Ty Conklin
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 03/30/1976
DRAFTED: undrafted

* Ended the regular season ranking second in the League lead with a .923 save
percentage and has a record of 18-8-5.
* Made a career high 50 saves Feb. 26th in a 4-2 victory over the NY Islanders.
* Won eight consecutive games in net from Dec. 20th through Jan. 10th and had a
SV% of .946 and GAA of 1.82 in 14 games played (10-1-2) with two shutouts
* Won the Winter Classic in a shootout on Jan. 1 vs. Buffalo, stopping 36 shots in
regulation and overtime and two of three attempts during the shootout.
* Posted first shutout as a Penguin Dec. 29 vs. Buffalo (1-0).
* Recalled by the Penguins on an emergency basis on Dec. 6. (Fleury injury)br>
Saves: 50 (02/26 @ NYI)br>

2006-07:  Posted a 2-3-2 record and a 3.30 record in 11 appearances with the Columbus Blue Jackets…Traded to Buffalo Sabres and posted a 1-2-0 record in five appearances…Made a career high 42 saves in a 5-3 victory over Florida to earn his first win in his first start with Buffalo

2005-06:  Had a 8-5-1 record and a 2.80 GAA in 18 appearances with the Edmonton Oilers…Made 23 saves on January 3rd vs. Chicago to earn his second career NHL shutout…Appeared in five AHL games split between Hamilton and Hartford and posted a 2-2-0 record with a 2.77 GAA and a .924 SPCT

2004-05:  Played 11 games for Wolfsburg in Germany…Earned a 1.59 GAA in seven playoff games for Wolfsburgh…Appeared in three games for Team USA at the 2005 World Championship and registered a 1-0-2 record with a 2.00 GAA

2003-04:  Played in 38 games for the Edmonton Oilers and had a 17-14-4 record with a 2.42 GAA and a .912 SPCT…His 17 wins tied for the team lead…Earned his first NHL shutout blanking the Minnesota Wild 2-0 on November 13th…Appeared in five games for Team USA at the 2004 World Championship and registered a 4-0-1 record with a 2.14 GAA and one shutout

2002-03:  Was 19-13-3 in 38 appearances for Hamilton of the AHL…Played 17 playoff games for Hamilton posting a 9-6 record with a 2.23 GAA helping lead the club to the AHL Calder Cup Finals…His .933 SPCT in the playoffs set a team record

2001-02:  Appeared in four games for the Edmonton Oilers posting a 2-0-0 record with a 1.63 GAA and a .939 SPCT during his first professional season…Won his first NHL start with a 6-2 victory vs. the Florida Panthers on October 20th…Played 37 games for Hamilton of the AHL and earned a 13-12-8 record…Earned first professional shutout in 2-0 win vs. Quebec on January 20th…Appeared in seven playoff games for Hamilton and posted a 4-2 record with a 2.60 GAA

2000-01:  Led Hockey East with a 2.05 GAA while at New Hampshire…Named team captain, the first goaltender in 40 years to do so at the university…Named to the NCAA East First All-American Team…Hockey East First Team All-Star…Selected as co-recipient (Brian Gionta) of the Walter Brown Award as the top American-born college hockey player in New England…Finalist for the Hobey Baker Award…Established New Hampshire career records in wins (57), goals against average (2.17), save percentage (.915), and games played (93)

1999-00:  Hockey East First Team All-Star and co-winner of Hockey East Player of the Year…NCAA East Second All-American Team…1998-99:  Hockey East Second Team All-Star and Hockey East All-Rookie Team…Led the league with a 1.84 GAA...Member of New Hampshire club that advanced to the 1999 NCAA Frozen Four Championship Game.