35 Pat Nagle
|Season||GP||MIN||SO||GAA||W||L||OT||SVS||SA||SAV %||SOA||SOGA||SO %|
|2019-20 Regular Season||20||1136||0||2.32||9||8||1||509||553||0.920||3||1||0.667|
Former Ferris goalie continues his pro career
It may be hard for some Ferris State hockey fans to realize that former goalkeeper standout Pat Nagle is 33 years old. (Pioneer)
Red Wings goaltending a concern now and into future
The rebuilding Detroit Red Wings will head into a transition phase in goal next season. (MLive)
Fourth season as a Griffin…10th year pro…Signed to an amateur tryout by Norfolk, 3/29/11…Reassigned from Florida (ECHL) to Norfolk by Tampa Bay, 3/7/12…Reassigned from Norfolk to Florida (ECHL) by Tampa Bay, 3/20/12…Reassigned from Florida (ECHL) to Syracuse by Tampa Bay, 12/20/12…Reassigned from Syracuse to Florida (ECHL) by Tampa Bay, 12/26/12…Reassigned from Florida (ECHL) to Syracuse by Tampa Bay, 2/14/13…Reassigned from Syracuse to Florida (ECHL) by Tampa Bay, 2/16/13…Reassigned from Florida (ECHL) to Syracuse by Tampa Bay, 3/5/13…Reassigned from Syracuse to Florida (ECHL) by Tampa Bay, 3/11/13…Reassigned from Florida (ECHL) to Syracuse by Tampa Bay, 3/21/13…Recalled from Idaho (ECHL) by Texas, 1/23/14…Assigned to Idaho by Texas, 1/26/14…Recalled from Idaho by Texas, 1/28/14…Assigned to Idaho by Texas, 1/30/14…Signed to a professional tryout by Lake Erie, 12/16/14…Released from professional tryout by Lake Erie, 12/19/14…Signed to a professional tryout by Rochester, 1/1/15…Released from professional tryout by Rochester, 1/8/15…Signed to a professional tryout by Rochester, 1/8/15…Released from professional tryout by Rochester, 1/10/15…Signed to a professional tryout, 1/12/15…Released from professional tryout, 2/5/15…Signed to a professional tryout by Utica, 2/23/15…Released from professional tryout by Utica, 3/6/15…Signed to a professional tryout by Utica, 3/6/15…Released from professional tryout by Utica, 3/20/15…Signed to a professional tryout by Rochester, 4/2/15…Released from professional tryout by Rochester, 4/5/15…Signed to a professional tryout by Stockton, 11/25/15…Released from professional tryout by Stockton, 11/28/15…Signed to a professional tryout, 12/9/15…Released from professional tryout, 12/9/15…Signed to a one-year contract, 7/27/17…Assigned to Toledo (ECHL), 9/30/17…Re-signed to a one-year contract, 7/12/18…Assigned to Toledo, 9/25/18…Recalled from Toledo, 3/30/19…Assigned to Toledo, 4/11/19…Re-signed to a one-year contract, 6/27/19…Recalled from Toledo, 11/28/19…Assigned to Toledo, 1/1/20…Recalled from Toledo, 1/13/20…Re-signed to a one-year contract, 4/29/20.
Career Highlights: Backstopped the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye to their first-ever appearance in the Kelly Cup Finals in 2018-19…Led the ECHL in postseason minutes (1481), saves (679) and games played (24), while ranking second in both wins (14) and GAA (2.03), and fourth in save percentage (0.931)…Enjoyed his best year as a professional in 2017-18, posting a career- and league-high 37 wins with Toledo…Recorded a career-best 0.924 save percentage and tied his career-high with a 2.23 GAA in 2017-18…In 2017-18, named to both the ECHL All-Star Game and the All-ECHL Second Team…Won the 2012 Kelly Cup with Florida and led the ECHL with a 1.42 postseason GAA…Finished his Ferris State career (2007-11) as one of the school’s all-time leaders with 45 wins (2nd), a 2.32 GAA (2nd) and a 0.916 save percentage (T1st)…Earned NAHL Rookie of the Year honors with St. Louis in 2006-07…Helped St. Louis win the 2007 Robertson Cup as NAHL champions.
2018-19: Spent majority of the campaign with the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye, compiling a 22-14-2 record, 2.81 GAA, a 0.910 save percentage and three shutouts in 41 regular season games…Ranked among the league’s leaders in wins (T10th), GAA (17th), save percentage (T16th), shutouts (T7th), games played (T10th) and minutes (2411, 11th)…Played in all 24 postseason games and backstopped Toledo to the franchise’s first-ever appearance in the Kelly Cup Finals…Paced the ECHL in the postseason with 1481 minutes, 679 saves and 24 games played, while also ranking as one of the league’s playoff leaders with a 2.03 GAA (2nd), 14 wins (2nd) and a 0.931 save percentage (4th)…Added one postseason shutout…Made one appearance with the Griffins, his first AHL appearance since 4/3/15, and turned aside 20 shots in a 5-4 overtime loss, 4/6/19 at SJ…Started the season on an eight-game point streak for Toledo, posting a 7-0-1 record and a 0.899 save percentage in that span, 10/12/18-11/17/18…Stopped a season-high 38 shots in a shutout victory, 2/2/19 vs. BRM…Enjoyed a five-game winning streak in the postseason and allowed two goals or less in each contest, 5/1/19-5/12/19.
2017-18: Enjoyed his best year as a professional, setting career highs with 37 wins and a 0.924 save percentage while tying his career-best with a 2.23 GAA as part of a 37-6-4 record in 50 games played with the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye…Led the ECHL in wins and games played while placing among the league’s leaders in GAA (6th), save percentage (5th) and shutouts (3, T4th)…37 victories established a Toledo record and tied for the third-most in ECHL history, falling just one shy of the record…Named to the All-ECHL Second Team…Helped the Walleye to a Central Division title and the second-best record in the ECHL…Participated in his first ECHL All-Star Game…Named the ECHL Goaltender of the Month for November after finishing 7-1-1 with a 2.66 GAA and a 0.907 save percentage in nine appearances…Selected as the ECHL Goaltender of the Month for February after concluding the month 8-0-0 with one shutout, a 1.72 GAA and a 0.942 save percentage in nine games…Posted a 10-game winning streak, 1/27/18-3/2/18, as part of his franchise-record 17-game point run (15-0-2 from 1/24/18-3/18/18)…Posted a 6-4 mark, a 2.56 GAA and a 0.919 save percentage in 10 Kelly Cup Playoff appearances.
2016-17: Appeared in 25 games with the ECHL’s Fort Wayne Komets, tallying a 15-3-4 record, a career-best 2.23 GAA, a 0.916 save percentage and two shutouts…If he had enough minutes to qualify, he would have placed third in the ECHL in GAA and eighth in save percentage…Helped the Komets reach the second round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs, posting a 5-4 record, a 2.58 GAA and a 0.906 save percentage…Appeared in his 200th ECHL game, 10/21/16 at KAL…Won his first three starts of the season before suffering an injury in his fourth game, 10/28/16 vs. ALN…Made a season-high 34 saves while facing a season-high 37 shots to earn the victory in his first start returning from injury, 2/3/17 vs. RC…Stopped all 21 shots for his first shutout of the season, 2/17/17…Shutout kicked off a season-high six-game unbeaten streak (4-0-2), 2/17/17-3/5/17…Won four of his last five starts of the season.
2015-16: Appeared in 51 games with ECHL Fort Wayne and tied for second in the league with 28 wins after posting a 28-12-8 record…Paced the ECHL with five shutouts…51 games played and 2969 minutes both placed second in the league…Ranked 12th on the circuit with a 2.36 GAA and tied for 14th with a 0.915 save percentage…28 wins established a professional career high…Posted a 9-6 mark in the postseason and ranked sixth in the league with a 2.37 GAA…Stopped a season-high 37 saves in a shutout, 12/31/15 vs. IND…Enjoyed a five-game winning streak during which he posted a 1.00 GAA and a 0.960 save percentage, 1/13/16-1/22/16…Notched two shutouts in the postseason, tied for most in the league.
2014-15: Played in 33 games with ECHL Fort Wayne, posting a 23-7-2 record, a 2.48 GAA and a 0.907 save percentage…Appeared in a total of five AHL contests with three different teams, including two in Grand Rapids and Rochester and one in Utica…Posted a 0-2-0 record, a 4.53 GAA and a 0.886 save percentage in two games with Rochester…Tallied a 1-0-0 mark to go along with a 0.78 GAA and a 0.971 save percentage in two games in Grand Rapids…Earned his first AHL victory as a member of the Griffins and stopped 29 of 30 shots, 1/23/15 vs. UTI…Finished 0-1-0 with a 3.07 GAA and a 0.893 save percentage in one game with Utica…Ranked among the ECHL’s goaltending leaders in wins (11th) and GAA (9th)…Logged a 1.90 GAA during a season-high five-game winning streak that included three overtime victories, 11/27/14-12/13/14…Appeared in five Kelly Cup Playoff games, showing a 3-2 record, a 2.15 GAA and a 0.913 save percentage…Among playoff goalies, ranked ninth in save percentage and third in GAA.
2013-14: As a member of the Idaho Steelheads, ranked among the ECHL’s goaltending leaders with 23 wins (T4th), a 2.73 GAA (T14th), a 0.918 save percentage (9th), 43 games (4th) and 2530 minutes (4th)…Finished 1-1 with a 3.40 GAA and a 0.906 save percentage in three postseason appearances…Turned aside all 41 shots he faced for his only shutout of the season, 11/22/13 at SF…Stopped 49 of 50 shots, season highs in both saves and shots faced, during a 4-1 victory, 12/28/13 at LV…Enjoyed a five-game point streak (4-0-1), including four consecutive victories, 1/31/14-2/8/14…Named the ECHL Goaltender of the Week for the period of Feb. 3-9.
2012-13: Posted a 14-9-3 record, a 3.02 GAA and a 0.904 save percentage in 31 games with the ECHL’s Florida Everblades…Logged his first two AHL games with the Syracuse Crunch, finishing with a 0-1-0 record, a 3.70 GAA and a 0.875 save percentage…Allowed one goal on 11 shots in a relief effort and earned a no decision during his AHL debut, 3/6/13 at TOR…Named the ECHL Goaltender of the Week for the period of Jan. 7-13 after earning three wins and showing a 2.00 GAA and a 0.941 save percentage in three games during the week.
2011-12: In his rookie campaign, totaled a 20-14-3 record, a 2.87 GAA and a 0.905 save percentage in 39 games with the ECHL’s Florida Everblades…Among qualified league goaltenders, ranked ninth in wins, 17th in GAA, tied for 18th in save percentage and 11th in both games played and minutes (2233)…Among rookie goalies, placed fourth in wins, sixth in GAA, eighth in save percentage and fifth in both games played and minutes…Helped the Everblades win the Kelly Cup, posting a 4-1 record while showing a league-best 1.42 GAA and tying for the league lead with a 0.941 save percentage in six postseason appearances…Stopped 23 of 25 shots to earn the win in his first pro start, 10/14/11 vs. GWT…Secured a season-high six-game winning streak, 12/17/11-12/31/11.
2010-11: In his senior season at Ferris State, was named to All-CCHA First Team after compiling an 18-14-5 record, a 2.02 GAA and a 0.923 save percentage…Ranked fifth in the conference in GAA and 12th in save percentage…Hobey Baker Award candidate…18 wins ranked as the second most in a single season in school history after the season ended…2.02 GAA bested his own mark from a season ago and established the lowest single-season GAA in school history…Named the CCHA’s Goaltender of the Week on Nov. 8, after stopping 52-of-55 shots during a win and tie against Miami in a weekend set.
2009-10: Registered a 12-10-3 record, a 2.13 GAA and a 0.923 save percentage in 26 games with Ferris State…At season’s end, set a single-season school record with a 2.13 GAA and placed second on the program’s charts with a 0.923 save percentage…Among goalies nationally, finished sixth in save percentage and ninth in GAA…Named CCHA Goaltender of the Week on Dec. 14, after turning aside 22 shots in a shutout at Western Michigan, 12/11/09.
2008-09: Appeared in 22 games with the Ferris State Bulldogs, posting a 7-11-3 record, a 2.84 GAA and a 0.909 save percentage.
2007-08: In his freshman campaign, appeared in 16 games and posted an 8-7-0 record, a 2.63 GAA and a 0.900 save percentage…CCHA All-Rookie Honorable Mention.
2006-07: Posted a 24-8-4 record to go along with a 2.28 GAA and a 0.920 save percentage in 36 games with the NAHL’s St. Louis Bandits…Earned NAHL Rookie of the Year honors after ranking second in the league in GAA and tied for fifth in save percentage…Helped the Bandits win the 2007 Robertson Cup as NAHL playoff champions after tallying a 9-1 mark, a 2.36 GAA and a 0.910 save percentage in 11 postseason appearances.
AHL Career Highs
- Games Played 20, 2019-20
- Wins 9, 2019-20
- Shutouts N/A
- Consecutive Starts 5, 2/14/20-2/22/20
- Consecutive Games Played 6, 2/11/20-2/22/20
- Winning Streak 5, 2/9/20-2/20/20
- Losing Streak (Regulation) 2, three times (MR: 2/22/20-2/28/20)
- Winless Streak 4, 11/30/19-12/27/19
- Saves, Game 44, 3/3/20 GR at SA
- Shots Faced, Game 47, 3/3/20 GR at SA
- Goals Against, Game 6, 4/3/15 RCH at IA
- AHL Game 3/6/13 SYR at TOR (3-6 ND, 10 saves)
- AHL Win 1/23/15 GR vs. UTI (5-1 W, 29 saves)
- AHL Shutout N/A
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