Dany Sabourin (G)
||Val d'Or, QC
2011-12: Made 23 saves to pick up his first win of the season, 10/8/11 at WB/Scranton…Stopped 41 shots to earn the win on 10/14/11 at Norfolk…Recalled from loan by Washington on 10/15/11...returned on loan from Washington on 10/17/11…Recalled from loan by Washington on 10/18/11...returned on loan from Washington on 10/23/11…Posted a 36-save shutout and added an assist on 10/23/11 vs. Syracuse…Stopped 20 shots and added an assist to help earn the win on 12/3/11 vs. Portland…Turned aside 21 shots to pick up his second consecutive victory on 12/9/11 at Connecticut…Picked up his second shutout of the season by turning aside all 32 shots he faced, and picked up number-one star honors on 12/17/11 vs. Bridgeport…Turned aside 38 shots and was named number one star on 12/21/11 vs. Syracuse... earned his fourth consecutive win…Turned in a 28-save performance in picking up the win on 1/7/12 vs. Adirondack…Stopped 37 shots in regulation and overtime, 8 of 12 in the shootout, and was named number two star in earning his 10th win of the season on 1/11/12 at Charlotte…Stopped 29 of 31 shots in regulation and overtime, and 6-of-7 in the shootout, and was named number two star on 2/11/12 vs. Worcester…Picked up the win with 23 saves on 3/4/12 vs. Springfield…Stopped 29 shots in regulation and overtime, and three of four in the shootout, and was named number two star on 3/10/12 at St. John's…Made 31 saves to pick up the win on 3/16/12 vs. Adirondack…Stopped 29 shots in regulation and overtime, and four-of-five in the shootout, and was named number one star in earning the win on 3/17/12 vs. Albany...won his third straight start on home ice…Registered his third win in three nights with 24 saves on 3/18/12 at Albany... also named number three star…Picked up the win with 25 saves on 3/21/12 vs. St. John's…Made 30 saves and was named number one star on 3/24/12 vs. Charlotte…Stopped 35 shots in regulation and overtime and three-of-five shootout chances, and was named number one star on 3/25/12 vs. Charlotte…Made 35 saves in earning his seventh straight win over seven consecutive starts on 3/28/12 at Binghamton…Recalled from loan by Washington on 4/6/12…Returned on loan from Washington on 4/8/12…Stopped 25 shots and was named number three star on 4/8/12 vs. Connecticut…Recalled from loan by Washington on 4/9/12…Returned on loan from Washington on 4/20/12.
2010-11:Made his Hershey debut and made 16 saves in a 3-2 loss to Rochester 10/16/10…Made 37 stops and won his first game in a Hershey uniform 10/29/10 at Syracuse…Stopped 24 shots to earn his first shutout of the season 11/13/10 at Syracuse…Made 25 saves in 5-1 win 11/26/10 at Syracuse…Allowed just two goals in posting 3-2 win at Albany 12/3/10…Made 21 saves in earning 3-2 win at Albany 12/8/10…Made 36 saves in picking up his first win at Giant Center 12/19/10 vs. Charlotte…Allowed just one goal in 6-1 win over Binghamton 12/28/10...Made 25 saves and earned his second shutout of the season 1/14/11 at Adirondack…Stopped 34 shots and picked up win number 11 1/21/11 vs. Albany.
2008-09: Was 6-8-2 with a 2.86 GAA and a .898 save percentage in 19 NHL games, all with PIT before being traded to EDM on 1/17 …Went 4-1-1 to start the season, including consecutive wins 11/8 at NYI and 11/13 vs. PHI ….Allowed two or fewer goals in eight of his 14 completed games …Assigned to Springfield (AHL) where he went 5-6-2 in 13 games with the Falcons …Won three consecutive games from 2/17–2/25, including two overtime wins …Made a season-high 40 saves in a shootout loss at Syracuse on 2/14.
2007-08: Played a career-high 24 games in the NHL with PIT …Set a career high with 10 wins …Recorded his first NHL shutout in 5-0 win vs. NJ (11/5), making 20 saves…Posted a 31-save shutout with a 2-0 win 1/19 at MTL …Went 4-1 in the shootout…Earned first win of the season 10/19 vs. CAR, 4-3 in shootout …Led PIT goalies with four shootout wins, stopping 20 of 26 shots he faced ...Faced a career-high 46 shots on 2/14 at CAR.
2006-07: Claimed off waivers by VAN on 10/4 …Went 2-4-1 with a 2.63 GAA and a .906 save percentage …Earned his first NHL victory on 2/20 at ANA, stopping 38 of 40 shots …Allowed two goals or less in six of his nine games …Had consecutive wins (2/20, 3/8) …Played two playoff games in relief, stopping 10 of 11 shots he faced …Played two games with Manitoba (AHL).
2005-06: Played one game with PIT …Spent most of the season in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL), where he won the Baz Bastien Trophy as the AHL’s top goaltender and was named an AHL First-Team All-Star ...Played in the AHL All-Star Game, stopping nine of the 11 shots he faced …Went 30-14-4 in 49 AHL games, including four shutouts …Led the AHL with a 2.26 GAA and a .922 save percentage...Won his first nine games and didn’t suffer a regulation loss until 12/9 …Went 5-1-1 with a shutout, 1.39 GAA and a .947 save percentage in December ...Played six playoff games, going 2-4 with a shutout, a 2.16 GAA and a .927 save percentage.