Thursday , April 15 2021

Flutters claim they have given up Mike McKenna

The Philadelphia fleets have announced today that they have claimed Mike McKenna Bay after Vancouver Canucks surrenders, according to Chuck Fletcher, Executive Vice President / Chief Executive Officer.

Below are news and notes about McKenna's career:

drafted: 2002 (6th, 172th) – Predators from Nashville
AGE: 35 (4-11-1983) Borneo: St. Louis, Missouri
Vital Signs: 6 & 2, 183 pounds CATCH: Right

* McKenna was recently acquired by Vancouver Canucks in a trade with Senators in Ottawa on Jan. 2.

* He has appeared in 10 matches for Ottawa this season, registering a record 1-4-1 to go along with a goal of 3.96 goals and a .897 rescue rate … He has stopped 34 of 37 hits in a 4-3 Flyers victory on November 27th.

* He also appeared in six games for Senator AHL affiliated senators in Belleville, where he recorded a 3-3-0 record with a rescue rate of 2.72 GAA and a .914 percent.

* During his six-year NHL career, McKenna has a record of 7-16-3, with a rescue percentage of 3.58 GAA and .892 in 34 appearances with Tampa Bay Lightning (2008-09), New Jersey Devils (2010) – 11), Columbus Blue Jackets (2013-14), Arizona Coyotes (2014-15), Dallas Stars (2017-18) and Senators (2018-19).

* In his AHL career, McKenna appeared in 467 games with a career of 226-175-25 with 27 shutouts and a lifetime of 2.70 GAA and .913 rescue percentage.

He also resumed his team in the final of the Calder Cup in each of the last two seasons: He went 14-8 with a GAA 2.41 and a salary of 0.927 for Texas Stars (Dallas Stars) in 2018 and had a record of 13 -9 with a 2.68 GAA and .911 save the percentage for Syracuse Crunch (Tampa Bay Lightning) in 2017.

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