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Alex Auld
Alex Auld
(AL-ehx AWLD)
Number: 35
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 215
Catches: Left
Born: 7 Jan 1981
Birthplace: Cold Lake, AB, Canada
Acquired: Signed with Ottawa as a free agent on July 1, 2008.
Drafted: FLA / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (40th overall)
2010-11: Stopped 30 of the 31 shots he faced and earned his first win in his first start with Montreal on Oct. 29 at N.Y. Islanders … Stopped 20 of the 22 shots he faced and earned his 2nd win with the Canadiens on Dec. 31 at Florida. 2009-10: Stopped 26 of 28 shots in his Rangers debut on March 6 at Washington after being claimed off re-entry waivers from Dallas on Feb. 27 … Posted a record of 6-1-0 in his last seven starts at home with Dallas, registering a 2.51 goals-against average and stopping 181 of 197 shots for a .919 save percentage over the span … Made his 200th career NHL appearance on Jan. 18 vs. Minnesota. 2008-09: Earned a shutout, his first with Ottawa and the sixth of his NHL career on Feb. 16 at Nashville, stopping all 24 shots he faced … Made a season-high 41 saves on 43 shots on Feb. 24 vs. Carolina.
2007-08: Had three shutouts … Played in five shootouts this season (2-3, 5 goals/15 shots) … Played for San Antonio (AHL), Phoenix’s affiliate, from Nov. 20 to his trade to Boston on Dec. 6 - Was 1-1-0 with a 2.53 goals-against-average in two Rampage games … Missed one game (child's birth). 2006-07: Missed final two months of the season because of knee injury … Had a career-high 113:54 shutout sequence from Nov. 25-30 … Made a career high 47 saves while facing a career-high 48 shots before losing 2-1 in a shootout at Toronto (10/9/06). 2005-06: Played in a career-high 67 games with Vancouver … Recorded two four-game winning streaks … Named the team’s Most Valuable Player as voted on by the fans … Recipient of the Molson Cup Three Star Trophy … Recorded his 30th win of the season against Edmonton (3/23/06, 4-3 SO) … Had a career-high 17 consecutive starts streak, (1/24/06 - 3/13/06) … Turned aside 30 shots in his 11th consecutive start for his 26th win at Calgary (2/28/06, 2-1). 2004-05: Played for the Manitoba Moose (AHL) … Set Moose team records with 42 appearances and 25 wins … Returned from injury to stop 40 shots against Milwaukee (11/27/04). 2003-04: Appeared in 40 games for Manitoba, going 18-16-4 with a 2.55 goals-against-average … Played six games for Vancouver, posting a 2-2-2 record with a 2.06 GAA and a .929 save percentage … Established a new Moose record for shutouts in a career with eight … Earned first Stanley Cup playoff victory at Calgary (4/17/04, 5-4 triple OT). 2002-03: Played in seven games with Vancouver, going 3-3-0 with a 1.57 goals-against-average and a .939 save percentage … Established a new Moose team record for the longest scoreless streak by a goaltender by going 158:28 without allowing a goal between Dec. 21 and Jan. 5 … Stopped 14 shots for his first NHL shutout, a 6-0 victory against Washington (3/23/03) … Made Moose history as first-ever goalie to register back-to-back shutouts with 4-0 win over Utah (1/2/03) and a 23-save performance against Bridgeport (12/28/02) … Appeared in one playoff game for the Canucks - Game 5 of the Western Conference Semi-final making four saves on five shots in one period of play. 2001-02: Stopped 36 shots for his first professional (AHL) shutout in a 4-0 win over Chicago (12/27/01) … Was victorious in his NHL debut stopping 21 shots against Dallas (1/23/02, 4-2 win) … Appeared in six games with Columbia of the ECHL … 2000-01: Completed his junior career in North Bay (OHL) by posting a 22-11-5 record with a 2.54 GAA in 40 games. 1999-2000: Went 21-26-6 in 40 games with North Bay … Recorded a 1.93 GAA in six playoff games. 1998-99: Appeared in 37 games for North Bay, going 9-20-1 with a 3.36 GAA. 1997-98: Played in six games for North Bay in his first OHL season.