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Ray Emery
Ray Emery
(RAY EH-muhr-ee)
Number: 1
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 196
Catches: Left
Born: 28 Sep 1982
Birthplace: Hamilton, ON, Canada
Drafted: OTT / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (99th overall)
2006-07: Finished tied for sixth in the NHL in shutouts (5), tied for seventh in save percentage (.910) and tied for 13th in goals-against-average (2.47) … Stopped 43 shots in 3-2 win against Detroit (12/12/06), setting franchise record for saves by a goaltender in a regulation win (4/10/93, Peter Sidorkiewicz at NYI) … Had a season high shutout streak of 149:42 snapped by Toronto's Steen scored after 18:54 of play on Dec. 30 … Faced first four career penalty shots, stopping Buffalo's Vanek (2/24/07), while allowing goals to Montreal's Latendresse (2/8/07), Boston's Sturm (1/9/07) and Minnesota's Rolston (11/20/06) … Missed four games to injury and three games to a suspension … Played in all 20 playoff games … Posted a home shutout in each of the first three rounds. 2005-06: Set NHL record for longest winning streak to start a career (9-0-0) … Earned first career NHL assist on Alfredsson's goal at Montreal (10/11/05) … Named NHL defensive player and rookie of the month for March, tying an NHL record for most wins in one month (12) … Appeared in all of Ottawa’s 10 post-season games … Became first rookie netminder to record a playoff series win, 4-1 over Tampa, since Philadelphia's Brian Boucher in 2000. 2004-05: Finished regular season on a career-high seven-game winning streak and named Koho AHL goaltender of the month (4/20/05). 2003-04: Played in Binghamton … Recalled to Ottawa six times, playing in three NHL games … Made 27 saves in 6-1 win over Chicago (12/18/03) to record first NHL home win … Named to mid-season Canadian squad at AHL all-star classic … Winning goaltender for second straight season in AHL all-star classic (22 saves), becoming only second goaltender (Dwayne Roloson) to win two AHL all-star games … Faced Manitoba’s Brandon Reid in first pro career penalty shot, allowing goal in 4-1 loss (3/24/04). 2002-03: Played in Binghamton … Recalled to Ottawa on three occasions (1/3/03, 2/6/03 and 3/16/03) … Made NHL debut in relief stint at Vancouver, allowing no goals on four shots in 9:46 of action (1/8/03) … Picked up first career NHL win in first start, stopping 14 shots in 5-1 win over Atlanta (3/21/03) … Recorded win in pro debut with Binghamton (10/11/02) … Recorded first pro shutout at Norfolk (2-0 win, 27 saves; 11/22/02) … Named to mid-season Canadian squad at AHL all-star classic … Named Binghamton’s most valuable player … Named to AHL’s all-rookie team … Finished season ranked second in AHL in wins (27), tied for first in shutouts (7) and fourth in minutes (2,923) … Recorded first pro playoff shutout in series-clinching 1-0 win at Worcester (29 saves; 4/18/03). 2001-02: Named to OHL’s first all-star team and OHL goaltender of the year … Named OHL player of the week once and OHL goaltender of the month for October … Attended 2001 Senators rookie camp … Invited to Senators main camp before returning to Sault Ste. Marie (9/16/02). 2000-01: Nominated as Sault Ste. Marie’s OHL outstanding regular-season player.