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Cristobal Huet

39-Year-Old Goalie – Free Agent

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 205   DOB: 9/3/1975   BORN: St. Martin D'Heres, France   DRAFTED: 7th Rd, #214 Overall in 2001   Show ContractHide Contract

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Cristobal Huet Contract Information:

Huet signed a four-year deal with Laussane of the Swiss league in August of 2012.

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Huet will not return to the NHL this season. He has signed a four-year deal with Laussane of the Swiss league, reports The Globe and Mail.

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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2005-06 30 36 18 11 4 7 2.19 77 1085 1008 .929
2006-07 31 42 19 16 3 2 2.81 107 1280 1173 .916
2007-08 32 52 32 14 6 4 2.32 118 1479 1361 .920
2008-09 33 41 20 15 4 3 2.53 99 1087 988 .909
2009-10 34 48 26 14 4 4 2.50 114 1083 969 .895

Age is determined on October 1st of each season.

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Cristobal Huet: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Huet is looking to return to the NHL after spending the past two seasons in the Swiss League and the Canucks might have interest in him as a backup, the Vancouver Province reports.

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Huet was officially loaned to Fribourg-Gotteron SA of the Swiss National League A on Monday, the Chicago Tribune reports.

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The Blackhawks placed Huet on waivers Saturday, the Chicago Sun-Times' Adam Jahns reports.

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Coach Joel Quenneville confirmed Thursday that Huet will not be at training camp, the Chicago Daily Herald reports.

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The Blackhawks are close to a deal that would allow them to lend Huet to a Swiss team for a year, Chicago Breaking Sports reports.

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Huet came on in relief of starter Antti Niemi after two periods Saturday night against the Canucks. He stopped all three shots he faced.

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Huet will be on the bench again, the seventh straight game, on Wednesday night against the Blues, the Daily Herald reports.

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Huet will be on the bench again on Wednesday night as the Blackhawks go with Antti Niemi, ESPN-AM 1000 in Chicago reports.

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Huet allowed seven goals on 27 shots in Thursday's loss at Columbus. He was eventually pulled in the third period.

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Huet will get the start in goal on Thursday against the Blue Jackets, ESPN-AM 1000 in Chicago reports.

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Huet will be on the bench on Tuesday as the Blackhawks go with Antti Niemi in goal against the Coyotes, ESPN-AM 1000 reports.

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Huet (flu) was back at practice on Friday, the Daily Herald reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for Cristobal Huet.

2010-11

Sacrebleu! This affable Frenchman got the yips shortly after he hit the contract motherload and by the middle of last season, he was stapled to the pine as an $5.625 million back-up. The bottom line is simple. He's 35, has no consistency and his contract makes him unmovable. The Hawks are on the hook until the end of 2011-12 and Huet will spend that time in the AHL. The team needs the cap relief and minor-leaguer Corey Crawford only costs $750,000. You get the picture. Don't draft him.

2009-10

Huet could have been one of the reasons that Dale Tallon was fired. His signing could also be an albatross on the back of the Hawks and obviously pushed Nikolai Khabibulin out the door. The Bulin Wall might have gone anyways, but having Huet's contract on the books just made it a reality.

2008-09

Huet played for the Canadiens and Capitals last season, respectively for the No.1 and No.3 ranked teams from the Eastern Conference. He ranked 10th in the NHL with his 2.32 goals-against average, sixth with his .920 save percentage, and shared 11th with his 32 wins while making a career-high 52 appearances in goal. With the Blackhawks looking to make a playoff run this season, expect Huet to meet or exceed 52 appearances, and with a young, physical group of blueliners in front of him, his wins, save percentage and goals against should stay at their respectable levels.

2007-08

Huet had an injury-riddled season last year but remains the Habs' top goalie entering the 2007-08 season. With the addition of Roman Hamrlik the team's defense has improved but the offense is a concern. Wile wins won't exactly be plentiful, Huet's goals-against average and save percentage should be user friendly for roto owners making him a useful second fantasy goalie.

2006-07

Huet, a career backup, came out of nowhere to lead Montreal into the playoffs last year. Taking over from a sub par Jose Theodore, Huet started 37 games last year covering most of the second half of the season. Incredibly he racked up 7 shutouts in those 37 games. Add a scintillating .929 SV % and a measly 2.20 GAA and you can see what an amazing feat it truly was for a 30-year-old career No. 2 goalie. Fast forward to the 2006-07 season and Huet faces the biggest challenge of all -- proving that last year wasn't a fluke. Huet, who could go either way, is determined to prove he's the real thing. The defense in front of him is somewhat talented but lacks depth. Moreover the Habs may trade Sheldon Souray. Huet owners can only hope that the team gets a better defensive player back in any deal for Souray. As for the rest of the defense, the team will need Andrei Markov, Craig Rivet, and Matthieu Dandenault to stay healthy as little big man Francois Bouillon is out until December. Should recently acquired defender Janne Niinimaa return to his former level of play (before an ankle injury hobbled him the last couple of years) then Huet would have that much more to work with. As it looks now the defense is a little thin and a little soft.

2005-06

Cristobal Huet is hurt and has probably fallen out of favor with the team. The backup goaltender is not looked upon as a guy who can carry the load if Theodore gets hurt. Donít look for much in the way of production out of him this season.