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AHL Goalie News — Thursday April 9, 2009

Features

  • Recent Pittsburgh Penguins signing Brad Thiessen, who will play with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton for the remainder of the season, heads to D.C. for the Hobey Baker Award Ceremony, for which he is one of the three finalists. (Times Leader)

Game Reports

  • One goalie who may be hanging his head today is Syracuse Crunch netminder Kevin Lalande, who allowed Binghamton to tie last night’s game with 3.9 seconds left in regulation, and then let in the winning goal 32 seconds into overtime. Syracuse battling Toronto for the fourth playoff spot in the North Division of the Western Conference. (Crunch Hockey)

Transactions

  • Norfolk Admirals have signed Middlebury College senior Doug Raeder to an ATO. (Norfolk Admirals)

About The Author

Heather Galindo

I cover the AHL Houston Aeros for ProHockeyNews.com, 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 InGoalMag.com. 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!

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