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Tyler Weiman
Tyler Weiman
Goaltender
Number: 30
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 180
Catches: Left
Born: Jun 5, 1984
Birthplace: Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Drafted: COL / 2002 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 5th (164th overall)
CAREER
2008-09: Led the American Hockey League with eight shutouts while appearing in 44 games for the Lake Erie Monsters…Became the first Monster to lead the AHL in any statistical category…Paced the team in wins (21), goals-against average (2.46) and save percentage (.915)…Selected to the Canadian AHL All-Star roster for the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic…Recorded the first back-to-back shutouts in Lake Erie’s history, Jan. 11 vs. Philadelphia and Jan. 14 vs. Quad City. 2007-08: Began the season with the Avalanche, appearing in one game before being reassigned to Lake Erie on Oct. 8…Made his NHL debut on Oct. 4 at Nashville, stopping all 10 shots he faced in 15:46 of action…Spent most of the year with the Monsters, compiling a 9-19-1 record in 31 games…Was recalled by the Avalanche on Jan. 31…Placed on IR, Feb. 6 (retroactive to Feb. 3) due to a foot injury…Activated on Feb. 15 and reassigned to Lake Erie…Recalled from Lake Erie on April 9 but did not see any game action during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 2006-07: Backstopped Albany to its first AHL playoff berth in seven years, posting a 27-22-3 record in 54 appearances for the River Rats…Finished tied for fifth in the league in wins…Made five appearances in the AHL playoffs, going 1-4. 2005-06: Spent the majority of the season with the San Diego Gulls (ECHL) but also saw extended time with Colorado’s AHL affiliate in Lowell. 2004-05: Helped the Colorado Eagles win the 2005 President’s Cup Championship after leading the CHL in wins (33), shutouts (8), goals-against average (1.80) and save percentage (.938)…Was named the CHL’s Most Outstanding Goaltender and Rookie of the Year…Posted a 33-6-5 record, winning 75% of his starts…Also led all CHL goaltenders with eight playoff victories, notching an 8-4 record in 13 postseason games with one shutout. 2003-04: Spent his fourth and final season with Tri City (WHL)…Became Tri City’s all-time leader in career wins
(61) with a 3-1 victory over Prince Albert on Jan. 25…Eclipsed the previous mark set by Brian Boucher from 1994-97. 2002-03: Finished second among WHL goaltenders in both games (55) and minutes (3129)…In net for 16 of Tri-City’s 20 wins…Joined the Avalanche as a practice goaltender for the duration of the regular season and playoffs on March 28, 2003. Other: Invited to play for Canada’s National Under-18 Team at the IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Slovakia in April of 2002…Selected from the Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA squad by Tri-City in 2000. Personal: Last name is pronounced WIGH-muhn.
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