BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors and Head Coach/Director of Hockey Operations Matt O’Dette announced today that goaltender Scott Greenham has been loaned to the St. John’s IceCaps of the American Hockey League.
Greenham, 25, has enjoyed success in his rookie season despite being under siege shot-wise for the majority of the campaign. He stands sixth in the league with 1,059 saves and has come up big when it comes to shootouts. With an 11-18-2 record overall, the Ottawa, Ontario native is a perfect 5-0 in shootouts, making 25 saves on 26 attempts for an ECHL-leading .962 save percentage. His five shootout wins are tied for second in the league.
Six times this season Greenham has made 40+ saves, including a season-high 51-save performance against Colorado on Feb. 1. The month of January proved to be his best month, posting a 4-3-1 record with a 2.64 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage. The month featured his first professional shutout, making 29 saves in a victory over Idaho on Jan. 11.
The University of Alaska-Fairbanks alum had a tremendous collegiate career and finished as the school’s all-time leader in wins, goals-against average, saves, save percentage and shutouts. He played three games at the end of the 2011-12 season for Bakersfield, posting two wins, and earning two separate call-ups to the AHL with Houston and Hershey.