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Roberto Romano

Roberto Romano

Goalie
BIRTHDATE: October 26, 1962
HEIGHT: 5' 6" BIRTHPLACE: Montreal, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 170

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLTOTSOGASASv%GAAMin
1979-1980 Quebec Remparts-QMJHL 5221 17 3 01834.552,411
1980-1981 Quebec Remparts-QMJHL 5924 26 2 02334.403,174
1981-1982 Quebec Remparts-QMJHL 1 044.0060
1981-1982 Hull Olympiques-QMJHL 56 11943.773,090
1982-1983 Baltimore Skipjacks-AHL 3819 14 3 01464.052,163
1982-1983Penguins30 3 0 - 01896.8136.97155
1983-1984Penguins186 11 0 - 178629.8764.591,020
1983-1984 Baltimore Skipjacks-AHL 3123 6 1 01063.621,759
1984-1985Penguins319 17 2 - 1120974.8774.421,629
1984-1985 Baltimore Skipjacks-AHL 122 8 2 0443.67719
1985-1986Penguins4621 20 3 - 21591,394.8863.552,684
1986-1987Penguins259 11 2 - 087713.8783.631,438
1986-1987 Baltimore Skipjacks-AHL 50 3 0 0183.94274
1986-1987Bruins10 1 0 - 0634.8246.0060
1986-1987 Moncton Golden Flames-AHL 10 0 0 032.7765
1987-1988 Maine Mariners-AHL 165 8 1 0523.57875
1988-1989 HC Merano-Italy
1989-1990 HC Bolzano-Italy 32 01053.541,778
1990-1991 HC Milano Saima-Italy 10 0313.45538
1991-1992 HC Milano Saima-Italy 17 1422.58973
1991-1992 HC Milano-Alpenliga 29 2782.741,704
1991-1992 Italy-WC-A 3 0114.37151
1992-1993 HC Milano-Alpenliga 28 0732.821,549
1993-1994Penguins21 0 1 - 0356.9461.44125
1993-1994 Cleveland Lumberjacks-IHL 112 7 2 1454.20642
NHL TOTALS1264663844713.977,111

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPWLSOGASASv%GAAMin
1979-1980 Quebec Remparts-QMJHL 31 1 0124.80150
1980-1981 Quebec Remparts-QMJHL 41 2 0186.59164
1981-1982 Hull Olympiques-QMJHL 13 0503.95760
1983-1984 Baltimore Skipjacks-AHL 95 3 0363.97544
1991-1992 HC Milano Saima-Italy 2 121.00120
Quote of the Day

The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres