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MOST GAMES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
479 – Nick Vitucci (Carolina; Winston-Salem; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville – 1988-2001)
455 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
394 – Joel Martin (Columbus, 2003-04; Trenton, 2006-07; Elmira, 2007-08; Augusta, 2008-09; Kalamazoo, 2012-18)
366 – Marc Magliarditi (Columbus; Florida; Louisiana; Richmond; Las Vegas – 1997-2007)
364 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
MOST GAMES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
65 – Mark Michaud (Hampton Roads, 1993-94)
64 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2015-16)
63 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2012-13)
62 – Brian Eklund (Pensacola, 2003-04)
61 – Olie Sundstrom (Johnstown/Wheeling, 1996-97)
60 – Jerry Kuhn (Greenville/Idaho, 2011-12)
      – Matthew Yeats (Texas, 2006-07)
      – Davis Parley (South Carolina, 2006-07)
      – Darryl Paquette (Hampton Roads, 1996-97)
      – Dave Gagnon (Roanoke, 1996-97)
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
27,291 – Nick Vitucci (Carolina; Winston-Salem; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville – 1988-2001)
22,962 – Joel Martin (Columbus, 2003-04; Trenton, 2006-07; Elmira, 2007-08; Augusta, 2008-09; Kalamazoo, 2012-18)
21,154 – Marc Magliarditi (Columbus; Florida; Louisiana; Richmond; Las Vegas – 1997-2007)
20,792 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
19,858 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
3,777 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2015-16)
3,739 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2012-13)
3,724 – Brian Eklund (Pensacola, 2003-04)
3,723 – Mark Michaud (Hampton Roads, 1993-94)
3,522 – Davis Parley (South Carolina, 2006-07)
MOST SHUTOUTS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
25 – Jeff Jakaitis (Columbia, Charlotte, Gwinnett, South Carolina – 2007-15, 2017-18)
      – Marc Magliarditi (Columbus; Florida; Louisiana; Richmond; Las Vegas – 1997-2007)
21 – Riley Gill (Kalamazoo, Victoria, Reading, Allen – 2010-Present)
20 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
18 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
MOST SHUTOUTS BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
8 – Laurent Brossoit (Alaska/Bakersfield, 2013-14)
   – Ryan Zapolski (South Carolina, 2012-13)
   – J.P. Lamoureux (Alaska, 2008-09)
7 – Jake Paterson (Toledo, 2016-17)
    – Riley Gill (Allen, 2016-17)
    – Jeff Jakaitis (South Carolina, 2014-15)
   – Frederic Cloutier (Louisiana, 2001-02)
   – David Brumby (Jackson, 1999-00)
   – Maxime Gingras (Richmond, 1998-99)
6  – Mike Condon (Wheeling, 2013-14)
   – Matthew Yeats (Texas, 2006-07)
   – Alfie Michaud (Peoria, 2004-05)
LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
321 minutes, 46 seconds – Jeff Jakaitis (South Carolina, 2014-15)
  * 56:59 vs. Gwinnett (March 6, 2015)
  * 60:00 at Gwinnett (March 7, 2015)
  * 23:17 at Greenville (March 8, 2015)
  * 59:16 at Gwinnett (March 13, 2015)
  * 60:00 vs. Gwinnett (March 14, 2015)
  * 60:00 vs. Indy (March 20, 2015)
  * 2:13 vs. Cincinnati (March 21, 2015)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
4 – Jeff Jakaitis (South Carolina, 2014-15)
  (March 7, 2015 at Greenville; March 13, 2015 at Gwinnett; March 14, 2015 vs. Gwinnett; March 20, 2015 vs, Indy)

 

MOST WINS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
265 – Nick Vitucci (Carolina; Winston-Salem; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville – 1988-2001)
217 – Marc Magliarditi (Columbus; Florida; Louisiana; Richmond; Las Vegas – 1997-2007)
201 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
199 – Joel Martin (Columbus, 2003-04; Trenton, 2006-07; Elmira, 2007-08; Augusta, 2008-09; Kalamazoo, 2012-18)
173 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
MOST WINS BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
38 – Brian Eklund (Pensacola, 2003-04)
     – Mark Michaud (Hampton Roads, 1993-94)
37 – Pat Nagle (Toledo, 2017-18)
      – Trevor Koenig (San Diego, 2003-04)
36 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2015-16)
      – Steve Silverthorn (Idaho, 2006-07)
      – Matt Underhill (Alaska, 2005-06)
      – Kirk Daubenspeck (South Carolina, 2002-03)
      – Jan Lasak (Hampton Roads, 1999-00)
      – Doug Bonner (Louisiana, 1997-98)
      – Marc Delorme (Louisiana, 1996-97)
LONGEST WINNING STREAK BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
17 – Josh Robinson (Missouri, 2015-16)
16 – Jeff Jakaitis (South Carolina, 2014-15)
13 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke, 1994-95)
12 – Cory Cadden (Knoxville, 1993-94)
11 – seven times, most recent: Daniel Manzato (Las Vegas, 2007-08)
MOST 20-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
7 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
   – Nick Vitucci (Carolina; Winston-Salem; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville – 1988-2001)
6 –  Marc Magliarditi (Columbus; Florida; Louisiana; Richmond; Las Vegas – 1997-2007)
5 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
    – Joel Martin (Elmira; Kalamazoo – 2007-08, 2014-16)
    – Pat Nagle (Florida; Idaho; Fort Wayne – 2011-12, 2013-16)
4   – Ryan Nie (Johstown; Bakersfield; Elmira; Cincinnati; Kalamazoo – 2007-11)
   – Frederic Deschenes (Birmingham; Johnstown – 1998-2002)
   – Dave Gagnon (Roanoke – 1996-2000)
   – Mark Richards (Tallahassee; Pee Dee – 1994-97, 1998-99)
MOST CONSECUTIVE 20-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
5 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Greensboro – 1999-2004)
4 – Ryan Nie (Johstown; Bakersfield; Elmira; Cincinnati; Kalamazoo – 2007-11)
    – Jason Saal (Louisiana; Arkansas; Augusta – 2000-04)
    – Frederic Deschenes (Birmingham; Johnstown – 1998-2002)
    – Dave Gagnon (Roanoke – 1996-2000)
    – Nick Vitucci (Charlotte; Toledo – 1994-98)
MOST 30-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
3 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2012-13, 2014-16)
2 – Riley Gill (Allen, 2014-15 and 2016-17)
   – Marc Magliarditi (Florida; Las Vegas – 1998-99, 2005-06)
   – Scott Stirling (Trenton; Atlantic City – 2000-01, 2003-04)
   – Greg Gardner (Mississippi – 2002-04)
   – Jeff Salajko (Columbus – 1996-97, 1998-99)
   – Nick Vitucci (Toledo; Charlotte – 1994-96)
MOST CONSECUTIVE 30-OR-MORE WIN SEASONS BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
2 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo – 2014-16)
   – Greg Gardner (Mississippi – 2002-04)
   – Nick Vitucci (Toledo; Charlotte – 1994-96)
MOST LOSSES BY GOALTENDER, CAREER
150 – Nick Vitucci (Carolina; Winston-Salem; Greensboro; Hampton Roads; Toledo; Charlotte; Greenville – 1988-2001)
147 – Joel Martin (Columbus, 2003-04; Trenton, 2006-07; Elmira, 2007-08; Augusta, 2008-09; Kalamazoo, 2012-17)
120 – Jason Saal (South Carolina; Hampton Roads; Peoria; Louisiana; Dayton; Arkansas; Augusta – 1995-2005)
116 – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke; Wheeling; Greensboro – 1994-96, 1997-2004)
        – David Brumby (Columbus; Wheeling; Charlotte; Jackson; Columbus; Pee Dee; Augusta; South Carolina; Victoria – 1996-2005)
MOST LOSSES BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
31 – Cam Ellsworth (Pensacola/Stockton, 2007-08)
30 – Michael Mole (Phoenix/San Diego, 2005-06)
      – Nathan Marsters (Louisiana, 2004-05)
      – Jeff Salajko (Arkansas, 1999-00)
29 – Michel Robinson (Greenville, 2003-04)
      – Davis Parley (Texas, 2003-04)
LONGEST WINLESS STREAK BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
22 – Jeff Weber (Stockton, 2005-06)
18 – Jeff Blair (Baton Rouge, 2002-03)
16 – Jason Stone (Victoria, 2004-05)
14 – Curtis Darling (Charlotte/Wheeling, 2007-08)
11 – Chris Driedger (Evansville, 2014-15)
      – Trevor Koenig (Toledo, 1999-00)
      – Steve Plouffe (Johnstown, 1997-98)
MOST TIES BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
15 – Greg Hewitt (Mobile, 2001-02)
12 – Michael Mole (Utah, 2008-09)
10 – Jason Saal (Arkansas, 2001-02)
      – Aaron Israel (Johnstown/Richmond/Jacksonville, 1995-96)
9 – Maxime Daigneault (South Carolina, 2005-06)
    – Maxime Gingras (Richmond, 2002-03)
    – Paxton Schafer (Baton Rouge, 2000-01)
LOWEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
1.64 – Ryan Zapolski (South Carolina, 2012-13)
1.67 – Dany Sabourin (Wheeling, 2004-05)
1.84 – Frederic Cloutier (Louisiana, 2001-02)
1.86 – Parker Milner (South Carolina, 2017-18)
1.88 – Josh Robinson (Missouri, 2015-16)
HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
.945 – Frederic Cloutier (Louisiana, 2001-02)
.942 – Ryan Zapolski (South Carolina, 2012-13)
         – Dany Sabourin (Wheeling, 2004-05)
.941 – Chris Madden (Long Beach, 2004-05)
.940 – Jeff Deslauriers (Greenville, 2004-05)
MOST SAVES BY GOALTENDER, SEASON
2,194 – Brian Eklund (Pensacola, 2003-04)
2,084 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2015-16)
2,051 – Joel Martin (Kalamazoo, 2012-13)
2,001 – Jerry Kuhn (Greenville/Idaho, 2011-12)
1,852 – Ryan Munce (Mississippi, 2008-09)
MOST SAVES BY GOALTENDER, GAME
67 – Dave Caruso, Trenton vs. Gwinnett, Oct. 29, 2010
65 – Maxime Boisclair, Greenville at Greensboro, March 17, 2004
64 – Matus Kostur, Augusta vs. Gwinnett, April 8, 2005
      – Christian Soucy, Baton Rouge vs. Tallahassee, Jan. 18, 1997
63 – Ryan Munce, Bakersfield at Long Beach, Jan. 6, 2006
      – Davis Parley, Texas at Pensacola, Jan. 2, 2004
      – Joel Laing, Wheeling vs. Peoria, Feb. 16, 2002
MOST SAVES BY GOALTENDER, PERIOD
30 – Rob McVicar, Utah at Long Beach, Nov. 17, 2006
      – Jeff Salajko, Columbus vs. Roanoke, March 11, 1997
      – Mike Parson, Nashville vs. Birmingham, Jan. 2, 1994
29 – Joaquin Gage, Raleigh vs. Mobile, Oct. 24, 1997
      – Chad Lang, Huntington vs. Raleigh, Jan. 28, 1997
28 – several players, most recent by:
             Ryan Munce, Mississippi vs. Texas, March 22, 2008
             Cody Rudkowsky, Phoenix at Bakersfield, Jan. 8, 2008
GOALS SCORED BY GOALTENDER
– C.J. Motte, Quad City at Fort Wayne, Dec. 9, 2017
– Alex Nedeljkovic, Florida at Atlanta, Dec. 30, 2016
– Brian Foster, Cincinnati vs. Trenton, Feb. 15, 2013
– Timo Pielmeier, Bakersfield at Utah, Dec. 19, 2009
– Jonathan Quick, Reading at Pensacola, Oct. 24, 2007
– Trevor Koenig, Atlantic City at Wheeling, March 2, 2005
– Brian Eklund, Pensacola at Mississippi, Dec. 5, 2003
– Mike Smith, Lexington vs. Dayton, Oct. 26, 2002
– Mark Bernard, Toledo vs. Johnstown, March 27, 2001
– Nick Vitucci, Charlotte vs. Louisville, March 6, 2006
– Sean Gauthier, South Carolina at Raleigh, Dec. 19, 1995
– Olie Sundstrom, Erie vs. Wheeling, Dec. 15, 1995
– Corwin Saurdiff, Hampton Roads vs. Charlotte, March 18, 1995
MOST POINTS BY GOALTENDER, GAME
3 – Jason Saal (3a), Augusta vs. Greenville, Dec. 12, 2003