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Mike Bales
Mike Bales
Position Goaltender
Shot Left
Height
Weight
6 ft 01 in (1.85 m)
187 lb (85 kg)
DEL Team
F. Teams
Straubing Tigers
Boston Bruins
Ottawa Senators
Belfast Giants (ISL)
ERC Ingolstadt (DEL)
Leksands IF (Elitserien)
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born August 6 1971 (1971-08-06) (age 45),
Prince Albert, SK, CAN
NHL Draft 105th overall, 1990
Boston Bruins
Pro Career 1991 – present

Michael Raymond "Mike" Bales (born August 6, 1971 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a goaltender who played for the Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators in the National Hockey League. He attended the Ohio State University, lettering with the Buckeyes from 1990 to 1992, and was drafted by Boston in the fifth round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He played in the NHL for parts of four seasons, accumulating a record of 2–15–1 and a GAA of 4.13 in 23 games. He has one son William (*2002) and twins Alexander and Alexa (*2006).

CareerEdit

Bales' entire career as a Boston Bruin consists of 25 minutes played in one game against the New Jersey Devils on January 9, 1993, during which he gave up one goal. His busiest NHL season was 1995–96, when he appeared in 20 games for Ottawa.

In recent years Bales has been active in the European ice hockey leagues, beginning with the Belfast Giants in the Ice Hockey Superleague in 2001. He then moved to the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany for ERC Ingolstadt and then to the Elitserien in Sweden for Leksands IF. Since 2004 he has played for the Straubing Tigers where he scored his first career goal during the 2005–06 season with the Tigers.

TransactionsEdit

  • Selected by Boston Bruins in fifth round (fourth Bruins pick, 105th overall) of National Hockey League entry draft, June 16, 1990.
  • Signed as free agent by Ottawa Senators, July 4, 1994.
  • Signed as free agent by Buffalo Sabres, September 9, 1997.
  • Signed as free agent by Dallas Stars (two year contract), July 8, 1998.

Statistics Edit

SeasonTeamLgeGPGAPIMMinGASOGAAWLTSvsPctGPGAPIM
1989–90 Ohio State University NCAA 21 0 1 2 1117 95 0 5.10 6 13 2 0 0.000
1990–91 Ohio State University NCAA 39 0 4 18
1991–92 Ohio State University NCAA 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.000
1992–93 Providence Bruins AHL 44 0 1 6 2363 166 1 4.21 22 17 0 1135 0.872 2 0 0 0
1992–93 Boston Bruins NHL 1 0 0 0 25 1 0 2.40 0 0 0 9 0.900 ----
1993–94 Providence Bruins AHL 33 0 1 8 1757 130 0 4.44 9 15 4 816 0.863 ----
1994–95 Prince Edward Island Senators AHL 45 0 3 4 2649 160 2 3.62 25 16 3 1335 0.893 9 0 0 2
1994–95 Ottawa Senators NHL 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 1 1.000 ----
1995–96 Prince Edward Island Senators AHL 2 0 0 0 118 11 0 5.58 0 2 0 51 0.823 ----
1995–96 Ottawa Senators NHL 20 0 0 2 1040 72 0 4.15 2 14 1 488 0.871 ----
1996–97 Baltimore Bandits AHL 46 0 2 20 2544 130 3 3.07 13 21 8 1156 0.899 ----
1996–97 Ottawa Senators NHL 1 0 0 0 52 4 0 4.62 0 1 0 14 0.778 ----
1997–98 Rochester Americans AHL 39 0 0 6 2229 127 0 3.42 13 19 5 1060 0.893 ----
1998–99 Michigan K-Wings IHL 32 0 2 16 1773 96 1 3.25 11 17 3 859 0.899 ----
1999–2000 Michigan K-Wings IHL 25 0 0 0 1341 56 0 2.50 9 9 5 647 0.920 ----
2000–01 Utah Grizzlies IHL 50 0 5 10 2697 111 5 2.47 22 19 3 1193 0.915 ----
2001–02 Belfast Giants BISL 34 0 3 10 1996 77 0 2.31 0 0 0 888 0.920 5 0 0 0
2002–03 ERC Ingolstadt DEL 47 0 0 6 1323 58 1 2.63 0 0 0 668 0.920 ----
2003–04 Leksands IF SEL 23 0 1 2 1354 66 0 2.92 0 0 0 584 0.898 ----
2004–05 Straubing Tigers 2.GBun 45 0 1 2 2741 111 3 2.43 0 0 0 0 0.000
2005–06Straubing Tigers2.GBun100----

NHL game logEdit

  • Selected by Boston Bruins in NHL Entry Draft.
  • 01/09/93: - (25m41s, 9/10) 2–6 defeat vs. New Jersey (Terreri) [Replaced Blue].
  • Signed as free agent by Ottawa Senators.
  • 02/02/95: - (2m36s, 1/1) 4–6 defeat at Boston (Lacher) [Replaced Beaupre, replaced by Beaupre].
  • 10/13/95: - (20m, 8/10) 2–6 defeat at Florida (Fitzpatrick) [Replaced Beaupre].
  • 10/28/95: L (59m, 24/27) 1–4 defeat vs. Florida (Fitzpatrick).
  • 11/04/95: L (35m02s, 5/6) 4–5 defeat vs. Hartford (Reese) [Replaced Beaupre].
  • 11/09/95: L (60m, 47/51) 3–4 defeat at Boston (Lacher, Billington).
  • 11/16/95: L (45m59s, 26/31) 3–5 defeat at Philadelphia (Hextall) [Replaced by Beaupre].
  • 11/22/95: L (60m, 35/42) 2–7 defeat at Pittsburgh (Barrasso).
  • 11/25/95: T (65m, 37/40) 3–3 OT tie vs. Boston (Bailey).
  • 12/07/95: W (60m, 38/40) 5–2 victory at Chicago (Belfour).
  • 12/12/95: L (60m, 22/24) 1–2 defeat at San Jose (Terreri).
  • 12/13/95: L (60m, 38/44) 2–6 defeat at Los Angeles (Hrudey).
  • 12/17/95: L (59m23s, 24/28) 1–4 defeat at Vancouver (>McLean) [Replaced by Beaupre, replaced Beaupre]
  • 12/27/95: W (60m, 26/29) 4–3 victory at Buffalo (Biron).
  • 12/30/95: L (60m, 23/27) 1–4 defeat vs. Montreal (Thibault).
  • 01/06/96: L (60m, 24/29) 4–5 defeat at NY Islanders (Soderstrom).
  • 01/13/96: L (60m, 37/41) 1–4 defeat at Tampa Bay (Puppa).
  • 01/22/96: L (40m, 11/16) 3–7 defeat vs. Chicago (Hackett) [Replaced by Beaupre].
  • 02/08/96: - (40m, 10/13) 2–6 defeat at Winnipeg (Khabibulin) [Replaced Rhodes].
  • 03/19/96: - (20m, 5/6) 2–5 defeat at Florida (Vanbiesbrouck) [Replaced Rhodes].
  • 03/21/96: L (60m, 29/32) 1–3 defeat at Boston (Ranford).
  • 03/29/96: L (60m, 19/24) 0–5 defeat at Washington (Carey).
  • 02/26/97: L (51m44s, 14/18) 5–8 defeat vs. Philadelphia (Snow) [Replaced Tugnutt].

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