Alex Stalock
Alex Stalock
Number: 32
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 190
Catches: Left
Born: Jul 28, 1987  (Age 28)
Birthplace: St. Paul, MN, United States
Drafted: SJS / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (112th overall)

2014-15: Stopped 19 shots in a 5-1 win vs. Colorado on April 1...Made 16 saves in a win on March 28 at Philadelphia...Registered his fourth career shutout on March 2 vs. Montreal...Started his first career game in his hometown of Minnesota, making 28 saves in a 4-3 overtime victory; Made his third consecutive start for the first time in his career, making 19 saves in a 2-1 win on Dec. 11 vs. MIN; became the first Minnesota native to record a win against the Wild...Stopped 25 shots and was named first star of the game on Dec. 9 vs. Edmonton...Made his first start since Nov. 8, making 22 saves on Dec. 7 vs. Edmonton...Made 42 saves in a 4-3 shootout loss on Oct. 16 at NY Islanders... Stopped all 30 shots he faced to earn his first shutout of the season on Oct. 11 vs. Winnipeg

2013-14: Finished 9th in the League in goals-against average (1.87) but did not play in enough games to qualify among the League leaders…Was named the Sharks nominee for the 2013-14 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy… Set a new Sharks franchise record for longest shutout streak, posting 178:55 of scoreless play from Jan. 5’s third period at Chicago to Jan. 27’s second period vs. Los Angeles… Posted his second consecutive shutout on Jan. 23 vs. Winnipeg…Recorded first career shutout on Jan. 16 at Florida…Stopped 33 shots and both shootout attempts for the win on Jan. 5 at Chicago…Made 44 saves and stopped all five shootout attempts for the win in his first career start at SAP Center on Dec. 21 vs. Dallas…Stopped 30 of 31 shots for the win on Nov. 15 at Edmonton…Earned his second win in his second start on Nov. 12 at Calgary…Stopped all 21 shots he faced in relief on Nov. 7 vs. Vancouver…In his first NHL start, made 38 saves in 5-2 win on Oct. 27 at Ottawa...Playoffs: Made his first career playoff start in Game 6 at Los Angeles on April 28…Stopped all 22 shots he faced in 39 minutes of relief in Game 5 vs. Los Angeles on April 26…Made four saves in relief in Game 4 at Los Angeles on April 24.

Played in his first full season after missing over a year due to a leg laceration… Recalled from Worcester on March 9 and made a relief appearance vs. St. Louis and allowed one goal in 15:34…Posted a 17-16-4 record with a 2.60 goals-against average and a .912 save percentage in 38 AHL games for Worcester…Set career highs in goals-against average and save percentage…With his 32-save shutout on April 9 at Bridgeport, he surpassed Thomas Greiss for first place all-time in wins in Worcester franchise history (his 75th win).

Played games in Worcester and Peoria of the American Hockey League this season…Earned a 31-save shutout with Peoria vs. San Antonio on April 1…Made his first appearance in a game after sustaining a major leg injury (on Feb. 3, 2011 for Stockton of the ECHL) on Jan. 21 and earned the win against Las Vegas…Posted a 5-1-0-0 record for Stockton…2010-11: Made his NHL debut with the Sharks trailing 3-0 vs. Phoenix on Feb. 1 and made nine saves en route to a 5-3 win…Reassigned to Worcester on Feb. 4 and was injured late in the game causing him to miss the remainder of the season (lower body)…Led Worcester (AHL) with 19 wins…Went 3-4 in the shootout (24 savesout- of-37)…Missed the final 29 games of season…Made 10 straight starts (6-3-1) from Nov. 21-Dec. 10.

Led AHL in wins and set a rookie record, surpassing Corey Hirsch (35)…Selected to AHL All-Rookie Team and to the 2010 AHL All-Star Game… Named Worcester MVP and Star of the Year…Named to The Hockey News East All- Rookie Team…Second in the AHL in minutes played and fourth in saves (1,522).Playoffs: Posted a 6-5 record.

Established team records for goals-against average (11th in nation), save percentage (.924 — 13th) and shutouts…Led the WCHA in intraconference goals-against average (2.39)… Led the nation in minutes played…Selected to the All-WCHA First Team…Named to the ACHA/Reebok All-America West Team…Led the Bulldogs to their first WCHA playoff championship in 24 years and helped the team to the NCAA West Regional Finals…Finished his collegiate career with the school records for goals-against average (2.48), save percentage (.910) and shutouts (nine).

2007-08: Appeared in 36 of team’s 39 games…Finished 23rd in the nation in goals-against average and ninth in minutes played.

2006-07: Led team in games played…Led all WCHA freshmen goaltenders in all major categories… Named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team…Led NCAA goaltenders with four assists.

2005-06: Named the USHL’s Player of the Week on Sept. 27…Finished the regular season leading the USHL in wins and save percentage (.931)…T-3rd in shutouts and sixth in goalsagainst average…Attended development camp for the U.S. World Jr. Team…Selected as one of the goaltenders to represent the U.S. in the Viking Cup…Earned an assist, leading Team USA to a third place finish…Named USHL Goaltender of the Month for November…Named the USHL’s Top Goaltender of the Year and to the RbK All-USHL First Team…Playoffs: Led all goaltenders in shots faced (281), fourth in save percentage (.918) and seventh in goals-against average.

2004-05: Made USHL debut with Cedar Rapids. Playoffs: Named USHL’s Clark Cup Playoffs Most Valuable Player…Other: Acquired from Sioux Falls in July 2004 in exchange for a second round pick in the 2005 USHL Draft…Originallyselected by Sioux Falls in the second round of the May 2004 USHL Draft (13th overall)…Backstopped South St. Paul High to semifinal of 2004 Minnesota Class A State Tournament and was named to All-Tournament Team for his efforts…Posted 2.00 goals-against average and .920 save percentage in six games at USA Hockey Select 17 Festival in July 2004.




1 y - ANA 82 46 25 11 218 192 103
2 x - LAK 82 48 28 6 225 195 102
3 x - SJS 82 46 30 6 241 210 98
4 ARI 82 35 39 8 209 245 78
5 CGY 82 35 40 7 231 260 77
6 VAN 82 31 38 13 191 243 75
7 EDM 82 31 43 8 203 245 70


2015-2016 PLAYOFFS
L. Couture 19 8 17 5 25
J. Pavelski 19 13 9 4 22
B. Burns 19 6 16 8 22
J. Thornton 19 3 15 5 18
P. Marleau 19 5 8 2 13
T. Hertl 19 6 5 8 11
J. Ward 19 6 5 2 11
M. Vlasic 19 1 10 11 11
J. Donskoi 19 5 5 2 10
C. Tierney 19 5 2 4 7
M. Jones 12 7 3 .919 2.17
J. Reimer 0 0 0 .857 2.07
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