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Nathan Lawson
Nathan Lawson
Number: 52
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 198
Catches: Left
Born: Sep 29, 1983
Birthplace: Calgary, AB, Canada
Played in a career-high 36 AHL games with Bridgeport, posting a 2.52 GAA with a .922 save percentage and a 16-16-3 record...Ranked second on the team in games played and wins...Stopped 19-of-28 shootout attempts (.679), going 2-3 in the shootout...Also saw 46 minutes of playoff action for the Sound Tigers, stopping 30-of-32 shots faced in a "no decision."

Made his AHL debut with Bridgeport, posting a 19-9-2 record with a 216 GAA and a .927 save percentage in 31 appearances...Led the team in wins with 19...Also played in three ECHL games with Utah, earning two wins with a 2.28 GAA.

Saw action in 24 ECHL games with Utah, playing 1,390 minutes, good for second on the team...Led the Grizzlies with a 2.89 GAA and a .906 save percentage...Was the only Grizzlie goalie to earn a shutout during season...Amassed 14 wins with Utah...Also earned three wins, including a shutout, in five games with the Phoenix Roadrunners (ECHL)...Played in 10 playoff games, assisting on two goals.

2006-07: Played and started a career-high 27 games during his junior NCAA season at Alaska-Anchorage, owning a 3.03 goals-against average and a .893 save percentage, while recording a personal-best 10 wins...Season GAA was lowest by a Seawolve goalie since 1999-00, and was the fourth-lowest mark since Alaska-Anchorage joined the WCHA (seventh-lowest all time)...Season win total was most by an Alaska-Anchorage net-minder since 1998-99 (Gregg Naumenko, 11)...Played a career-high 1523:50 minutes...Earned WCHA Defensive Player of the Week honors.

2005-06: Posted a team-best .908 save percentage, 3.44 GAA and a 4-11-3 record as a sophomore at Alaska-Anchorage...Recorded a career-high 51 saves at Michigan Tech on Jan. 21...Posted nine games of 30 or more saves, including two of over 40...Earned two WCHA Defensive Player of the Week honors (Dec. 12 and Jan. 23)...Became the first net-minder in school history to record back-to-back seasons with a .900 save percentage or higher.

2004-05: Voted team MVP and Rookie of the Year by teammates as a freshman at the University of Alaska-Anchorage...Recorded 30 or more saves in 18 games and posted 40 or more saves in seven games...Named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team...Posted the second-best single-season save totals in Alaska-Anchorage history, recording 867 saves...Registered the third-best single-season save percentage in team history (.914), which ranked eighth-best among WCHA goalies...Was a four-time WCHA Player of the Week award winner...Earned three Rookie of the Week nods and one Defensive Player of the Week accolade.




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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