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Dwayne Roloson
Dwayne Roloson
Number: 30
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 170
Catches: Left
Born: Oct 12, 1969
Birthplace: Simcoe, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed by NYI as free agent July 2009
LAST SEASON: Led the Islanders in wins (23), saves (1,410) and save percentage (.907)...Played in his 500th career NHL game on Feb. 14 vs. Ottawa...Faced 61 shots and made 58 saves in Toronto to earn First Star honors on Nov. 23 in a 4-3 OT Win...Won four straight games twice, from Oct. 28 – Nov. 7 and Jan. 2 – 12...Stopped 16 shots to post his only shutout of the season against the Detroit Red Wings on Jan. 12...Ranked second in the NHL among goalies in PIM (14)...Played his 27,400th minute in the final game of the regular season on Apr. 11 vs. Pittsburgh...Played in his longest span of games (5) from Dec. 9 at Toronto – Dec. 12 vs. NY Rangers...Led the team in star nominations, finishing as the First Star of the Game nine times, second star five times and the third star three times for a total of 17 selections...Recorded his first win as an Islander on Oct. 21 vs. Carolina (4-3 SO Win), which was also the team’s first victory of the season.

  Posted a 28-24-9 record with a 2.77 GAA (166 GA, 3596:51 MIN) and a .915 save pct. (1953 SHA-1787 SVS) in 63 games with Edmonton...Appeared in his 60th game of the season vs MIN (Mar. 31) to become the oldest goaltender in NHL history (39 years, 170 days) to play 60-or-more games in a season...Made 43 saves in a 5-3 win over Vancouver on Apr. 4 for his 28th win of the season. The 28 wins were a new single-season career-high...Made a season-high 51 saves in a 5-3 win against Anaheim on Mar. 27 to earn his 27th win of the season and 77th career Oilers victory. With his 77th win, he moved past Curtis Joseph into sole possession of 6th place on the Oilers career victory list...Started 36 straight games (Jan. 18-Apr. 7), to establish a new Oilers record for most consecutive starts. The previous Edmonton record of 20 consecutive starts was shared by Grant Fuhr & Bill Ranford. The streak ended in Calgary on Apr. 10.

2007-08: Posted a 15-17-5 record with a 3.05 GAA (119 GA, 2340 MIN) and a .901 save pct. (1085 SVS, 12034 SHA) in 43 games with Edmonton...Made 37 starts and six relief appearances...Was 5-4 in overtime with all nine games going to a shootout...Stopped 27-of-37 shootout shots (.730)...Faced a season-high 49 shots against and made a season-high 48 saves in a 2-1 SO win at San Jose on Mar. 16...His season-high three-game winning streak saw him go 3-0-0 from Mar. 15-18 with a 2.27 GAA and a .943 save pct...Played in his 100th career Oilers game at Colorado on Nov. 7...Stopped both penalty shots faced during the season,  turning aside Jarome Iginla at 14:13 of the first period in a 3-1 win vs. Calgary on Oct. 5 and Rick Nash at 14:04 of the first period in a 3-1 win vs. Columbus on Nov. 26.

Posted a 27-34-6 record with a 2.75 GAA, .909 save pct. and four shutouts in 68 games with Edmonton...Ranked among the NHL's leaders in games (6th), minutes (7th), shutouts (15th) and wins (17th)…Established career-highs in games, minutes, wins and losses...His 68 games ranks 8th on the Oilers all-time single season list for goaltenders...Registered his 100th career NHL win in a 4-3 decision at Colorado on Oct. 14...The 27 wins surpassed his previous high of 23, set with Minnesota in 2002-03...Registered four shutouts: vs. Washington (Oct. 28, 4-0, 19 saves), Vancouver (Dec. 4, 4-0, 36 saves), Dallas (Dec. 8, 2-0, 22 saves) and Columbus (Feb. 22, 4-0, 28 saves)...Finished second among NHL goaltenders with three assists, one behind Marty Turco of Dallas...Posted back-to-back shutouts at Dallas (Dec. 8, 22 saves) & Vancouver (Dec. 4, 36 saves)...Had a career-high six-game winning streak (6-0-0) from Nov. 10-24.

Appeared in 43 games for Edmonton and Minnesota, compiling a 14-24-5 record with a 2.73 GAA, .908 save pct. and two shutouts...Began the season with Minnesota and had a record of 6-17-1 in 24 appearances with a 3.00 GAA...Acquired by the Oilers on Mar. 7 in a trade with Minnesota...Appeared in 19 games with the Oilers and was 8-7-4 with one shutout, a 2.42 GAA and .905 save pct...Played in 19 consecutive complete games (Mar. 9-Apr. 13), falling one short of the Oilers record shared by Grant Fuhr (Dec. 22/87 to Feb. 3/88) and Bill Ranford (Oct. 6-Nov. 23/90)...Made 20 saves to register his first Oilers shutout in a 4-0 win vs. Los Angeles on Mar. 30.

Was 20-10-4 with four shutouts and a 2.05 GAA for Lukko Aauma of the SM-Liiga in Finland...Added two more shutouts in 9 playoff games with a 4-5 record and a 2.11 GAA. 

Registered a career-best and franchise record in GAA (1.88) and save pct. (.933) with Minnesota and tied his career best with 5 shutouts...Was 19-18-11 in 48 games...Recorded the league’s best save percentage to earn the MBNA/Mastercard Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award...Was 2nd in the NHL with a 1.88 GAA...Made his first NHL All-Star Game appearance...Named Minnesota’s first recipient of the NHL Defensive Player of the Week Award on Dec. 21.

2002-03: Posted 23 wins in 50 games with Minnesota...Ranked 2nd in the NHL with a .927 save pct. and 3rd in GAA at 2.00.

Made 45 appearances in his first season with the Wild, posting a 14-20-7 record and a 2.85 GAA...Made a career-high 53 saves in a 5-3 win at Boston on Nov. 8...Made 36 saves to earn a 0-0 shutout in his Minnesota debut in the season opener at San Jose on Oct. 6. 

Backstopped the Worcester IceCats to an AHL regular season title...Named to the AHL First All-Star Team and won the Aldege “Baz” Bastien Memorial Award as the AHL's most outstanding goaltender...Had a 32-15-5 record with a 2.17 GAA and .929 save pct...Led AHL goaltenders in GAA, save pct., wins, shutouts (6) and minutes played (3127).

Appeared in 14 games during his fourth NHL season and his second with Buffalo and went 1-7-3 with a 2.84 GAA...Played in his 100th career NHL game at Toronto on Jan. 3.

Was 6-8-2 with a 2.77 GAA in 18 games with Buffalo...Recorded his 2nd career shutout with 15 saves vs. Vancouver on Feb. 28. 

Finished his 2nd NHL season with Calgary with a 2.99 GAA & a 11-16-8 record…had four assists in 39 games for the Flames

Made his NHL debut with Calgary…Was 9-14-3 with a 2.89 GAA and a shutout in 31 games...Earned a 3-3 OT tie at Dallas (Nov. 13) in his first career game...Made 22 saves to record his first NHL shutout vs. Los Angeles on Nov. 28.

Went 33-22-11 with a 2.83 GAA in 67 games for Saint John (AHL)…Was 10-6 in 16 playoff games.

Signed as a free agent by Calgary and spent his first pro season with Saint John (AHL)…Was 16-21-8 with a 3.42 GAA in 46 games during his pro debut…Went 1-4 with a 2.61 GAA in five playoff games. 

2006: Backstopped the Oilers to their 1st Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1990...Was 12-5 with a 2.33 GAA, .927 save pct. and a shutout in 18 games...Ranked among playoff leaders in games (2nd), wins (2nd), save pct. (2nd), shutouts (3rd) and GAA (5th)...His 12 wins were the 5th most in Oilers playoff history and were the most by an Edmonton goaltender since Bill Ranford won 16 games in 1990...Earned his 1st Oilers playoff win and set a new team record for most saves in one game with 54, surpassing the previous mark of 53 held by Tommy Salo...Registered his first playoff shutout with Edmonton with 24 saves in Game 6 of the CSF vs. San Jose on May 17...Had a seven-game winning streak from May 10-23…Suffered a sprained right knee at the 14:06 mark of the 3rd period in Game 1 of the SCF at Carolina and was out of the lineup for the remainder of the post-season.

Earned the first playoff win in Minnesota history on Apr. 10 at Colorado.

2001: Was 6-5 with a 1.98 GAA and a shutout in 11 Calder Cup Playoff games with Worcester (AHL). 

Made his Stanley Cup playoff debut with Buffalo, going 1-1 with a 4.32 GAA in four games…Made 28 saves in his first ever post-season start in Game 1 of CF at Toronto on May 23.

Played four seasons with the University of Massachusetts-Lowell (1990-94)...Had a career record of 51-44-9 in 106 games and registered consecutive 20-win seasons during his junior and senior years...Nmed the Hockey East Player of the Year and was selected to the NCAA East First All-American Team and Hockey East First All-Star Team in his senior year, as he recorded an NCAA leading 2.76 GAA.


2007: Helped Canada win a Gold Medal at the World Championship in Moscow...Was 4-0-0 with a 2.50 GAA and a .911 save pct. in four starts.




J. Tavares 78 33 37 6 70
K. Okposo 79 22 42 -4 64
F. Nielsen 81 20 32 1 52
B. Nelson 81 26 14 -3 40
N. Leddy 81 5 35 -9 40
A. Lee 80 15 21 -2 36
J. Bailey 81 12 20 -7 32
C. Cizikas 80 8 21 4 29
R. Strome 71 8 20 -9 28
M. Grabovski 58 9 16 3 25
T. Greiss 23 11 4 .925 2.36
J. Halak 18 13 4 .919 2.30
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