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Manny Fernandez
Manny Fernandez
Number: 35
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 207
Catches: Left
Born: Aug 27, 1974
Birthplace: Etobicoke, ON, Canada
Acquired: From Minnesota for Petr Kalus and 2009 fourth round draft pick, July 1, 2007
Drafted: QUE / 1992 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (52nd overall)
Has faced four career regular season penalty shots, allowing one goal...Has an 11-3 record in NHL shootouts (13 goals/51 shots)...2006-07: Shared the Jennings Trophy with Niklas Backstrom for allowing the fewest goals in the league...Set a personal and club record for consecutive starts with 15 from the start of the season...Had two shutouts on the season, numbers 12-13 career, with a 5-0 win over Columbus on Oct. 14 and a 3-0 win at Chicago on Jan. 19...Had a four-game win streak from Oct. 10-18 and had four three-game win streaks as well...Allowed two or less goals in 22 of his 37 complete games...Became the first goaltender in Wild history to reach 100 wins with the team with a 3-2 overtime victory in Los Angeles on Nov. 11...Allowed his first career penalty shot goal on his fourth such shot faced as Toronto’s John Pohl scored on Dec. 26...Set a club record for a goaltender with 12 penalty minutes...Missed 25 games with a knee injury...2005-06: Won 30 games for the first time in his career and became the first Wild goaltender to accomplish that feat...Also set club records in minutes played and assists/points by a goaltender...Had a 2.29 GAA and .919 save percentage, ranking sixth overall in the NHL in both categories...Recorded his 11th career shutout with a 5-0 win in Pittsburgh on Dec. 8...Had a six-game win streak from Dec. 19-Jan. 7 and a five-game win streak from Jan. 18-26...Played his 200th NHL game Nov. 6 with a 4-3 shootout win in Anaheim...Missed one game with neck/back spasms...2004-05: Spent the lockout season with Lulea in Sweden with 19 wins, a 2.77 GAA and two shutouts...2003-04: Started 36 of his 37 games played...Had two shutouts on the season, numbers 9-10 career, Dec. 3 vs. Edmonton (1-0) and Mar. 18 in Boston (2-0)...2002-03: Posted a career-high .924 save percentage, ranking fifth in the league in that category...Began the season with a six-game win streak from Oct. 11-31...Had two shutouts on the season, numbers 7-8 career, Feb. 10 at Philadelphia (1-0) and Mar. 31 vs. Calgary (3-0)...Missed ten games with a knee injury...Had a 1.96 GAA and .929 save percentage in nine playoff games...Won his first NHL playoff game with a 3-2 win at Colorado on Apr. 19 and won a game-seven victory over the Avalanche on Apr. 22...2001-02: Played a then-career high 44 games...Recorded his sixth career shutout with a 2-0 win in San Jose on Nov. 21...Faced his third career penalty shot on Oct. 7, stopping Los Angeles’ Zigmund Palffy...Had two three-game unbeaten streaks and won consecutive games on three occasions...Missed two games with an ankle injury...2000-01: Ranked sixth in the league with a .920 save percentage and his 2.24 GAA was the lowest ever for a goaltender on an NHL expansion team...Had a career-best eight-game unbeaten streak from Dec. 7-Jan. 10 (7-0-1), including a six-game win streak from Dec. 17-Jan. 10...Had a career-high four shutouts on the season-Nov. 24 vs. Chicago, 2-0; Dec. 17 vs. Dallas, 6-0; Jan. 10 vs. Washington, 3-0; and Jan. 24 at Anaheim, 5-0...Stopped  New Jersey’s Petr Sykora on a penalty shot on Jan. 21...1999-2000: Played his first full NHL season...Recorded his first NHL shutout with a 5-0 win over Nashville on Feb. 16...Faced his first career penalty shot on Mar. 13, stopping NY Rangers’ Radek Dvorak...Had a five-game win streak from Nov. 30-Jan. 5, allowing just five goals in that span...Had a three-game win streak from Mar. 12-15...Recorded his first career NHL point with an assist Feb. 27 vs. Atlanta...1998-99: Spent most of the season with Houston, finishing second in the IHL in wins with 34 and among the league’s top five in GAA, save percentage and games/minutes played...Opened the season with a 22-game unbeaten streak at 17-0-5...Recalled once to Dallas, playing the final game of the regular season, a 2-1 loss at Colorado on Apr. 18...Played in the IHL All-Star Game...Led the IHL during the post-season with 19 games and 11 wins as Houston won the Turner Cup championship...1997-98: Spent most of the season with Michigan/IHL, earning team MVP honors with 27 wins...Recalled  once to Dallas, playing in two games...Notched his first NHL victory in his only start of the season with a 4-1 win in Phoenix on Nov. 27...1996-97: Played the season with Michigan/IHL with a 20-24-2 record in 48 games...1995-96: Spent most of the season with Michigan/IHL with a 22-15-9 record in 47 games...Led the IHL with four shutouts...Recalled on three occasions to Dallas, playing in five games with an 0-1-1 record in those contests...1994-95: Spent most of his first professional season in Kalamazoo with a 21-10-9 record in 46 IHL games...Ranked third in the league with a 2.79 GAA...Recalled once to Dallas, playing his first NHL game with a 3-2 loss on Apr. 1 vs. Detroit...Named a Second Team IHL All-Star and played in the IHL All-Star Game...Juniors: Played three seasons of junior hockey with Laval/QMJHL with a 69-41-5 record and 3.42 GAA in 125 career games...Was named the QMJHL Most Valuable Player and earned First Team All-Star honors in 1993-94...International: Won a Gold medal with Team Canada in the 1994 World Junior Championships.




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2 x - TBL 82 46 27 9 240 215 101
3 x - MTL 82 46 28 8 215 204 100
4 x - DET 82 39 28 15 222 230 93
5 OTT 82 37 31 14 236 265 88
6 TOR 82 38 36 8 231 256 84
7 FLA 82 29 45 8 196 268 66
8 BUF 82 21 51 10 157 248 52


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