Adam Berkhoel (G)
||St. Paul, MN
2007-08: Made a season-high 34 saves in a 5-3 win against Peoria on October 27...Made 18 saves in a 1-0 shutout against Manitoba on February 23
2006-07: Led ECHL Dayton to the North Division title and a berth in the Kelly Cup Finalsâ€¦Paced the Bombers with 43 games played, 23 wins and a career-high five shutouts, tying for second on the circuitâ€¦Placed third in the league with a 2.44 GAAâ€¦Including his stint with AHL Rochester, he established personal pro bests with 49 games played and 25 winsâ€¦In the playoffs, he led the ECHL with 627 saves and tied for first with 22 games played, 1,388 minutes played and three shutoutsâ€¦His 12 postseason wins ranked second and his 2.55 GAA stood ninth.
2005-06: Helped Gwinnett win the ECHLâ€™s South Divisionâ€¦Set personal AHL highs with 11 games played and three wins for Chicagoâ€¦Made his NHL debut with Atlanta, 10/15/05 at the NY Rangers, finishing with 24 saves in a 5-1 lossâ€¦Registered 32 saves en route to his first NHL win (4-3), 10/22/05 vs. New Jersey.
2004-05: Notched a team-best 2.43 GAA with ECHL Gwinnett during his professional debutâ€¦Allowed three or fewer goals in 22 of 24 appearances and made 30 or more saves on seven occasionsâ€¦During the playoffs, ranked first among ECHL goaltenders with a 1.53 GAA and fourth with a 0.938 save percentageâ€¦Made his AHL debut with Chicago by stopping 28 in a 4-3 loss, 11/19/04 at Cincinnati.
2003-04: Led Denver to its first NCAA championship since 1969, beating Maine and current Griffins creasemate Jimmy Howard 1-0 in the title game at Bostonâ€™s FleetCenter, 4/10/04â€¦Made 24 saves to post the first 1-0 shutout in Frozen Four championship game historyâ€¦Named tournament MVP and selected to the All-Tournament Teamâ€¦Paced the Pioneers, set his collegiate highs and ranked among the WCHAâ€™s leaders with seven shutouts (1st), 24 wins (2nd), 39 games played (3rd) and 2,225 minutes played (3rd)â€¦His 2.45 GAA placed fifth in the WCHA among goalies with at least nine games playedâ€¦Finished among the NCAAâ€™s leaders in shutouts (T1st) and wins (3rd)â€¦Selected as the Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week three times (10/6/04, 12/1/04, 3/8/04).
2002-03: Led the WCHA with a 2.30 GAA and paced the Pioneers with 12 wins, 542 saves, 26 games played, 24 starts and three shutouts (tied)â€¦His GAA ranked seventh in the NCAA, while his games played (5th), wins (T5th) and shutouts (T3rd) ranked among the WCHAâ€™s bestâ€¦Named WCHA Co-Defensive Player of the Week, 1/1/03.
2001-02: Helped Denver win the WCHAâ€™s regular season and playoff titlesâ€¦His 2.34 GAA ranked second on the team and fourth in the leagueâ€¦Also placed second on the Pioneers and fifth in the WCHA with 12 wins.
2000-01: Won eight of his final nine appearances for Denver.
1999-00: Named to the USHLâ€™s All-Rookie Team and Second All-Star Teamâ€¦Led Twin Cities to the USA Junior A national championshipâ€¦Ranked among the USHLâ€™s leaders with 1,544 saves (2nd), a 0.923 save percentage (3rd), five shutouts (T3rd), 25 wins (T4th), 49 games played (5th) and 2,847 minutes played (5th).