|June 16 1:41 PM PT2:41 PM MT3:41 PM CT4:41 PM ET20:41 GMT4:41 AM 北京时间1:41 PM MST3:41 PM EST0:41 UAE (+1)16:41 ET - Grubauer has signed a $1.5 million, two-year contract to stay with the Capitals and hopes to be Braden Holtby's backup next season. ''That's the goal, to be a starter in the NHL and it's got to start with the backup job,'' Grubauer said in conference call on Tuesday. ''I want to take the next step.''
Analysis: The 23-year-old played 49 games with Hershey of the American Hockey League last season and one regular season game with Washington. Grubauer won Game 2 of the Capitals' first-round playoff series against the New York Islanders, becoming the first German-born goalie to start an NHL playoff game.
|June 15 10:04 AM PT11:04 AM MT12:04 PM CT1:04 PM ET17:04 GMT1:04 AM 北京时间10:04 AM MST12:04 PM EST21:04 UAE13:04 ET - Grubauer has signed a $1.5 million, two-year contract to stay with the Washington Capitals. The team announced the deal Monday. It will pay Grubauer $650,000 next season, then $850,000 in the 2016-17 season.
Analysis: The 23-year-old Grubauer won Game 2 of the Capitals' first-round playoff series against the New York Islanders, becoming the first German-born goalie to start an NHL playoff game. He has appeared in 20 career games for the Capitals, going 7-6-5 with a 2.44 goals-against average and a .924 save percentage.
|Apr. 28 3:43 PM PT4:43 PM MT5:43 PM CT6:43 PM ET22:43 GMT6:43 AM 北京时间3:43 PM MST5:43 PM EST2:43 UAE (+1)18:43 ET - After helping the Washington Capitals win their first-round playoff series against the New York Islanders, Grubauer has been re-assigned to Hershey of the American Hockey League. The move was announced Tuesday, a day after the Capitals eliminated the Islanders with a 2-1 victory in Game 7.
Analysis: On April 17, Grubauer was called up from the minors and became the first German-born goalie to start in the NHL playoffs, replacing an ill Braden Holtby in the Capitals' 4-3 victory in Game 2.
|Feb. 7 9:42 AM PT10:42 AM MT11:42 AM CT12:42 PM ET17:42 GMT1:42 AM 北京时间10:42 AM MST12:42 PM EST21:42 UAE12:42 ET - Grubauer stopped 23 shots in his first NHL action of the season as the Capitals defeated the Ducks 3-2 for their third straight victory Friday.
Analysis: The 23-year-old Grubauer is 16-9-4 with four shutouts and a 2.03 goals-against average for Hershey this season, including Sunday's 2-0 win against Norfolk. He appeared in 17 games for the Capitals last season, going 6-5-5 with a 2.38 goals against.