He did not make it through the wire as Las Vegas Golden Knights stepped in and claimed him to be their NHL back-up.
The 6’2″ 200 lbs. net minder has been unlucky in a pair of starts in the big league, but has pretty stellar marks in the minors with Providence Bruins posting a 2.40 GAA and .918 SV% in 127 AHL games and even better come playoff time.
He has yet to appear in a game with his new club but odds are the 23-year old, who signed a new two-year deal, will have better results.
His mask from a few years ago had psalm 23:4 written on its back panel.
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The name on the back of the jersey is one Boston Bruins‘ fans have learned to hate over the last couple of seasons, as his brother PK is always in the crosshairs of the black & gold, while wearing his Canadiens‘ bleu blanc rouge.
His 2011/2012 season was pretty impressive. The 6′ 178 lbs. netminder played in a career high 39 games with a record of 25-14 and a 2.50 GAA and .923 SV%.
He looks to have the same competitiveness as his brother has but maybe is a little more grounded.
That could just be related to the position on ice he plays.
Projected to make the majors; could very well be a key selection.