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Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers
Jeff Deslauriers
With the 2010–11 Oklahoma City Barons
Position Goaltender
Catches Right
Height
Weight
6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
201 lb (91 kg)
NHL Team (P)
Cur. Team
F. Teams
Anaheim Ducks
Syracuse Crunch (AHL)
Edmonton Oilers
Born May 15 1984 (1984-05-15) (age 32),
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, CAN
NHL Draft 31st overall, 2002
Edmonton Oilers
Pro Career 2004 – present


Jeffrey Drouin-Deslauriers (born May 15, 1984) is a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender, who currently plays for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was selected by the Edmonton Oilers in the second round of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft with the 31st overall pick.

Playing career Edit

Early years Edit

Deslauriers was selected from Chicoutimi of the QMJHL, where he was the starting goaltender for three seasons. The 2004-05 season was Deslauriers' first professional experience. He split time between the Edmonton Road Runners of the AHL and the Greenville Grrrowl of the ECHL. It was not a good season for Deslauriers, as he fought injury problems, and played for an AHL team that failed to make the playoffs. In the 2005-06 season, due to the Oilers not having a farm team, Deslauriers only played 13 games and struggled, before being sent down once again to the Grrrowl. The 2006-07 season was a turnaround, however. Deslauriers was back in the AHL with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, and eventually became the team's starting goaltender. He played well, and ranked among the top goaltenders in the league.

Jef Delauriers

Deslauriers in an Edmonton Oilers uniform in 2009

On October 17, 2008, Deslauriers earned his first NHL win in a 4-3 victory over the Calgary Flames. Over the course of his first four appearances, he put up sparkling numbers, including a 3-0 record with a 1.50 GAA and a .951 save percentage. However, after two games where he allowed four goals or more, and as a result of the three-headed goaltending carousel of Dwayne Roloson and Mathieu Garon, he has been relegated to the bench and occasional rehab stints in the AHL. With the trade of Garon to the Pittsburgh Penguins, however, he regained his full-time backup position as Edmonton's number two goalie.

Recent Edit

Following the 2008-09 NHL Season, Roloson left the Oilers via free-agency, and the Oilers replaced him with veteran goalie Nikolai Khabibulin. Deslauriers was to be his back-up, and he started off the season with limited playing time. He played just three times in Edmonton's first 21 games, but posted respectable stats, going 1-1-1 with a 1.96 goals against average and a .937 save percentage. Shortly after his 3rd start, Khabibulin was injured and Deslauriers went on to start 14 straight games in his absence, but with less impressive statistics. In January 2010, the Oilers announced that Khabibulin would undergo season ending surgery, thrusting Deslauriers into the starting role. After an unspectacular year as the Oilers number one goalie, Deslauriers had to battle in training camp for the back-up role against Devan Dubnyk and former NHLer Martin Gerber. At first the Oilers decided to keep both Dubnyk and Deslauriers, though Deslauriers did not receive any playing time. On November 1, 2010, Deslauriers was placed on waivers leaving Devan Dubnyk as the primary backup for the Oilers. Deslauriers was assigned to the Oklahoma City Barons where he was the number two goalie behind Gerber.

Deslauriers played for Team Canada at the 2010 Spengler Cup where he was named top goaltender.

Anaheim DucksEdit

On July 12, 2011, Deslauriers signed a two-year contract with the Anaheim Ducks. [1]

Career statistics Edit

Season Team League GP Min W L T/OTL GA GAA SV% SO
2001–02 Chicoutimi Sagueneens QJMHL 51 2909 28 20 1 170 3.51 .900 1
2002–03 Chicoutimi Sagueneens QJMHL 49 2582 18 24 1 164 3.81 .888 0
2003–04 Chicoutimi Sagueneens QJMHL 50 2701 21 20 6 129 2.87 .916 1
2004–05 Edmonton Roadrunners AHL 22 1258 6 13 2 62 2.96 .888 0
2004–05 Greenville Grrrowl ECHL 11 673 7 3 1 26 2.32 .940 1
2005–06 Hamilton Bulldogs AHL 13 666 4 7 0 35 3.15 .897 0
2005–06 Greenville Grrrowl ECHL 6 335 2 4 0 17 3.05 .899 0
2006–07 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins AHL 40 2231 22 12 3 92 2.47 .908 4
2007–08 Springfield Falcons AHL 57 3045 26 23 5 147 2.90 .912 0
2008–09 Edmonton Oilers NHL 10 540 4 3 0 30 3.34 .901 0
2008–09 Springfield Falcons AHL 5 286 1 4 0 13 2.73 .906 0
2009–10 Edmonton Oilers NHL 45 2550 15 26 3 134 3.15 .902 3
NHL Totals 53 3031 19 28 3 161 3.19 .901 3

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