Drew MacIntyre won the 200th game of his American Hockey League career on Saturday night, backstopping the Charlotte Checkers to a 3-1 win over the Texas Stars in Cedar Park, Texas.
MacIntyre became the 12th goaltender in the 79-year history of the AHL to amass 200 victories, finishing the night with 34 saves.
Drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in 2001, MacIntyre has compiled a record of 200-127-22 over 11 seasons with Grand Rapids (2004-06), Manitoba (2006-08), Milwaukee (2008-09), Chicago (2009-11), Hamilton (2010-11), Rochester (2011-12), Toronto (2012-14) and Charlotte (2014- ).
MacIntyre owns a 2.45 goals-against average and a .917 save percentage in his 372 regular-season AHL appearances, and has registered 16 shutouts. He was named a Second Team AHL All-Star in 2007-08 and again in 2008-09.
In Calder Cup Playoff action, MacIntyre ranks fifth all-time in wins (42) and games played (76) and tied for second in shutouts (7).
A 31-year-old native of Charlottetown, P.E.I., MacIntyre has appeared in six National Hockey League games with Vancouver, Buffalo and Toronto.