Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Blackhawks
Mac Carruth
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MacCarruth
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
CATCHES: Left
WEIGHT: 190
BIRTHDATE: 03/25/1992
AGE: 22
BIRTHPLACE: Salt Lake City, UT, USA
DRAFTED: CHI: 2010-191 overall

2013-14: Spilt the season between the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs and the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye and Florida Everblades ... Posted a 2-2-1 record with a 3.36 goals-against average and .880 save percentage in seven regular- season games with Rockford in his professional debut ... Registered his first professional win on Dec. 14 vs. Charlotte ... Made his professional debut on Nov. 23 at Charlotte ... Earned an 8-15-0 mark, with one shutout, a 3.36 GAA and .898 SV% in 25 regular-season appearances with Toledo ... Turned aside all 30 shots faced in his second ECHL game on Oct. 26 vs. Wheeling, marking his first ECHL shutout ... Made a season-high 37 saves on Nov. 9 at Florida ... Tallied a 2-4-1 record with a 3.45 GAA and .874 SV% in seven regular-season games with Florida ... Stopped all 20 shots faced on March 29 vs. Cincinnati for his second shutout of the season.

2012-13: Set franchise goaltending records with the Western Hockey League's Portland Winterhawks, including total career wins (117), career- (11) and single-season shutouts (7) and single-season save percentage (.929) ... His career-best .929 SV% ranked third in the league ... Ranked second in the league with a career-best 2.06 GAA ... Won his first nine starts of the season from Oct. 10-Nov. 11 ... Made 54 saves to record consecutive shutouts on Dec. 31 and Jan. 9 ... Helped Portland win the Ed Chynoweth Cup in the team's third consecutive WHL Final appearance ... Recorded a 16-5 postseason record, led the league with a career-best 1.63 GAA and ranked third with a .937 SV% ... Shared the league lead with five shutouts, second-most for a single postseason in league history ... Backstopped Portland to within one win of the Memorial Cup Final ... Finished the tournament with a 3-2-0 record, 3.61 GAA and .889 SV% ... Paced tournament goaltenders with five games, 299 minutes played and 152 saves.

2011-12: Shared the league lead with a team- and career-high 42 wins (42-17-2) in 63 regular-season games with Portland ... Posted a 2.96 GAA and .904 SV% ... Ranked fourth in the league with 3,592 minutes played and sixth with 1,839 saves ... Collected two shutouts ... Tallied a career-high three assists and 27 penalty minutes ... Helped backstop the Winterhawks to the WHL Final ... Logged a 15-7 record in 22 postseason appearances, with a 2.89 GAA and .918 SV% ... Paced the league with a playoff career-high 718 saves ... Shared the WHL playoff lead with two shutouts ... Led the league with 1,328 postseason minutes played.

2010-11: Posted a team-high 31 wins (31-13-1) and .913 SV% 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 vs. Everett ... 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 13-8 in 21 postseason contests, helping Portland win the WHL Western Conference Championship before falling in the WHL Final to Kootenay.