For his 5th year pro goaltender Tyler Beskorowany(30) did decide to head overseas joining Dusseldorfer EG of DEL and wound up being the leagues 2014/2015 Goalie Of The Year with 42 starts and a 2.53 GAA and .920 SV%.

He also appeared in 12 playoff games posting a 2.88 GAA and .910 SV%.

For 2015/2016 the still young 25-year old net minder barely wasted any time during the summer before deciding to return to North America after a single season abroad signing an AHL contract with Springfield Falcons.

Unfortunately they had a bit of a logjam with players vying for time between the pipes and he found himself reassigned down to affiliate Norfolk Admirals after a couple rough outings.

He would fare no better through 4 games on a team that has struggled to win early in the campaign.

Recalled to be the backup as Arizona Coyotes‘ prospect parts were moving around he stayed only a short time before being returned to the ECHL.

The back and forth a few times must have been plenty enough as he inked for the remainder of this year’s hockey calendar to return to Germany and suit up with Nurnberg Ice Tigers.

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Tyler Beskorowany(1) St. John’s IceCaps


4th year goaltender Tyler Beskorowany(1) signed an ECHL contract with San Francisco Bulls to start his first campaign as an unrestricted free agent.

In 32 games he kept an uneven team competitive with a 14-13 mark but was shelled with pucks each night and didn’t have the best GAA or SV% stats to show for it.

He was originally a Dallas Stars‘ 2nd round pick in the 2008 draft (#59 overall) and signed a 3-year entry level deal through 2012/2013 but was not qualified.

The big 6’5″ 295 lbs. net minder excelled pretty well as a rookie with AHL affiliate Texas Stars in a split season with Idaho Steelheads, where he put up similar, slightly better numbers with a winning record.

He wasn’t as lucky in his sophomore year and maybe even shouldered some of the blame for the team’s 2nd to last worst placing.

For the final run of his terms, he slipped on the depth chart and was relegated to the Pacific Northwest. He seemed to take the move in stride, playing pretty well and backstopping the Steelheads into a second Kelly Cup Playoff round.

He was probably relieved when the Bulls‘ management decided to close up shop on a financially busted second season, leaving him once again free to find another cage to call home.

In stepped Orlando Solar Bears and in 2 games he’s got two victories with a 1.50 GAA and .940 SV%.

A needy St. John’s IceCaps noticed that and a month ago signed him to a pto. He’s only been between the pipes once, and although he won the game was victimized for 5 goals on 36 shots.

He started the 2013/2014 season in training camp with Worcester Sharks before being released.

Depending upon how deep his current club can go in the postseason, it seems doubtful the 23-year old Sudbury, Ontario native will stick with North America after this year.