the ice that Gillies gets often transfers off the ice, as he has become a fan-favorite with the Sound Tigers. After most of his fights, the Sound Tiger die-hards in Section 105 salute their heavyweight by standing and applauding, which often ends up with Gillies recognizing them with a wave. Those same fans are the ones that stood around him, cheering him on at the team’s annual St. Baldrick’s Event when Gillies volunteered to shave his head to raise money for pediatric cancer research.

In his 10th season of pro hockey and first with the Sound Tigers, Gillies has played in 24 games and scored his first goal since the 2007-08 season. He has also accumulated 169 penalty minutes.

“The feeling I get when I score a goal is a lot different from when I get into a fight,” Gillies said. “It is something that I wish I got more but I know what my job is and I take pride in that.”

Besides terrorizing opponents with his in-your-face style of play and, if it comes down to it, dropping the gloves, Gillies has also spent some time helping the Islanders’ youth on their ways to achieving their goals.

When the Islanders’ fifth-round pick from the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, Matt Martin, was recalled from the Sound Tigers, the first person he credited with helping him through his first year of pro hockey was Gillies. Martin’s power-forward style of play has really gotten a lift from Gillies tips and pointers on how to win battles not only in fights but all over the ice to become more than a one-way player.

“He is one player that has a bright future ahead of him,” Gillies said. “I’m not trying to teach him the skills of hockey like skating or shooting but when he has questions about the fighting aspect, I’m there to help. I was really happy to see how well he did with putting up points and then his fight against Tyler Kennedy.”

Gillies knows that his plaque will not end up on the Islanders’ wall, but to be remembered as one of the Garry Howatts or Sutter brothers from the Islanders’ Stanley Cup teams, wouldn’t be so bad.

Posting (3/14/10 - 12 p.m.) - The Islanders have announced that Jeff Tambellini will be out with a groin strain.  In his place, the Islanders have recalled Matt Martin from the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. 

As the Islanders prepare to embark on their longest road-trip of the season out to Vancouver, Anaheim and Los Angeles, the Sound Tigers are returning from theirs.  On Friday and Saturday, the Sound Tigers took on the Norfolk Admirals after driving a nine-hour ride to Virginia.  Last night they finished a back-to-back weekend, winning 3-2 in a shootout.  Tyler Haskins scored three goals in the two games against the Admirals. 

Martin has played in four games with the Islanders this season and has two assists and 22 penalty minutes. 

Posting (3/13/10 - 11 a.m.)
- Islanders' captain Doug Weight has just announced that he will miss the remainder of the 2009-10 season with a shoulder injury.  Weight had been playing the majority of the season with a torn rotator cuff and labral tear in his left shoulder. 

WATCH WEIGHT'S INTERVIEW FROM THE MORNING SKATE


Posting (3/11/10 - 3 p.m.) -
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers have released their Clear Day roster for the 2010 Calder Cup Playoffs. 

The Clear Day roster consists of a maximum of 22 players. According to American Hockey League by-laws, only those players listed on a team’s Clear Day roster are eligible to compete in the remainder of the 2009-10 AHL regular season and in the 2010 Calder Cup Playoffs, unless emergency conditions arise as a result of recall, injury or suspension.

Teams may also add signed junior players or players on amateur tryout contracts, only after their respective junior or college seasons are complete.

Below is the Sound Tigers’ official Clear Day roster:

Goalies
33 Scott Munroe
52 Nathan Lawson

Defensemen
2 Andrew MacDonald
4 Mark Wotton
5 Dustin Kohn
12 Mark Flood
15 Dylan Reese
26 Jon Gleed
32 Brendan Witt

Forwards
6 Jesse Joensuu
7 Robin Figren
9 Justin DiBenedetto
10 Tyler Haskins
14 Sean Bentivoglio
16 Tomas Marcinko
17 Jeremy Reich
18 Micheal Haley
20 Greg Mauldin
21 Josh Bailey
23 Trevor Smith
25 Mike Radja
27 Matt Martin

Posting (3/10/10 - 6:23 p.m.)
- The Islanders have just annouced that center Rob Schremp will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his right knee in the first period of the team's game last night against the Philadelphia Flyers.  Schremp has been diagnosed with a torn meniscus and will need surgery. 

Posting (3/8/10 - 5 p.m.) -
The Islanders have recalled left-wing Trevor Gillies from their AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.  Blake Comeau did not make the trip to Philadelphia with the team after taking a hit from behind from Michael Ryder in the Islanders' game on Saturday against the Boston Bruins.  Comeau is being held out of the game for precautionary reasons.

Gillies was called up earlier this season and played his only NHL game this year against the Philadelphia Flyers on January 30, 2010.  The Cambridge, Ontario native agreed to terms on an NHL/AHL contract on January 28, 2010.  In that one game against the Flyers, Gillies played 3:16 and was scratched the next night against the Florida Panthers before being returned to the Sound Tigers. 

In 24 games with the Sound Tigers this season, Gillies has scored one goal and racked up 169 penalty-minutes. 

Posting (3/5/10 - 10:30 p.m.) -
It did not take long for the chemistry to return for Sound Tiger forwards Trevor Smith and Mike Radja.  Both played together at the University of New Hampshire and were paired together on the same line tonight, combining for four points and leading the Sound Tigers to a 5-4 victory over the Portland Pirates.  Tomas Marcinko and Matt Martin tallied the other two Sound Tiger goals while Sound Tiger net-minder, Nathan Lawson turned aside 28 shots to earn his 12th win of the season.  The Sound Tigers improve to 28-27-3-6 this season, giving them 65 points and tying them for fourth place in the Atlantic Division. 

Smith put the Sound Tigers on the board 1:30 into the game when Trevor Smith jammed his 18th goal of the season under Pirates starting goalie, J.P. Lamoureux.  Sean Bentivoglio took a feed from Mike Radja, high in the Portland zone, then dished the puck low to Smith in the right corner.  Smith tucked his shoulder and drove the puck to the front of the net, attempting to jam the puck around the right post.  Lamoureux made the first save but Smith was then able to jam the loose puck under the Pirate net-minder for the 1-0 Sound Tiger lead. 

Portland would answer three minutes later when Mike Weber snapped his third goal of the season past the glove of Sound Tigers’ starter, Nathan Lawson.  Weber crept in from the left point and took a pass from Phillip Gogulla in the left circle where he buried a shot through a screen in front.  Drew Schiestel had the second assist on the play. 

The Sound Tigers regained their lead at 8:19 of the opening frame when Marcinko intercepted a breakout pass from the Portland zone in the high slot and sent a turn-around shot over the shoulder of Lamoureux for the 2-1 Sound Tiger lead. 

Gerbe would knot the game at two, backhanding a rebound through Lawson as the Sound Tiger net-minder spun in his crease, while scrambling back into position after Gerbe’s first shot.  Paul Byron made a terrific play in the neutral zone to dance around a Sound Tiger forward and feed a pass to Gerbe.  The 5’5 winger, threw a high shot on Lawson that he made the save on but Gerbe was able to settle the rebound and backhand it past Lawson for his ninth goal of the season. 

The two teams continued the flip-flopping fashion of goals, with the Sound Tigers taking a 3-2 lead on Martin’s 11th goal of the season.  Newly signed defenseman Brett Motherwell, broke the puck out of the zone and feathered a pass to Jesse Joensuu, entering the zone from the right-wing wall.  Joensuu did not have a clear passing lane to Martin at the back post, so he leaned into a shot that Lamoureux kicked aside with his right pad but the puck went right onto the stick of Martin.  The Sound Tiger winger one-timed a shot under the Portland net-minder for his 11th tally of the season, coming 1:27 into the second period. 

Gragnani and the Pirates were next to answer on the power-play, four minutes into the middle frame.  After Portland set their man-advantage up in the Sound Tigers’ zone, Marc-Andre Gragnani waited for a screen to set in front of Lawson before he sent a seeing-eye shot that floated past Lawson’s blocker to tie the score at 3-3.  Mark Mancari and Kyle Wanvig had the assists on Gragnani’s tenth tally of the season. 

The Pirates were the first to break the flip-flopping trend, pairing two tallies together to take the 4-3 lead.  Weber dumped the puck deep into the Sound Tiger zone, which would have been an icing but Mancari beat a Sound Tiger defenseman to the puck and circled behind the net.  Lawson attempted to poke check the puck off Mancari’s stick as the Pirate winger came around the net but missed as Mancari saucered a pass to Gogulla cutting through the slot.  Gogulla snapped his tenth goal of the season over an outstretched Lawson for his tenth tally of the season. 

With the Sound Tigers trailing 4-3 going into the final 20 minutes of play, they needed a spark to pull them back into a tie and got it from Radja, 5:33 into the third.  While short-handed, Sound Tigers’ winger Matt Martin sprung Radja in alone on Lamoureux.  The Sound Tiger forward wasted no time wristing a shot over the Portland net-minder’s glove to tie the score at 4-4.  Tyler Haskins and Smith would put the Sound Tigers back on top for good, just over the halfway mark of the third period.  Bentivoglio chipped the puck deep into the right corner where Haskins picked it up and centered a feed to Smith at the back-door where he redirected the puck past Lamoureux to give the Sound Tigers the 5-4 lead. 

Lawson finished the game with 28 saves to earn his 12th win of the season, while Lamoureux turned aside 28 of the 31 Sound Tiger shots.  The Sound Tigers were 1-for-1 on the power-play and 1-for-2 on the penalty-kill. 

Saturday night, the Sound Tigers will take on the Providence Bruins at 7 p.m.  For tickets or information on how to receive a group discounted rate, contact the team’s front office at (203) 334-4625 or e-mail info@soundtigers.com. 

3 Stars

1. Trevor Smith – Two goals including the game-winner in the third
2. Mike Radja – Scored the game-tying, shorthanded goal in the third to tie the score
3. Mark Mancari – Scores two assists
Honorable Mention: Matt Martin – Scores a goal and an assist

Who’s the New Guy?: 
Well…we’re going to tell you.  On defense for the Sound Tigers tonight was the newest member of the team, Brett Motherwell.  The Sound Tigers signed the defenseman to a professional tryout contract Thursday after starting the season with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL.  Motherwell split time in the AHL with Providence and in Austria last year.  The year prior, the Illinois native left Boston College early to play his first year of pro with the Syracuse Crunch, tallying two goals and 14 assists for 16 points in 48 games. 

Flashy White: 
Nathan Lawson was wearing his new white pads tonight.  The Sound Tiger net-minder has worn the same navy blue pads with orange trim down the middle the past year and a half but finally made the change to white tonight against Portland. 

Former Mates: 
Sound Tiger defenseman Brett Motherwell was paired with Jake Gannon on defense tonight and he was matched up against one of his former teammates, Nathan Gerbe.  Both Motherwell and Gerbe skated together at Boston College for three seasons (2005-06 through 2007-08). 

Lineups

SOUND TIGERS

Forwards
17 Jeremy Reich – 20 Greg Mauldin – 6 Jesse Joensuu
23 Trevor Smith – 25 Mike Radja – 14 Sean Bentivoglio
18 Micheal Haley – 10 Tyler Haskins – 27 Matt Martin
9 Justin DiBenedetto – 16 Tomas Marcinko – 7 Robin Figren

Defensemen
32 Brendan Witt – 26 Jon Gleed
4 Mark Wotton – 22 Anton Klementyev
24 Brett Motherwell – 11 Jake Gannon

Goalies
52 Nathan Lawson
33 Scott Munroe

PIRATES

Forwards
27 Dennis Persson – 15 Felix Schutz – 26 Kyle Wanvig
19 Nathan Gerbe – 12 Paul Byron – 8 Cody McCormick
47 Phillip Gogulla – 21 Derek Whitmore – 25 Mark Mancari
20 Jeff Cowan – 22 Kyle Rank – 40 Matt Caruana

Defensemen

17 Marc-Andre Gragnani – 28 Mike Kostka
6 Mike Weber – 44 Drew Schiestel
3 T.J. Brennan – 33 Joe DiPenta

Goalies

30 J.P. Lamoureux
1 Jhonas Enroth

Posting (3/3/10 - 11:30 p.m.)
- The Islanders have sent defensemen Dustin Kohn, Andrew MacDonald and center Josh Bailey down on paper to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers to qualify for the team's Clear Day roster.  All three have been recalled but it is basically a paper transaction so that if the Sound Tigers make the playoffs, all three are eligible to compete for the Islanders' top AHL affiliate. 

Last season, Kyle Okposo was the big name from the Islander who was placed on the Sound Tigers' Clear Day roster before he went to Bern, Switzerland to compete in the World Championships with Team USA.  All three players have been recalled so expect to see both Kohn and Bailey in the Islanders' lineup Thursday night against the Atlanta Thrashers. 

Posting (3/3/10 - 7 p.m.)
- The Islanders have officially placed winger Trent Hunter and defenseman Andrew MacDonald on the Injured Reserve after Tuesday night's 5-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. 

Hunter will miss the next one to two weeks with an upper body injury while MacDonald is sidelined for four to six weeks with a fractured foot. 

With the injury to MacDonald, the Islanders have called up recently acquired defenseman Dylan Reese who is set to make his NHL debut on Thursday against the Atlanta Thrashers.  Reese played in his first game with the Islanders' organization on Tuesday night when the Bridgeport Sound Tigers took on the Hershey Bears at Arena at Harbor Yard.  Although the Bears took a 6-3 victory, the Pittsburgh PA native tallied his first goal with the Sound Tigers and had an assist as well. 

Below are some notes and bio for the Islanders' newest defenseman, Dylan Reese who will wear number 42 in his debut. 

Last Season:
Appeared in 75 games with San Antonio, finishing third on the club in scoring among defensemen (1g, 27a)…Ranked fourth on the club and first among San Antonio defensemen with 27 assists…Played in more games than any other San Antonio defenseman (75).

2007-08: Appeared in 59 games with San Antonio, collecting seven points (1g, 6a)…Skated in three playoff games, notching two points (1g, 1a)…Scored first professional and AHL goal, March 7 vs. Rochester. 2006-07: Led all Harvard defensemen for the third straight year in scoring with 18 points (9g, 9a)…Served as team captain…Recipient of John Tudor Memorial Cup as Harvard’s Most Valuable Player…Led all ECAC blue-liners with eight power play tallies…Selected to New England Writers Division-I Men’s All-Star and ECAC All-Academic Teams… Two-time selection to the All-Ivy League First Team and All-ECAC Hockey League Second Team (2006, 2007). 2005-06: Selected to ECAC Championship All-Tournament Team.

 

 

 

Regular Season

 

Playoffs

Season

Team

League

GP

G

A

Pts

PIM

 

GP

G

A

Pts

PIM

2000-01

Texas

NAHL

1

0

2

2

0

 

-

-

-

-

-

2001-02

Pittsburgh

NAHL

55

8

24

32

74

 

-

-

-

-

-

2002-03

Pittsburgh

NAHL

56

11

30

41

98

 

-

-

-

-

-

2003-04

Harvard Univ.

NCAA

21

1

4

5

18

 

-

-

-

-

-

2004-05

Harvard Univ.

NCAA

34

7

12

19

44

 

-

-

-

-

-

2005-06

Harvard Univ.

NCAA

33

4

15

19

36

 

-

-

-

-

-

2006-07

Harvard Univ.

NCAA

33

9

9

18

26

 

-

-

-

-

-

 

Hartford

AHL

10

0

4

4

12

 

2

0

0

0

2

2007-08

San Antonio

AHL

59

1

6

7

49

3

3

1

1

2

4

2008-09

San Antonio

AHL

75

1

27

28

64

 

-

-

-

-

-




Posting (3/2/10 - 2:30 p.m.)
- The Bridgeport Sound Tigers have sent defenseman Brett Westgarth to the Worcester Sharks in exchange for future considerations. 

Westgarth played last season with the Sharks where he scored nine points (2 goals and 7 assists) while totaling 137 penalty minutes.  The year prior, Westgarth skated for the Iowa Stars, playing in 37 games and totaling five points (two goals and three assists).  The 6’2, 215 pound defenseman, a native of Amhertsburg, ON, is a Princeton University graduate who skated for the Tigers from 2002-2007 where he compiled four goals and 20 assists for 24 points.

Posting (3/2/10 - 12:45) -
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers have acquired Mike Radja from the Syracuse Crunch.

Radja was in his first season with Syracuse and had seven goals and seven assists for 14 points in 31 games.  After skating in the Islanders’ rookie camp over the summer, Radja signed with TPS Turku in the Finnish Elite League and scored nine points (six goals and three assists) in 25 games.  After graduating from the University of New Hampshire, Radja played in two games for the Crunch, scoring three assists in only two games.  The following season, he skated for the Rockford IceHogs (AHL affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks), where he scored 11 goals and 12 assists for 23 points in 57 games. 

Posting (3/1/10 - 6 p.m.) -
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers have acquired defenseman Dylan Reese from the Syracuse Crunch, in exchange for center Greg Moore.  Reese will join the Sound Tigers on Tuesday as they take on the Hershey Bears at 7 p.m., pending physicals.

Reese, a graduate of Harvard University, has played in 51 games this season for the Crunch and scored four goals and 18 assists for 22 points.  He has a +12 rating and 31 penalty minutes this season.  A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Reese played the last two seasons with the San Antonio Rampage, totaling 35 points (two goals and 33 assists) in 134 games.  He was drafted by the New York Rangers in the seventh round (209th overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.  The 25-year-old Reese played in 10 games for the Hartford Wolf Pack in the 2006-07, accumulating four assists, after completing his final season at Harvard.

Moore, a 25-year-old center from Lisbon, ME, was in his first season playing for the Sound Tigers. He played in 62 games for the Sound Tigers and totaled 14 goals and 17 assists for 31 points.  

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EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 23 16 6 1 61 57 33
2 PIT 20 14 4 2 72 46 30
3 NYI 21 15 6 0 69 57 30
4 TBL 22 14 6 2 77 60 30
5 DET 21 11 5 5 59 52 27
6 BOS 23 13 9 1 59 57 27
7 TOR 21 11 8 2 67 63 24
8 OTT 21 10 7 4 58 56 24
9 NYR 20 9 7 4 57 58 22
10 WSH 20 9 8 3 56 54 21
11 NJD 22 9 10 3 53 63 21
12 FLA 19 7 6 6 41 51 20
13 PHI 20 8 9 3 57 61 19
14 CAR 20 6 11 3 48 62 15
15 CBJ 21 6 13 2 51 76 14
16 BUF 21 6 13 2 36 70 14

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Tavares 21 8 12 -4 20
B. Nelson 21 10 9 5 19
K. Okposo 21 5 14 -1 19
R. Strome 21 4 11 9 15
J. Boychuk 20 2 11 7 13
F. Nielsen 21 5 7 5 12
N. Kulemin 21 4 7 0 11
N. Leddy 21 5 4 8 9
M. Grabovski 18 4 5 5 9
J. Bailey 13 3 4 5 7
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
J. Halak 10 4 0 .922 2.23
C. Johnson 5 2 0 .876 3.33

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