Dan Cloutier (G)
2006-07 Season: Appeared in 24 games with the Los Angeles Kings last season…Collected a record of 6-14-2, a 3.98 goals-against-average and a .860 save-percentage…Posted his first Kings win with 23 saves versus the New York Islanders on October 10, 2006…Made his Kings debut at Anaheim on October 6, 2006, and earned his fifth career assist in the game…Missed 44 games with a hip injury (that required surgery) and two games with a shoulder injury.
Career Highlights: Played five seasons (2000-06) with the Vancouver Canucks…Became the first goaltender in Vancouver to registered three 30-win seasons in a row from 2001-04…Registered his 100th career NHL win at Ottawa (3-2 win in overtime) with Vancouver on November 27, 2003…Played in his 200th career NHL game at Colorado with the Canucks on November 4, 2002…Named NHL player of the Month for November of 2002 when he went 11-1-0 with a 2.15 goals-against-average and a .920 save-percentage…Named NHL player of the week twice, February 17, 2003 and March 18, 2002…Collected a record of 137-138-33 and a goals-against-average of 2.75 in 342 career NHL games with the Kings, Canucks, Lightning and New York Rangers.
Transactions: Selected by the New York Rangers in the first-round (26 overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft…Signed with the Rangers in 1996…Traded by New York to the Tampa Bay Lightning with Niklas Sundstrom and Nikita Alexeev for Pavel Brendl on June 26, 1999…Traded by the Lightning to the Vancouver Canucks for Adrian Aucoin and a second-round selection (Alexander Polushin) in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft on February 7, 2001…Re-signed as a restricted free agent with Vancouver on July 18, 2001 and again on July 27, 2004…Re-signed as a restricted free agent to a multiyear contract with Vancouver on August 18, 2005…Traded by Vancouver to Los Angeles in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft and a conditional selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft on July 5, 2006.
International: Won the gold medal as a member of Team Canada at the 1995 World Junior Championships…He played in three games and registered a 3-0-0 record and a 2.67 goals-against-average.