Mike McKenna (G)
||St. Louis, MO
CAREER: 2009-10: Set program record for goals-against average (2.47) and save percentage (.921) … played in 50 games, earning 24 wins … made 27 saves in a 5-0 win vs. Manchester on Feb. 19 for third shutout of season …stopped 35-of-37 shots at Hartford on Jan. 29 …undefeated in regulation through seven starts (Jan. 3 – Jan. 29, 5-0-1)…notched third straight win with 29 saves at Portland on Jan. 12 …registered 47 saves and an AHL season best 25 in the third period in a 3-2 win at Binghamton on Jan. 9 …recorded second shutout in a row at home with 40 saves vs. Bridgeport on Oct. 20 …Stopped 38 shots for the second consecutive game at Providence on Oct. 16 …made 38 saves in Devils debut for 4-0 shutout over Portland on Oct. 11 … 2008-09: Stopped 33 of 34 shots with Tampa Bay (NHL) vs. Columbus on Mar. 24 …became first Lightning goalie to record shutout in 2nd NHL start with 28 saves vs. NY Islanders on Feb. 7…made his first NHL start with Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh on Feb. 4…made NHL debut in relief with Tampa Bay at NY Islanders on Feb. 3, stopping all 11 shots he faced…signed to a one-year NHL contract with Tampa Bay on Feb. 3, and joined the Lightning…had a five-game unbeaten streak (4-0-1, 2.36 GAA, .929 SV%) from Jan. 9 – Jan. 30…set an AHL career high for saves by stopping 43 of 44 shots vs. Albany on Jan. 30 … registered his first shutout with the Admirals with 24 saves vs. Albany on Dec. 19… 2007-08: Led Portland and tied for 10th in the AHL in wins in 2007-08, his first full-time AHL season…set AHL career highs in games, wins, shutouts, GAA and save percentage (.908)…recorded an assist for his first career AHL point with Portland vs. Albany on Jan. 11…earned his first career AHL shutout with 16 saves vs. Lowell on Dec. 31 …compiled an AHL career-best six-game winning streak from Dec. 1, 2007 – Jan. 4, 2008 … 2006-07: Posted ECHL career highs in wins, shutouts & save percentage (.927) with Las Vegas…named 2006-07 All-ECHL second team…finished second in 2006-07 ECHL Goalie of the Year and MVP voting…selected to represent Las Vegas in the 2007 ECHL All-Star Game…won 11 straight games from Mar. 13 – Apr. 23…had an AHL call-up to Milwaukee in Dec. (1 GPI) and four AHL call-ups to Omaha between Jan. and Feb.…2005-06: Named to the 2005-06 All-ECHL Second Team…named to 2005-06 ECHL National Conference All-Star team…named RBK Hockey ECHL Goalie of the Week three times …won pro/ECHL playoff debut with Las Vegas at Idaho on Apr. 14, 2006…recorded his first AHL win in his AHL debut with Norfolk at Philadelphia on Jan. 22, making 39 saves and stopping four of five shootout attempts…earned his first AHL call-up on Jan. 22 with Norfolk and stayed with the Admirals until Mar. 5…named the CCM Vector ECHL Rookie of the Month for Dec.…won nine games in a row from Nov. 12 – Dec. 27 with Las Vegas (ECHL)…recorded his first pro/ECHL shutout with Las Vegas at Phoenix on Dec. 2 …recorded his first pro/ECHL win with a shootout win with Las Vegas over Bakersfield on Nov. 12 …made his pro/ECHL debut with Las Vegas at Bakersfield on Nov. 5 …
OTHER: Played four seasons at St. Lawrence University, appearing in 95 games…career record holder at St. Lawrence University’s for appearances (95), minutes (5,236) and ties (8).