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John Grahame

39-Year-Old Goalie – Free Agent

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 220   DOB: 8/31/1975   BORN: Denver, Colorado   DRAFTED: 9th Rd, #229 Overall in 1994   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed through the 2011-12 season with the Islanders in March of 2012.

March 29, 2012  –  John Grahame News

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Grahame and the Islanders agreed to a contract for the rest of the 2011-2012 season, Islanders.NHL.com reports.

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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2005-06 30 57 29 22 1 5 3.06 161 1450 1290 .890
2006-07 31 28 10 13 2 0 2.85 72 702 630 .897
2007-08 32 17 5 7 1 0 3.75 53 424 371 .875

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John Grahame: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Grahame is expected to be returned to AHL Lake Erie on Sunday, the Denver Post reports.

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Grahame has been recalled from AHL Lake Erie, the Denver Post reports. Craig Anderson, the Avs' top netminder, took a temporary leave of absence from the team on Thursday for personal reasons.

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With the activation of starter Craig Anderson from IR, the Avs have returned Grahame to AHL Lake Erie, the Denver Post reports.

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The Avs will call up Grahame to replace the injured Craig Anderson on their active roster, the Denver Post reports.

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Grahame is perhaps a little more likely to get the call to replace Craig Anderson than Jason Bacashihua, according to the Denver Post reports.

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Grahame was waived Saturday, according to the Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch via Twitter.

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The Avalanche signed Grahame to a one-year contract on Friday, according to the Denver Post.

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The Avalanche signed Grahame to a contract on Tuesday, according to the Denver Post.

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Grahame has signed with Omsk of the Russian league, according to a story in Tuesday's Raleigh News & Observer.

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Grahame yielded five goals on 31 shots in Monday's loss to the Devils.

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Summoned late in the second period after another Cam Ward implosion, Grahame was solid in net on Saturday as the Hurricanes came from two goals down to beat Florida, 5-4.

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Another meltdown by Cam Ward brought Grahame some unexpected ice time on Saturday. Ward surrendered six goals in the first 35 minutes against the Devils, prompting Carolina skipper Peter Laviolette to call for Grahame to finish the game. Grahame responded by turning aside all six of the shots he faced in 25:19 of game time, but by then, the damage was done; the Devils won, 6-1.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for John Grahame.

2013-14

This player will have no fantasy value in 2013-14 and can be ignored in all formats.

2012-13

Grahame was signed by the Isles last season due to a rash of injuries at the goaltending position, but did not appear in a game. He will have difficulty making the team this year and his long career could be coming to a close. He has not played in an NHL game since the 2007-08 season.

2010-11

Grahame is currently third on the Avs' goalie depth chart, behind Craig Anderson and Peter Budaj. The 34-year-old Grahame appeared in 26 AHL games last season - 14 with the Lake Erie Monsters and 12 with the Adirondack Phantoms. He was a combined 6-17-3 with a 3.17 GAA between the two teams. Grahame has not played in the NHL since 2007-08 when he was with Carolina. Both Anderson and Budaj would have to be sidelined with injuries in order for Grahame to see any significant time with the Avs this season.

2007-08

Grahame is a capable, veteran goaltender who finds himself in the #2 position on the depth chart because of (1) the organization's commitment to Cam Ward as its goalie of the future, and (2) Grahame's own inability to capitalize on the opportunities presented by Ward's frequent meltdowns last season. Grahame had the chance to seize the #1 job on several occasions, but could never answer with a strong outing. He will have more chances this season, and if he can wrest the job away from Ward, he'll be a good fantasy value. But that's a gamble we can't endorse, given what we've seen.

2006-07

The biggest questions for Grahame as the season unfolds are (1) whether he can unseat Cam Ward for the starting netminder's job, and (2) if not, how he'll take being #2. We think Ward is the real thing, and will relegate Grahame to a role he won't enjoy -- not a formula for fantasy (or on-ice) success.

2005-06

Grahame has long maintained that he should be an NHL starter and last season, he showed his hyperbole to be true. At times, his play was much better than starter Nikolai Khabibulin fueling a netminding controversy in the state of Florida. This season, the rubber will have to hit the road for Grahame, who will be pushed by the talented yet enigmatic Sean Burke. We think he'll pull it off and surprise a lot of people around the NHL. At worst, you're looking at a platoon situation with the team playing the hottest hand. Go get him, and reap the rewards.

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