Jordan Pearce (G)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2011-12: Appeared in 19 games with Grand Rapids, posting a 3-8-1 record with a 3.68 goals against average, a 0.871 save percentage and one shutoutâ€¦Registered a 29-save shutout in an 8-0 win on 11/11/11 at Hamiltonâ€¦Suffered an ankle injury, 12/30/11 vs. Peoria, after making 27 saves on 29 shotsâ€¦Made a season-high 32 saves in his next start, 2/4/12 vs. Hamiltonâ€¦Saw action in two games with ECHL Toledo, going 1-1 with a 4.05 goals against average and a 0.879 save percentageâ€¦Recalled by Detroit on two occasions but did not appear in game action.
2010-11: Served as a â€œblack aceâ€ with Detroit during round one of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffsâ€¦Led all Griffins goalies with 44 games playedâ€¦Led Grand Rapids in wins (20), saves (1,282) and save percentage (0.908)â€¦Won his season debut with 37 saves in a 4-3 shootout win, 11/7/10 at Lake Erieâ€¦Won behind a season-high 42 saves, 1/13/11 at San Antonioâ€¦Set a career high with four straight victories, 2/27/11-3/8/11â€¦Recorded his first AHL shutout with 36 saves, 3/8/11 at Peoriaâ€¦Appeared in each of the Griffinsâ€™ final 26 games as well as 33 of the last 34â€¦Earned points in 15 of 18 decisions between 2/12/11-3/20/11 to fuel the Griffinsâ€™ late-season playoff pushâ€¦Became the Griffinsâ€™ first rookie goaltender to start four games in five nights (2/16/11-2/20-11) and the first goaltender since Jimmy Howard to start three games in three nights (2/18/11-2/20/11) or four games in five nightsâ€¦Began the season with ECHL Toledo but saw action in only eight games, posting a 3-4-1 recordâ€¦Notched a 36-save shutout in his first game of the season, 10/15/10 at Wheelingâ€¦Steered aside 46 shots, 12/11/10 at Kalamazoo.
2009-10: Posted a 1-2-0 record with a 3.82 GAA in five games with Grand Rapidsâ€¦Spent the majority of his rookie season with Toledo, earning a 15-18-0 record with two shutouts, a 3.63 GAA and a 0.891 save percentage in a team-high 37 gamesâ€¦Was perfect through five shootouts with the Walleye, tying for the ECHL lead in shootout winning percentageâ€¦Went 1-3 with a 3.88 GAA in four playoff games with Toledo.
2008-09: Made his AHL debut in the Griffinsâ€™ final regular season game, stopping 33 of 38 shots in a 5-2 loss, 4/11/09 at Peoriaâ€¦Appeared in 39 games with Notre Dame, leading the NCAA in wins (30) and shutouts (8) while ranking among the leaders with a 1.68 GAA (2nd), a 0.931 save percentage (T4th), 2,326:20 minutes played (6th) and a 0.808 winning percentage (2nd)â€¦Placed among the CCHAâ€™s leaders in GAA (2nd), save percentage (2nd) and winning percentage (1st)â€¦Set Notre Dame single-season records for wins, shutouts and save percentage (tied), helping him close out his college career with a school-record 59 victories and 12 shutouts (tied)â€¦Chosen as the Fighting Irishâ€™s Most Valuable Player for the second straight campaignâ€¦Selected as a Hobey Baker Award candidate and CCHA Player of the Year finalist, in addition to earning All-CCHA honorable mentionâ€¦Received CCHA Goaltender of the Week honors four times throughout the season (11/10/08, 12/15/08, 1/12/09, 3/2/09)â€¦Named the CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year after being named to the Scholar-Athlete Team for the second year in a row, earning a 3.816 grade-point average while double-majoring in pre-med and anthropologyâ€¦Registered a 20-game unbeaten streak (10/31/08-1/17/09), going 17-0-3 with three shutouts, a 1.36 GAA and a 0.944 save percentageâ€¦Posted a 4-0 mark with two shutouts, a 0.75 GAA and a 0.973 save percentage as Notre Dame followed up its CCHA regular season title with a playoff championship.
2007-08: Posted a 23-15-4 record with two shutouts, a 2.04 GAA and a 0.914 save percentage through 43 games to lead the Fighting Irish to the NCAA championship game, where they fell to Boston College, 4-1â€¦Ranked among the NCAAâ€™s goaltending leaders in wins (T8th), GAA (8th) and minutes played (2,558:00, 2nd), while his games played (1st), wins (4th), GAA (3rd), minutes played (1st), save percentage (7th) and winning percentage (0.595, 4th) placed him among the CCHAâ€™s top netminders.
2006-07: Appeared in three games for the Fighting Irish, earning a 2-1-0 record with a 2.01 GAA and one shutout.
2005-06: Played nine games during his freshman year at Notre Dame, going 4-4-0 with a 3.25 GAA and one shutout.
2004-05: Logged 38 games for the Lincoln Stars, ranking among the USHLâ€™s goaltending leaders with 22 wins (5th), 2227:13 minutes played (6th), a 3.07 GAA (T12th), 988 saves (9th) and a 0.897 save percentage (15th)â€¦Played for Team USHL in the USHL All-Star game.