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AHL Goalie News — Thursday April 2, 2009

Game Reports

  • Binghamton Senators goalie Jeff Glass turned heads Wednesday night turning away 47 of 49 shots, only to lose in the shootout against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.  (Penguins Insider and Sharp on the Sens)


  • Update on Rochester Americans goalies Mike Brodeur and Tyler Plante, both of whom are nursing injuires. (Let’s Go Amerks)


Mike Brodeur takes a tumble returning to the bench on a delayed penalty
during Pink in the Rink night for the Rochester Americans. Photo courtesy of


  • The AHL announced the league’s All Rookie team today and Bridgeport Sound Tigers Nathan Lawson took the goalie honors. (
  • Manchester Monarchs goalie Jonathan Bernier took home the Reebok X-Pulse/AHL Goaltender of the Month for March. Bernier has a 1.97 GAA, a .927 save percentage, and two shutouts for the month. (Manchester Monarchs)


  • The Minnesota Wild organization appears to continue to struggle with goaltender injuries. Seems Houston has brought up Rejean Beauchamin from the ECHL Idaho Steelheads, while Anton Khudobin has again been called up to the Wild. Nothing has been announced officially, but I pieced it together over at The Third Intermission.
  • Let’’s April Fool’s prank below wasn’t such a stretch after all, as they actually DID have to call up a goalie from the CHL. They’ve summoned Miguel Beaudry from the Rapid City Rush. (
  • Toronto Marlies beleaguered goalie, Justin Pogge,  was once again called up to the Maple Leafs. (Toronto transactions)

Goalie Pranks

  • Rochester Americans sign Chris Beckford-Tseu, again, to solve their goaltending problems. (Let’s Go Amerks)
  • Minnesota Wild back-up Josh Harding loaned to Houston Aeros to carry the team into the playoffs in light of goalie injuries. (The Third Intermission)

About The Author

Heather Galindo

I cover the AHL Houston Aeros for, which has focused my passion for goaltending on minor league goalies mainly in the AHL. To stay abreast of every last drop of AHL goalie news, follow me at @InGoalMagAHL on Twitter while the big news, analysis, etc. will be posted here at I was so inspired by watching the goalies here in Houston a few years ago that I went out and learned to skate and play hockey in order to become a goalie myself. So far I'm still more sieve than goalie, but I've never had more fun being so terrible at something!