Fourth season as a Griffin…Fourth year pro…Ranks among the franchise’s all-time leaders with 77 games played (9th), 4,421:21 minutes (9th), 2.44 goals against average (T7th), 45 wins (T7th), nine shutouts (T4th), 2,102 saves (8th), 0.921 save percentage (T3rd), 0.778 shootout percentage (3rd)…Ranks among the team’s all-time playoff leaders with four games played (T10th), 216:48 minutes (10th), 2.21 GAA (6th), two wins (T8th), 115 saves (8th) and a 0.935 save percentage (T2nd)…Signed to a three-year entry-level contract, 4/3/13…Assigned by Detroit, 9/23/13…Recalled by Detroit, 9/27/13…Assigned by Detroit, 9/28/13…Recalled by Detroit, 9/29/13…Assigned by Detroit, 10/1/13...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 10/12/13…Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 10/31/13...Recalled by Detroit, 11/5/13...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 12/11/13...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 1/28/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 3/9/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 3/19/14...Recalled from Toledo by Detroit, 4/10/14...Assigned to Toledo by Detroit, 4/11/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 4/14/14...Assigned by Detroit, 9/27/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 10/18/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 10/19/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 11/6/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 11/8/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 11/9/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 11/14/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 11/16/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 11/20/14...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 11/22/14...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 3/3/15...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 3/13/15...Re-signed to a new one-year contract by Detroit, 7/9/15...Assigned by Detroit, 10/1/15...Recalled by Detroit, 2/29/16...Assigned by Detroit, 3/2/16...Recalled by Detroit, 3/17/16...Assigned by Detroit, 3/21/16…Re-signed to a two-year contract by Detroit, 7/6/16…Assigned by Detroit, 10/9/16...Recalled by Detroit, 11/26/16...Assigned by Detroit, 12/7/16...Recalled by Detroit, 12/20/16.
In his second full season as a Griffin, showed a 29-15-2 record, a 2.43 goals against average and a 0.922 save percentage in 47 games…Ranked among the AHL’s goaltending leaders with 29 wins (T4th), a 2.43 GAA (10th), a 0.922 save percentage (T4th), 2,741:36 minutes (4th), 1,314 saves (5th) and six shutouts (3rd)…Numbers also placed among the best in single-season franchise history, ranking ninth in minutes, tied for fifth in wins, first in road shutouts (four), tied for first in total shutouts, fifth in saves, first in overtime home wins (three) and tied for 10th in save percentage…Set a franchise record with a 12-game home winning streak and a 12-game home unbeaten streak, 10/21/15-1/15/16…Tied a franchise record with a 13-game home point streak (12-0-1), 10/21/15-1/17/16…Set a franchise record for longest road shutout streak (206:31), 2/14/16-3/29/16…Recorded three consecutive road shutouts, 2/23/16-3/13/16, a franchise record…Named the AHL Goaltender of the Month in Dec. 2015 after posting a 9-2-0 record, a 1.92 GAA and a 0.938 in 11 starts during the month…Recorded an 11-game winning streak from 11/18/15-12/26/15 – one off the record for a Griffins goalie – as he contributed to Grand Rapids’ franchise record 15-game winning streak…Earned his first win of the season behind a 37-save performance, 10/21/15 vs. CHA…Made 22 saves in 6-0 shutout, 11/27/15 at MIL, that broke the Admirals' franchise-record 10-game winning streak…Allowed just three goals against in a four start stretch, 11/27/15-12/12/15…Matched a career-high with 47 saves in a 3-2 win, 12/16/15 at LE…Started 15 straight games, 12/9/15-1/12/16…Blanked Milwaukee for the second time using 23 saves, 12/31/15 vs. MIL…Executed 30 stops in his third shutout, 1/15/16 vs. LE…Stopped all 28 shots in his fourth shutout, 2/23/16 at CHI…Made 29 saves in his fifth shutout, 3/4/16 at CHA…Set a Griffins’ record for most saves in a shutout by tallying 45 in a 4-0 victory, 3/13/16 at CHI…Appeared in three Calder Cup Playoff games, and posted a 2-1 record, a 1.89 GAA and a 0.949 save percentage…Stopped all 16 shots he faced in relief and earned his first career postseason victory in Game 4 of the Central Division Finals, 5/10/16 vs. LE…Saved 35 shots to claim the win in Game 5, 5/14/16 at LE…Served as a backup for three Red Wings games: 2/29/16 at DAL, 3/17/16 at CBJ and 3/19/16 at FLA. 2014-15
: Enjoyed a breakout season with Grand Rapids, producing a 2.20 goals against average, a 16-8-1 record and a 0.927 save percentage in 25 games...Earned his first win in a Griffins sweater with a 35-save performance, 11/29/14 at ADK…Posted a 31-save shutout performance in his second appearance of the season, 12/6/14 at RFD…Turned out his third win in a row with a total of 21 saves and blocked two of three shooters in the shootout, 12/8/14 at MIL...Earned his fifth consecutive win with a 22-save performance in a 7-1 victory, 12/19/14 vs. TOR...Tied the franchise record for most consecutive wins to begin a season after his sixth straight victory, 12/20/14 at LE...Stopped 47 of 49 shots in a 3-2 shootout loss and earned first-star honors, 12/31/14 vs. RFD...Posted his second shutout of the season with a 38-save performance, 1/29/15 at IA...Became the seventh goaltender in franchise history to record back-to-back shutouts after turning away all 28 shots he faced, 1/30/15 at MIL…Named the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 1...Set a new franchise record for longest shutout streak at 160:06, 2/6/15 vs. RCH...Registered his second six-game winning streak, 2/15/15 at CHI...Extended his winning streak to seven games, 2/18/15 vs. MIL…Made his professional postseason debut in a 5-2 loss in Game 2 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, 4/26/15 at TOR. 2013-14:
Logged five games with the Griffins, producing a 0-4-0 record, a 4.39 goals against average and a 0.873 save percentage…Made his professional debut with Grand Rapids in a 4-3 overtime loss to Toronto, 10/5/13…Blocked all eight shots he faced in his first relief effort, 12/26/13 at MIL…Suited up for 20 games with the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye…Sported a 1-12-3-3 record, a 4.03 GAA and a 0.879 save percentage with Toledo…Earned his first professional victory, making 42 saves in a 4-2 win over Evansville, 11/23/13…Dropped a 4-3 shootout decision at Fort Wayne after turning away 50 shots in regulation, 4/12/14. 2012-13
: Started all 38 games for Northern Michigan University as a junior, owning a 15-19-4 record with a 2.70 goals against average, a 0.919 save percentage and one shutout…Finished 10th in the nation in minutes with 2181:36…Was unbeaten in a five-game stretch, 1/4/13-1/19/13, going 4-0-1…Surrendered just one goal on a season-high 51 shots in a win on 3/1/13 vs. Lake Superior…Named CCHA Goaltender of the Week on 1/7/13 and 3/4/13…Received team awards as the Gary Emmons Most Valuable Player for the first time and the Jim Mussatto Memorial Fitness Award for the second time. 2011-12
: Split the starting duties as a sophomore with the Wildcats, leading the team with 12 wins, a 2.22 goals against average, a 0.928 save percentage and one shutout…Made a season-high 40 saves on 1/27/12 at Miami…Earned his first collegiate shutout on 2/11/12 at Bowling Green…Honored as the CCHA Goaltender of the Month in December…Nominated for the CCHA’s Scholar Athlete of the Year and won his club’s Brad Werenka Coaches Academic award. 2010-11
: Appeared in 15 games as a freshman at Northern Michigan, sporting a 5-5-2 record, a 3.71 goals against average and a 0.916 save percentage…Made 49 saves in his first collegiate start, 10/12/10 at Michigan Tech…Stopped 50 shots in victories on two occasions, 12/11/10 at Notre Dame (51) and 2/11/11 at Michigan State (50)…Named CCHA Goaltender of the Week on 11/1/10 and 1/3/11…Earned Wildcats’ Jim Mussatto Memorial Fitness award. 2009-10
: Made 38 appearances with the USHL’s Lincoln Stars…Ranked among league leaders with 1988:57 minutes (10th), a 3.62 goals against average (15th) and 893 saves (T10th)…Received the Stars’ most improved player award. 2008-09: Appeared in 12 games with the OJHL’s Peterborough Liftlock Stars, sporting an 8-1-1 record alongside a 2.16 goals against average…Earned the team award for hockey and academic skills.
: Lives in Toronto, Ontario…Studied accounting and corporate finance at Northern Michigan…Has one sister…Has a golden retriever named Harley…Best friend in hockey is Dustin Darou…Greatest memory in hockey is signing with the Detroit Red Wings…Started playing hockey at the age of seven as a goaltender…Hockey nickname is Rozie…Hockey idol as a youth was Curtis Joseph…Chose his jersey No. 31 because that’s the number Curtis Joseph wore…Greatest influence on his hockey career has been his parents because of the sacrifices they made…Lists travel and family as his post-hockey career plans…First job was shredding paper…Greatest obstacle overcome is being cut seven times in one year…Proudest accomplishment is having kids look up to him…Supports breast cancer awareness charities…An interesting fact about him is he can eat two burritos at Chipotle in one sitting…If he could trade places for a day with another occupation, he would be Iron Man…Also played lacrosse, basketball, volleyball and baseball growing up…Once met Cuba Gooding Jr….Favorite food is Chipotle…Favorite quote is “outwork your talent”…Favorite movie is Forrest Gump…Favorite television show is The Walking Dead…Favorite website is Google…Enjoys reading works by Malcolm Gladwell…Roots for the Nebraska Cornhuskers…Other than hockey, enjoys watching tennis.