Mac Carruth
Mac Carruth
Blackhawks - Goaltender
NUMBER: 60
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
WEIGHT: 180
CATCHES: Left
BIRTHDATE: 03/25/1992
AGE: 22
BIRTHPLACE: Salt Lake City, UT, USA
DRAFTED: CHI: 2010-191 overall

2011-12: Shared the league lead with a team- and career-high 42 wins (42-17-2) in 63 regular-season games played with the Western Hockey League’s Portland Winterhawks … Posted a .904 save percentage and a career-best 2.96 goals-against average … Went 4-0 in the shootout, turning aside 4 of 14 shootout attempts … Ranked fourth in the league with 3,592 minutes played and sixth with 1,839 saves … Turned aside 25 shots on Jan. 14 at Seattle for his second shutout of the season … Made 18 saves in his first shutout of the season on Dec. 31 vs. Seattle … Tallied a career-high three assists and 27 penalty minutes … Helped backstop the Winterhawks to the WHL Playoffs Championship Series … Ranked second in the league with a career-best 15 wins (15-6-1) in 22 postseason appearances … Recorded a career-low 2.89 GAA and a .918 SV% … Paced the league with a playoff career-high 718 saves … Shared the WHL lead with a postseason career-best two shutouts … Led the league with 1,328 postseason minutes played … Turned aside 32 shots on April 18 vs. Kamloops for his second shutout of the 2011-12 postseason … Made 20 saves in his second career postseason shutout on March 23 vs. Kelowna.

2010-11: Posted a team-high 31 wins (31-13-1) and a career-best .913 save percentage in 48 regular-season appearances during his first full season with Portland … Registered an 11-2-0 record over his first 13 starts of the season … Made 22 saves in his only shutout of the year on Oct. 20 against Everett … Stopped 46 of 48 shots faced on Oct. 8 at Spokane …  Made a season-high 47 saves on Dec. 28 vs. Tri-City … Posted a 13-2-0 record over his final 15 regular-season contests … Turned aside a postseason-high 45 shots on April 17 against Kelowna … Accrued a record of 13-5-3 in 21 postseason contests, helping Portland to the WHL Western Conference Championship before falling in the WHL Final to Kootenay.

2009-10: Split the season between the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks and the North American Hockey League’s Wenatchee Wild … Posted a 14-9-1 record with one shutout and a 3.41 GAA in 26 regular-season games in his first WHL campaign with Portland … Made a season-high 39 saves in his final regular-season game of the season on March 13 in Seattle … Recorded an 11-2-1 record over his final  15 tilts of the regular-season … Turned aside all 26 shots he faced on March 9 against Everett for the first shutout of his WHL career … Compiled a 5-4-0 mark in 11 WHL postseason contests … Stopped 36 shots three times … Went 11-4-0 with one shutout, a 2.42 GAA and a career-high .911 SV% in 16 games with Wenatchee.

2008-09:  Posted an 18-7-2 mark with a 3.04 GAA and a .904 SV% in 26 regular-season contests with the Wenatchee Wild of the NAHL in his inaugural junior campaign … Went 2-2 in five NAHL postseason contests.

International Career

Invited to USA Hockey’s 2011 National Junior Evaluation Camp.