Anton Khudobin (G)
San Diego Gulls
CAREER: 2010-11: Split the season between Houston and Providence… Posted a 19-12-1 record in 34 regular season appearances with the Aeros, 2.58 GAA and .911 save percentage… Earned two recalls by Minnesota (NHL) and saw action in four games for the Wild, posting a 2-1-0 record…Recorded a seven game unbeaten streak from November 21 to December 10 (6-0-0, 18 GA, 53 SV)… Earned his first career NHL shutout win against Vancouver (NHL) on January 16 (32 SV, 1st Star)... Traded to Boston (NHL) on February 28 from Minnesota for Jeff Penner and Mikko Lehtonen… Made his debut with Providence on March 4 and recorded a win and 3rd Star honors… Recorded an eight-game unbeaten at home streak from February 25 to March 27 (6-0-0, 13 GA, 170 SV)…. 2009-10: In 40 games with Houston, Khudobin recorded a 14-19-4 record and four shutouts (.907 SV % and 2.71 GAA)… Earned his first recall by Minnesota… Appeared in two games for the Wild, recording two wins (0.86 GAA and .979 SV %)… 2008-09: Split the season between Florida (ECHL) and Houston… In 33 games with Florida, he posted a 18-10-1 record and four shutouts (.907 SV% and 2.71 GAA)…Posted a 3-6-1 record in 10 regular season appearances with the Aeros, 3.04 GAA and .892 save percentage… In 17 playoff games, he went 8-8 with two shutouts (.900 SV % and 2.70 GAA)… 2007-08: Signed an entry-level contract by the Wild… Saw time in 27 games for Texas and recorded three shutouts… Posted a 20-1-4 record, 1.98 GAA and 0.934 save percentage on his way to earning ECHL Goalie of the Year honors… Called up top Houston for two games, going 2-2-1 with a .911 save percentage and 1.99 GAA… 2006-07: Played in 16 games as backup for Russian Super League Champion Metalurg Magnitogorsk with a 2.72 GAA… 2005-06: Drafted by the Saskatoon Blades (WHL)… Posted a 23-13-3 record in 44 games with a 2.90 GAA and .917 save percentage, which was fourth-best in the WHL… Saved 80 of 84 shots in a 3OT playoff loss to Medicine Hat in the Eastern Conference semifinals… Won a silver medal with Russia at the U20 World Junior Championships.