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Cam Ward | #30

G | 6' 1" | 185 lb | Age: 32 | Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes
2016-2017 Regular Season
GP W L OT GAA Sv%
48 21 19 7 2.65 .904
Career
GP W L OT GAA Sv%
612 290 227 75 2.69 .909
  • Cam Ward
  • Born: February 29, 1984
  • Birthplace: Saskatoon, SK, CAN
  • Catches: Left
  • Draft: 2002 CAR, 1st rd, 25th pk (25th overall)
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Season GP GS W L T OT SA GA GAA Sv% SO MIN
2016-2017 48 48 21 19 0 7 1,307 125 2.65 .904 2 2,825
NHL Career 612 599 290 227 0 75 17,398 1,579 2.69 .909 25 35,185
Season GP GS W L T OT SA GA GAA Sv% SO MIN
2016-2017 48 48 21 19 0 7 1,307 125 2.65 .904 2 2,825
NHL Career 612 599 290 227 0 75 17,398 1,579 2.69 .909 25 35,185
Last 5 games
Opponent Date W L T GA SA S Sv% SO TOI GP GS OT
PIT FEB 21 0 1 0 3 22 19 .864 0 58:35 1 1 0
TOR FEB 19 0 1 0 4 24 20 .833 0 49:02 1 1 0
COL FEB 17 -- -- -- 2 37 35 .946 0 64:23 1 1 1
DAL FEB 11 0 1 0 5 27 22 .815 0 60:00 1 1 0
NYI FEB 4 1 0 0 4 37 33 .892 0 62:52 1 1 0
Opponent Date W L T GA SA S Sv% SO TOI GP GS OT
PIT FEB 21 0 1 0 3 22 19 .864 0 58:35 1 1 0
TOR FEB 19 0 1 0 4 24 20 .833 0 49:02 1 1 0
COL FEB 17 -- -- -- 2 37 35 .946 0 64:23 1 1 1
DAL FEB 11 0 1 0 5 27 22 .815 0 60:00 1 1 0
NYI FEB 4 1 0 0 4 37 33 .892 0 62:52 1 1 0

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Cam Ward Awards
Conn Smythe Trophy
Season Team
2005-2006 Carolina Hurricanes

Bio

Cam Ward Bio

On the night he made his first NHL start, Ward also made Carolina Hurricanes history. After stopping 28 of 30 shots to force overtime in an Oct. 7, 2005 game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ward stopped Mario Lemieux, Ziggy Palffy and Sidney Crosby on consecutive penalty shots to help Carolina to a 3-2 victory, its first in a shootout.

That was the beginning of a Stanley Cup run, after which Ward would win the Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player in the playoffs and become the first starting goalie to win the Cup as a rookie since Patrick Roy of the Montreal Canadiens in 1986. It was also the start of a career in which the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, native would eventually become the Hurricanes' all-time leader in games, minutes played, wins and shutouts.

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