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John Muse
John Muse
Goaltender
Number: 80
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 185
Catches: Left
Born: Aug 1, 1988
Birthplace: East Falmouth, MA, United States
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on June 7, 2012
2011-12 SEASON
Split the year between Charlotte (AHL) and Florida (ECHL)… Was 10-3-2 with a 1.81 goals-against average and .941 save percentage with the Checkers, and 16-6-3 with a 2.42 goals-against average and .920 save percentage for the Everblades… Was named the MVP of the Kelly Cup playoffs, leading Florida to its first ECHL championship… Led the Checkers in goals-against average (1.81), save percentage (.941) and shutouts (2) and tied for second in wins (10) in just 15 games played… Among goalies who played more than 10 games, led the Everblades in goals-against average (2.42) and save percentage (.920)… Picked up his first ECHL win and first professional shutout in a 22-save effort at South Carolina (11/4)… Made his AHL season debut and stopped all 24 shots he faced over 42 minutes to pick up the win in relief vs. Chicago (12/16)… Made a career-high 42 saves in a 2-1 win vs. San Antonio (1/4)… Made 26 saves for his first AHL shutout at Abbotsford (1/20)… Went 11-2 with a 1.78 goals-against average and .939 save percentage in 13 Kelly Cup Playoff games… Won his first three professional playoff games as Florida swept Greenville in the first round… Posted his first professional playoff shutout vs. Kalamazoo (5/2)… Made 41 saves in Florida’s Kelly Cup clinching, Game 5 overtime victory vs. Las Vegas (5/23).

CAREER
Signed as a free agent by the Hurricanes on 6/7/12… Was 11-3-2 with a 1.81 goals-against average and .940 save percentage in 16 career AHL games entering 2012-13… Was 16-6-3 in 25 career ECHL regular-season games, and led Florida to the ECHL’s Kelly Cup Championship in 2012… Played one season at Falmouth High School and three seasons at the Noble and Greenough School prior to beginning his college career… Played four seasons at Boston College (Hockey East) between 2007-2011, going 89-39-16 with a 2.40 goals-against average and .914 save percentage in 144 career games… Was 21-2 in 23 career postseason contests, including 8-1 in NCAA tournament play… Led the Eagles to three Beanpot championships (2008, 2010, 2011), three Hockey East Tournament titles (2008, 2010, 2011) and two NCAA national championships (2008, 2010)… Established Boston College records for career saves (3,696), career games played (144) and single-season saves (1,171 in 2007-08), and was the recipient of the 2011 Walter Brown Award as the best American-born, Division I player in New England… Was also named second-team AHCA All-American and Hockey East First-Team All-Star in 2010-11, was twice selected to the NCAA All-Tournament team (2008, 2010) and was a three-time Hockey East All-Tournament Team pick (2008, 2010, 2011)… Joined Portland (AHL) on an amateur tryout contract at the conclusion of his senior season in 2010-11… Played one game for the Pirates, making 33 saves in regulation and overtime and stopping four of five shootout attempts in a 3-2 win at Albany (4/9/11).

SCHEDULE

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STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 61 40 16 5 167 135 85
2 NYR 60 38 16 6 190 148 82
3 NYI 62 40 20 2 200 173 82
4 TBL 62 37 19 6 203 167 80
5 DET 60 34 15 11 176 156 79
6 PIT 61 35 17 9 176 152 79
7 WSH 62 33 19 10 184 156 76
8 BOS 60 29 22 9 158 158 67
9 FLA 61 26 22 13 145 172 65
10 PHI 62 26 25 11 164 181 63
11 OTT 59 26 23 10 167 161 62
12 NJD 61 25 27 9 137 161 59
13 CBJ 60 26 30 4 157 189 56
14 TOR 61 25 31 5 170 185 55
15 CAR 59 22 30 7 134 159 51
16 BUF 62 19 38 5 120 207 43

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Faulk 59 11 27 -16 38
E. Staal 54 18 18 -9 36
E. Lindholm 58 11 15 -16 26
J. Skinner 54 15 9 -16 24
R. Nash 56 7 14 -9 21
N. Gerbe 55 6 14 -13 20
A. Sekera 57 2 17 -7 19
V. Rask 57 8 10 -18 18
J. McClement 59 4 12 1 16
J. Staal 23 4 11 -1 15
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Ward 16 19 4 .914 2.35
A. Khudobin 6 11 3 .901 2.73