Jeff Glass

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Jeff Glass
Jeff Glass 2012-11-22 Amur—Sibir KHL-game.jpeg
Born (1985-11-19) November 19, 1985 (age 28)
Calgary, AB, CAN
Height 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Weight 206 lb (93 kg; 14 st 10 lb)
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
KHL team
Former teams
CSKA Moscow
KHL
Barys Astana
Sibir Novosibirsk
Spartak Moscow
AHL
Binghamton Senators
ECHL
Charlotte Checkers
National team  Canada
NHL Draft 89th overall, 2004
Ottawa Senators
Playing career 2005–present

Jeff Glass (born November 19, 1985) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He is currently playing for CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). Glass was selected by the Ottawa Senators in the 3rd round (89th overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. He joined their minor league affiliate and played several years with the organization before leaving as a free agent to join Barys Astana in 2009. Glass signed with Spartak Moscow before season 2013-2014, but because of financial problems he was sold to CSKA Moscow in January 2014.

Playing career[edit]

Glass spent his junior career with the Kootenay Ice of the Western Hockey League (WHL), spending three seasons with the team from 2002-2005. At the conclusion of the 2004-05 season, Glass won the Del Wilson Trophy as the WHL's top goaltender, was named to the WHL First All-Star team, and was named CHL Goaltender of the Year as the best goaltender in Canadian major-junior hockey. That year, Glass was also named starting goaltender for Canada at the 2005 World Junior Championships in North Dakota. Glass went 5-0 with a 1.40 goals against average (GAA), backstopping Canada to its first gold medal at the tournament since 1997.[1]

Glass was drafted by the Ottawa Senators in the third round, 89th overall, of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. After his stellar 2004-05 campaign, he signed a three year entry level contract with the Senators. He spent the majority of the 2005-06 season with the Senators' East Coast Hockey League affiliate, the Charlotte Checkers, before securing a full-time job with the Senators' top minor-league affiliate, the American Hockey League's Binghamton Senators, in 2006-07. For the next three seasons Glass shared time in Binghamton with Kelly Guard and Brian Elliott, compiling a record of 42-67-9.

After the 2008-09 season Glass became a free agent and on 30 August 2009, he signed an undisclosed deal with the KHL's Barys Astana.[2] Glass had a stellar 2009-10 campaign with Astana, posting a 19-11-4 record with a 2.87 GAA and .918 save percentage. Astana lost its first round playoff series to the eventual Gagarin Cup champions, Ak Bars Kazan.[3]

Career stats[edit]

Regular season[edit]

   
Season Team League GP W L T/OTL MIN GA GAA SV% SO
2002-03 Kootenay Ice WHL 35 15 16 3 1884 77 2.45 .909 4
2003-04 Kootenay Ice WHL 57 26 20 6 3263 128 2.35 .911 5
2004-05 Kootenay Ice WHL 51 34 11 5 3061 90 1.76 .932 8
2005-06 Charlotte Checkers ECHL 39 19 15 4 2221 119 3.22 .907 2
2005-06 Binghamton Senators AHL 6 1 4 0 312 20 3.85 .883 0
2006-07 Binghamton Senators AHL 43 9 24 2 2174 149 4.11 .888 1
2007-08 Binghamton Senators AHL 45 15 20 4 2313 111 2.88 .913 2
2008-09 Binghamton Senators AHL 41 17 19 3 2219 119 3.22 .903 0
2009-10 Barys Astana KHL 41 19 11 4 2113 101 2.87 .918 1
2010-11 Barys Astana KHL 23 7 9 4 1240 61 2.95 .911 1
2011-12 Barys Astana KHL 28 12 12 2 1546 83 3.22 .904 1
2012-13 Sibir Novosibirsk KHL 38 16 11 8 2198 74 2.02 .933 4
KHL totals 128 54 43 18 7097 319 2.70 .918 7
AHL totals 135 42 67 9 7018 399 3.41 .900 3
WHL totals 143 75 47 14 8208 295 2.16 .918 17

Playoffs[edit]

   
Season Team League GP W L MIN GA GAA SV% SO
2002-03 Kootenay Ice WHL 9 4 5 643 23 2.15 .921 0
2003-04 Kootenay Ice WHL 4 0 4 239 14 3.51 .878 0
2004-05 Kootenay Ice WHL 16 10 6 1027 39 2.28 .916 0
2005-06 Charlotte Checkers ECHL 3 1 2 178 11 3.71 .875 0
2009-10 Barys Astana KHL 3 0 3 223 10 2.69 .929 0
2010-11 Barys Astana KHL 2 0 2 119 6 3.02 .910 0
2012-13 Sibir Novosibirsk KHL 7 3 4 407 12 1.77 .941 2
KHL totals 12 3 9 749 28 2.24 .932 2
WHL totals 29 14 15 1909 76 2.39 .913 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WJHC History (Gold) - 2005". TSN. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 
  2. ^ "List of NHL Players to KHL". KHL.net. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 
  3. ^ "Gagarin Cup stays in Kazan". IIHF. 2010-05-01. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 

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