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  Terry Denike
Terry Denike
Player Profile
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Burlington, Ont.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190

Position:
Goalie

Birthdate:
04/16/1981

Experience:
1L

Last Team:
Weyburn (SJHL)

Sophomore(2002-03): Appeared in 16 games, starting nine...Went 2-6-1 as a sophomore with a 3.84 G.A.A. and a .888 Save %...Victories were over Quinnipiac (10/11) and Mercyhurst 10/19).

Freshman(2001-02): Split time in net with Matt Violin throught the season...Appeared in 16 games, finishing 3-10 with a .888 save percentage and 3.60 goals-against average...Totaled a season-high and career-high 39 saves in a 4-1 victory over Alaska Fairbanks(10/27)...Ranked 16th among Central Collegiate Hockey Association goalies with a save percentage of .887.

Prior to LSSU: Played the 2000-01 season with the Weyburn Red Wings of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League(SJHL)...Set a league record for single-season shutouts with six, finished the season with eight...Led the Red Wings to the Western Canadien Finals, where they won the Anauet Cup...Starter on the SJHL Sherwood Conference All-Star Team...Won the top goaltender award for the SJHL...Named team MVP...Earned the Community Service Award...Played in 66 games in 2000-01, posting a 2.62 goals-against average, .908 saves percentage and a 46-17-3 record...Also played for Weyburn in 1998-99 and 1999-2000...Drafted in the fifth round(152nd overall) in the 2001 National Hockey League Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings.

Personal: Son of Tim and Debra Denike...Graduated from Weyburn Comprehensive School(Weyburn, Sask.) in 2000...Majoring in fire science...Enjoys movies...Born April 16, 1981.

Career Statistics

SeasonG.P.RecordGAASAVE %
2001-02245-13-03.59.888
2002-03162-6-13.84.888
Career407-19-13.74.881


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