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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Jake Paterson

North American Goalie - Saginaw, OHL
Final Rank:3Midterm Rank:5
Position:GoalieCatches:Left
Height:6' 2"Weight:183
Born:May 3, 1994Hometown:Mississauga, ON
Born in:Missisauga, ON, CAN
Drafted: 2012: DET (3rd Round / 80th Overall)  Detroit Red Wings
• Paterson appeared in 42 regular-season games in 2011-12, posting an 18-18-3 record with a 3.42 goals-against average, .904 save percentage and one shutout. He played in 12 playoff games, going 6-6 with a 3.05 goals-against average and .903 save percentage.

• He split the 2010-11 season between Saginaw of the OHL and the Soo Eagles of the NOJHL. He played five games in the OHL, recording three wins, a 2.97 goals-against average and a .907 save percentage.

• Paterson won a gold medal with Team Ontario at the 2011 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, but didn’t see any ice time behind starter Daniel Altshuller (the No. 12-ranked North American goaltender).

• He wasn’t a natural-born netminder -- “My first time playing goalie, I hated it and couldn’t wait for the next game to be back at forward. Shortly after I switched back to goalie.”

• He wears #57 for David Shantz, who played goalie for the Mississauga IceDogs in the OHL.

FAVORITES

NHL team: Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings
NHL player: Ryan Miller
Video game: NHL 12, Call of Duty
Movie: Anchorman, The Blind Side
TV show: How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men
Actor/Actress: Will Ferrell, Jennifer Aniston
Cartoon: Bugs Bunny
Website: Facebook, OHL.com, NHL.com
Pump-up song: Anything by Eminem
Restaurant: Benihana
Sport (other than hockey): Lacrosse
Superhero: Superman

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAAMinSOSv%
2010-2011SAGINAWOHL52.9730300.907
2010-2011SOO EAGLES (defunct)NOJHL132.9579320.921
2011-2012SAGINAWOHL423.42226510.904
2013-2014CAN (2014 World Junior Championship)ITLTOUR23.3612500.868
2013-2014SAGINAWOHL453.41251820.906




I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round