Curtis McElhinney ()
Recipient of Falcons’ Ross Lowe Memorial Most Valuable Player award...Set record for highest save percentage in one season by a Falcons goaltender of .923...Named to AHL Second All-Star Team...Earned 100th AHL victory, 3/23 at Bridgeport...Set record for most shutouts in a Falcons career of nine, 3/20 vs. Manchester...Set record for most shutouts in a season in the 70-year history of AHL hockey in Springfield, 3/20 vs. Manchester...Tied Marcel Paille for the most shutouts in a season in the 70-year history of AHL hockey in Springfield, 3/3 vs. Worcester...Tied Manny Legace for most shutouts in a Falcons career of eight, 3/3 vs. Worcester...Added to Falcons record with eighth shutout of season, 3/3 vs. Worcester...28-save shutout, 2/10 vs. Portland...Added to Falcons record with seventh shutout in season, 2/10 vs. Portland...2013 AHL All-Star Classic selection...Set career high with 47 saves, 1/6 at Providence...Set Falcons record for most shutouts in a season with six, 12/22 at Hershey...19-save shutout, 12/22 at Hershey...Four-game winning streak, 11/30 - 12/8...Tied Manny Legace for most shutouts by a Falcons goaltender in a season with five, 12/2 at Connecticut...34-save shutout, 12/2 at Connecticut...Three-game winning streak, 11/4-11/11...Named CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Nov.11...35-save shutout, 11/11 vs. CT...20-save shutout, 11/9 vs. CT...Named CCM/AHL Goaltender of the Month for October..tied for AHL leader in October with five wins and two shutouts, was fourth with a .949 save percentage and fifth with 1.51 goals-against average..33-save shutout, 10/26 at PRO..Three-game winning streak, 10/13-10/19..31-save shutout, 10/14 vs Adirondack..Earned first Springfield victory, 10/13 vs. St. John's.
Signed by Columbus to one-year NHL contract 7/1/12
Recorded first NHL shutout with Anaheim, 11/10/10 vs. New York (I)...Recorded first NHL win with Calgary, 4/11/09...Made NHL debut with Calgary, 10/22/07 vs. San Jose...Tied for first in AHL with seven shutouts, was second with a 2.13 goals-against average, third with 35 wins, and 10th with a .917 save percentage...Participant in 2006-2007 AHL All-Star Classic...Named to AHL Second All-Star Team in 2006-2007...Tied for fifth in the AHL with three shutouts, was fifth with a 2.52 goals-against average, and was 10th with a .912 save percentage in 2005-2006...Recorded first professional win and shutout with Omaha, 10/15/05 vs. San Antonio
Posted career record of 62-16-8, with a .912 save percentage, a 2.32 goals-against average, and nine shutouts at Colorado College in 2004-2005...Member of NCAA Frozen Four semifinalist Colorado College in 2005...Named to NCAA West First All-American Team In 2004-2005...Named to NCAA West Second All-American Team...Named to WCHA First All-Star Team in 2002-2003
Calgary, 2002, 6th round, 176th overall