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Jonas Hiller

34-Year-Old Goalie – Free Agent

2015-16 NHL Stats

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3.51

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.879

2015-16 NHL Projections

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2015-16 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

The Flames have their own three-headed monster in net, as Hiller, Karri Ramo, and Joni Ortio are all on one-way deals. Hiller and Ramo toiled together in 2014-15, with Hiller getting the majority of the starts along with three playoff wins. But Ramo won two in the postseason...

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 2"   WT: 191   DOB: 2/12/1982   BORN: Felben Wellhausen, Switzerland   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Hiller signed a three-year contract to play in Switzerland for EHC Biel in April of 2016.

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Hiller signed a three-year contract Tuesday to play in Switzerland for EHC Biel, Sportsnet reports.

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Jonas Hiller NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2007-08 25 23 10 7 1 0 2.06 42 578 536 .927
2008-09 26 46 23 15 1 4 2.39 99 1217 1118 .919
2009-10 27 59 30 23 4 2 2.73 152 1860 1708 .918
2010-11 28 NHL ANH 49 26 16 3 5 2.56 114 1493 1379 .924
2011-12 29 NHL ANH 73 29 30 12 4 2.57 182 2021 1839 .910
2012-13 30 NHL ANH 26 15 6 4 1 2.36 59 675 616 .913
2013-14 31 NHL ANH 50 29 13 7 5 2.48 120 1348 1228 .911
2014-15 32 NHL CGY 52 26 19 4 1 2.36 113 1376 1263 .918
2015-16 33 NHL CGY 26 9 11 1 1 3.51 79 654 575 .879
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Time On Ice Stats

51:57

Average Time On Ice in 2015-16

During an average game, Jonas Hiller was on the ice for 51:57.

4:42

Average Power Play Time On Ice in 2015-16

During an average game, Jonas Hiller was on the ice for 4:42 during power plays.

Year Ice Time Power Play Ice Time
2013-14 58:11 6:15
2014-15 55:13 5:34
2015-16 51:57 4:42

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2015-16 NHL Game Log   Jonas Hiller
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Jonas Hiller: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Calgary general manager Brad Treliving has told Hiller the Flames will not bring him back next season, Eric Francis of the Calgary Sun reports.

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Hiller was pulled after giving up three goals on five shots in just 6:51 of ice time in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to Anaheim.

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Hiller will draw the start in Wednesday's game against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.

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Hiller stopped 21 of 24 shots in Monday's loss to the Maple Leafs.

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Hiller is slated to start Monday's game against the Maple Leafs, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.

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Hiller's awful 2015-16 campaign continued in kind Thursday, as he allowed five goals on 34 shots during a 6-3 loss in Buffalo.

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Hiller will be rolled out between the pipes Thursday for a road start against the Sabres, Roger Millions of Sportsnet reports.

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Hiller was lackluster in a 5-3 loss to Philadelphia on Monday, allowing four goals on 28 shots. The fifth was an empty-netter.

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Hiller will start in net Monday against the Flyers, Roger Millions of Sportsnet Calgary reports.

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Hiller stopped 28 of the 33 shots he faced in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Ducks.

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Hiller will be between the pipes in Sunday's road game against the Ducks, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The FAN reports.

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Hiller stopped 26 of 28 shots in Friday's win over Vancouver.

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2015-16

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2014-15

Hiller had a solid regular season for the Ducks in 2013-14, amassing a 29-13-7 record to accompany his 2.48 goals against average. But after a second-half swoon, Hiller was replaced by Frederik Andersen and John Gibson in the playoffs, with Anaheim ultimately moving on from Hiller in the offseason. If he can recapture his first-half form, Hiller won't have much trouble taking the No. 1 goalie spot in Calgary. He will, however, have to beat out Karri Ramo, whose game improved significantly in the last couple months of the past season. Hiller is more likely to get the No. 1 spot, although he will likely assume something of a timeshare with Ramo toward the beginning of the season. Still, being a No. 1 goalie in Calgary is a tough gig, so his numbers will reflect that.

2013-14

Hiller finished with solid numbers in 2012-13, but it was sketchy early on when Euro-sensation Viktor Fasth outplayed him, sending the incumbent to the pine. He's heading into a contract year and will be highly motivated by the February re-signing of Fasth, who will continue to push him for playing time. The southpaw will want to prove he's a top-10 netminder again. It's possible, but you'd better handcuff the two quackers together, just in case.

2012-13

The good news? Hiller played a full season without vertigo. The bad news? Hiller played almost a full season in net last year -- he started a whopping 73 games for the underachieving Ducks and it affected his stats. The underachieving part is important to note -- his teammates cannot possibly be as bad as they were last season, so expect an uptick in his deliverables. They improve and he improves. And Victor Fasth's arrival from Sweden should give the team an opportunity to give Hiller a bit more rest. Will Hiller deliver top-10 numbers across the board? Probably not. But top-15 is possible and that's good enough to give most fantasy owners a solid foundation for their season.

2011-12

Hiller posted a 26-16-3 stat line in 49 games played (46 starts) for the Ducks last season while carrying a 2.56 GAA and a career-best .924 save percentage. Health is a major factor for Hiller entering the 2011-12 campaign as he has been dealing with vertigo and it remains to be seen if he can completely shake the symptoms. At press time, the reports have Hiller returning 100 percent healthy, however, it would be wise to temper expectations until more is known. If he proves that he's symptom-free during camp, Hiller could be a nice mid-round value given the quality of the club skating in front of him.

2010-11

There is no longer any doubt in Anaheim that Hiller will be the number one goaltender. He has certainly earned that spot. During the last three seasons, he recorded save percentages of .927, .919, and .918. The Ducks will need that type of performance this year as there are sill question marks within the team defense that last year forced him to face 33.4 shots a night. In addition, his backup goaltender is not the same caliber as a Jean-Sebastian Giguere, so he will need to do the heavy lifting to get his team back into contention. The potential is certainly there for him to put up All-Star numbers and to give his team a chance to win every night.

2009-10

Where would the Ducks have been without Hiller last season? Starting goaltender J. S. Giguere was just never able to find a rhythm and Hiller came along and took the starting job and may not be giving it back. Hiller excelled in the playoffs against Detroit and San Jose almost leading Anaheim to the Western Conference finals. If Hiller can show this form again, it could lead to Anaheim trading Giguere to provide space under the cap. If Giguere is not traded than it is hard to see Hiller playing more than 50 games as Giguere would not be given up on by the organization.

2008-09

Hiller played in just 23 games last season, but flashed potential No. 1 goaltender ability with a 2.06 GAA and a .927 save percentage after replacing Ilya Bryzgalov. Hiller won't supplant J.S Giguere as the top goalie in Anaheim, but if he ever gets an opportunity he is someone you can probably get late in your draft with plenty of upside. His talent warrants consideration for your roster as an end-game option, as does the strength of the team skating in front of him when he does get the chance to suit up. Look for him to receive something along the lines of 20-25 starts if Giguere stays healthy.