Dan Cloutier (G)
2006-07 Season: Appeared in 24 games with the Los Angeles Kings last seasonâ€¦Collected a record of 6-14-2, a 3.98 goals-against-average and a .860 save-percentageâ€¦Posted his first Kings win with 23 saves versus the New York Islanders on October 10, 2006â€¦Made his Kings debut at Anaheim on October 6, 2006, and earned his fifth career assist in the gameâ€¦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 Canucksâ€¦Became the first goaltender in Vancouver to registered three 30-win seasons in a row from 2001-04â€¦Registered his 100th career NHL win at Ottawa (3-2 win in overtime) with Vancouver on November 27, 2003â€¦Played in his 200th career NHL game at Colorado with the Canucks on November 4, 2002â€¦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-percentageâ€¦Named NHL player of the week twice, February 17, 2003 and March 18, 2002â€¦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 Draftâ€¦Signed with the Rangers in 1996â€¦Traded by New York to the Tampa Bay Lightning with Niklas Sundstrom and Nikita Alexeev for Pavel Brendl on June 26, 1999â€¦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, 2001â€¦Re-signed as a restricted free agent with Vancouver on July 18, 2001 and again on July 27, 2004â€¦Re-signed as a restricted free agent to a multiyear contract with Vancouver on August 18, 2005â€¦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 Championshipsâ€¦He played in three games and registered a 3-0-0 record and a 2.67 goals-against-average.