Philipp Grubauer (G)
2014-15: Made 20 saves to pick up his first win of the season, and was named second star on Oct. 18 at SPR…Made 26 saves in a win on Oct. 25 vs. WBS…Recorded a 26-save shutout and was named second star on Oct. 31 at MCH…Stopped 28 shots in a win on Nov. 8 vs. HFD…Made 16 saves in the win on Nov. 16 vs. WBS…Posted a 38-save shutout and was named first star on Nov. 22 vs. WOR…Made 24 saves and was named second star on Nov. 26 vs. WBS…Recorded his third shutout of the season and eighth of his career with 33 saves, and was named first star on Nov. 30 vs. STJ.
2013-14: In just his second start of the season, stopped all 30 shots he faced and was named number three star on Oct. 19 at STJ…Made 35 saves in regulation and overtime, and five of ten in the shootout, to pick up the win on Nov. 9 vs. BRI…Made 35 saves and was named number three star on November 14 at Charlotte…Recalled from Washington on November 30… Appeared in 16 games with the Capitals, posting a record of 6-4-5, a goals-against average of 2.38 and save percentage of .926…Returned to Hershey on January 21…Stopped 29 of 30 shots and picked up his fifth win of the season on January 24 at Syracuse…Posted his second shutout of the season and fourth of his AHL career with 27 saves, and was named number one star on January 26 vs. W-B/Scranton…Made 33 saves in regulation and overtime and stopped four of five shootout attempts, earning number-one star honors in a win on February 14 at Albany…Stopped 34 shots and was named number three star in an overtime loss on March 14 at Syracuse…Made 33 saves and was named number three star in an overtime win on April 5 at Worcester…Posted a 41-save shutout and was named number two star on April 13 vs. Binghamton.
2012-13: Reassigned by Washington from Reading (ECHL) on October 19 and served as backup to Dany Sabourin...Appeared in two games with Reading, registering a 2.56 GAA and .900 save percentage...Made first AHL start on October 21 vs. Binghamton, allowing just two goals over 65 minutes of work and earning third-star honors…Named Warrior Hockey ECHL Goaltender of the Month for November...Named to start in 2013 ECHL All-Star Game...Picked up his first AHL victory with 32 saves in regulation and overtime, and four saves on five shots in the shootout, on January 12 vs. Connecticut...Shared in a team shutout with 23 saves on January 13 vs. Connecticut...Turned aside 26 shots in regulation and overtime and four of five in the shootout to earn the win on January 16 at Worcester...Made 14 saves on 16 shots, helping the ECHL All-Stars to a 7-3 win over the Colorado All-Stars on January 23...Stopped a season-high 35 shots and was named number one star on February 17 at Rochester...Made 40 saves in earning his first AHL shutout, and was named number one star on February 23 vs. Adirondack...Recalled by Washington on February 27 and made NHL debut at Philadelphia the same night, stopping all 14 shots he faced in 25 minutes of relief work... Made first NHL start on March 9 at NY Islanders, making 40 saves... Made 27 saves and was named number three star on March 10 vs. Binghamton...Picked up his second shutout of the season with 27 saves and was named number two star on March 16 vs. Bridgeport...Made 36 saves and was named number two star in earning his 10th win of the season on March 17 vs. Adirondack...Stopped 37 of 39 shots and was named number three star in earning the win on March 30 vs. Providence...Made 22 saves for his 12th victory on April 5 at Syracuse...Stopped 29 shots in the win on April 14 at Portland...Made 20 saves in earning a win on April 19 at Adirondack, and was named number one star...Earned third-star honors with a 23-save victory on April 21 vs. Manchester...Posted his first career AHL postseason victory with 31 saves on April 26 at Providence...Made 54 saves to pick up second-star honors and earn his second playoff victory on April 28 at Providence…2011-12: Posted a record of 23-13-5 in 43 games with South Carolina (ECHL)…Finished third among ECHL goaltenders in goals-against average (2.22), sixth in wins, and seventh in minutes played (2536)…Was named the ECHL Goaltender of the Month for November, after going 6-1-1 in eight appearances...Was named Reebok Hockey/ECHL Rookie of the Month for January, after recording a mark of 7-1-0 with one shutout, a goals-against average of 1.66 and save percentage of .935….2010-11: Fashioned a record of 22-13-3 in 38 appearances with Kingston (OHL), tying for fourth in the league with two shutouts…JUNIOR: Suffered just one regulation loss in 2009-10 with Windsor (OHL), putting up a mark of 13-1-2 with two shutouts in 19 appearances...has a career OHL mark of 52-36-10 in 105 appearances with Belleville, Windsor and Kingston.