Petr Mrazek (G)
Grand Rapids Griffins
||Ostrava, Czech Republic
2012-13: Backstopped the Griffins to their first-ever Calder Cup, playing every minute of the team’s postseason run…Led Griffins goaltenders with 42 games played, 23 wins, a 2.33 goals against average and a 0.916 save percentage…Ranked among AHL statistical leaders in minutes (2,497:31, 15th), wins (12th), GAA (11th) and save percentage (T17th)…Enjoyed one of the best rookie seasons in franchise history in wins (2nd), GAA (3rd) and save percentage (T1st)…Went 15-9 with a 2.31 GAA and a 0.916 save percentage in 24 postseason games…Led the AHL in playoff minutes, wins and shutouts…Doubled the Griffins’ all-time postseason shutout total with four during the team’s championship run…Began the season with ECHL Toledo, posting a 2-1 record, a 2.02 GAA and a 0.944 save percentage in three games…Debuted with the Griffins and made 29 saves in a 4-1 win, 11/3/12 at Texas…Set a franchise record by winning his first six starts, 11/3/12-11/23/12…Won 12 of his first 15 appearances overall, 11/3/12-1/4/13…Made a regular season-high 33 saves on 1/23/13 vs. Oklahoma City…Represented the Griffins at the AHL All-Star Classic, earning the win after six saves in 20 minutes…Registered his first professional shutout behind 32 saves, 2/2/13 vs. Abbotsford…Named AHL Player of the Week after posting a 0.50 GAA and a 0.981 save percentage in two games, 2/3/13…Became the second goalie in hockey history to win his NHL, AHL and ECHL debuts in the same season (joining Alex Auld) after winning his first start with Detroit, 2/7/13 at St. Louis…Appeared in two games with the Red Wings, showing a 1-1 record, a 2.02 GAA and a 0.922 save percentage…Won five of six starts, 2/24/13-3/13/13…Posted back-to-back shutouts in the postseason, 5/4/13 vs. Houston and 5/10/13 at Toronto…Blanked Oklahoma City on back-to-back nights, making a career high 40 saves on 6/1/13 and stopping 37 on 6/2/13…Stopped 35 or more shuts on three occasions in the Western Conference Finals…Won four straight games from 6/5/13-6/12/13 to help the Griffins advance to the Calder Cup Finals and take a 3-0 series lead at Syracuse…Made 24 saves as the Griffins captured the Calder Cup, 6/18/13 at Syracuse.
2011-12: Appeared in 50 games with the Ottawa 67’s and posted a 30-13-6 record, a 2.84 goals against average, a 0.917 save percentage and three shutouts…Ranked among the OHL’s goaltending leaders in wins (4th), GAA (9th), save percentage (8th), shutouts (T6th) and saves (1,577, 6th)…Paced the OHL with a 5-2 shootout record, stopping 31 of 39 attempts…Led Ottawa to the Eastern Conference Final, posting a 9-8 record with a 2.59 GAA and a 0.926 save percentage…Made more than 30 saves in 11 of his 17 postseason appearances, including a pair of 44-save wins and a 49-save overtime loss, 4/20/12 at Niagara…Starred for the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, earning a spot on the tournament’s All-Star Team, winning the IIHF Directorate Top Goaltender award and being named a top-three player on his team…Made 52 saves in a 5-2 win to help his country upset the United States, 12/30/11…Stopped 43 shots, 1/2/12 vs. Russia, nearly leading the Czechs into the medal round in a 2-1 overtime loss…Led his country with a 29-save effort against Slovakia in a 5-2 win to capture fifth place…Ranked fourth in the tournament with a 0.927 save percentage alongside a 2.49 GAA in six games…Debuted with the men’s national team at the World Championship in Finland and Sweden, allowing no goals in 9:12 of game action.
2010-11: Led all OHL goaltenders with a 0.920 save percentage and ranked near the top of the league with 33 wins (3rd), a 2.84 goals against average (5th), four shutouts (T2nd), 1,684 saves (2nd), four shootout wins (T2nd) and a 0.824 shootout percentage (3rd)…Led Ottawa to an East Division championship with a 33-15-3 record…Named to the OHL Third All-Star Team…Rattled off eight straight wins, 11/12/10-12/3/10, and lost just once in regulation from 11/12/10-1/9/11, going 15-1-1-1…Joined Grand Rapids on a tryout after his season ended but did not see game action.
2009-10: Topped all OHL rookies with a 3.00 goals against average, a 0.905 save percentage and three shutouts in 30 games with the Ottawa 67’s…Won the league’s F.W. “Dinty” Moore Trophy for the top rookie GAA and earned a spot on the OHL Second All-Rookie Team…Sported a 12-9-1 record…Took over the team’s starting role in the postseason, logging a 4-4 record with a 2.39 GAA and a 0.928 save percentage in eight contests.
2008-09: Split the season between the under-18 and under-20 level with HC Vitkovice and earned league championships at each level…Led the Czech under-18 league in both goals against average (1.99) and save percentage (0.946) while posting five shutouts…Posted even better numbers in four postseason games with a 0.93 GAA, a 0.972 save percentage and two shutouts…Sported a 2.49 GAA with a 0.924 save percentage with the under-20 team.
2007-08: Posted the best save percentage in the Czech under-18 circuit (0.932) alongside his 2.46 goals against average in 34 games with HC Vitkovice…Made his professional debut when he briefly appeared in a relegation contest with HC Vitkovice’s senior club.
2006-07: Logged 23 games for HC Vitkovice’s under-18 squad, posting a 2.40 goals against average, a 0.923 save percentage and two shutouts…Appeared in nine playoff games with a 1.85 GAA and a 0.942 save percentage.