Tuesday , August 3 2021

Flyers claim that the goalkeeper Mike McKenna has rejected the refusals

Philadelphia Flyers announced that they claimed that goalkeeper Mike McKenna had given up his cancellation from Vancouver Canucks, according to executive vice president / general manager Chuck Fletcher.

Below are McKenna's career news and notes:

DESCRIPTION: 2002 (6th round, 172nd overall) – Nashville Predators
Age: 35 (4-11-1983) | Born: St. Louis, Missouri
VITALI: 6? 2 ", 183 pounds PERMITS: Right

* McKenna recently bought Vancouver Canucks in trading with senators in Ottawa on January 2.

* He appeared in 10 competitions for Ottawa this season, announcing a record 1-4-1 to go with 3.96 goals – an average of 897% savings percentage … He stopped 34 of 37 shots with a victory over 4-3 Flyers on November 27.

* He also appeared in six matches for AHL's Senators, Senators at Belleville, where he recorded a 3-3-0 record with 2.72 GAA and .914 savings.

* During his six-year career in the NHL, McKenna has a record of 7-16-3 with a 3.58 GAA and 8,992 savings in 34 appearances with Tampa Bay Molling (2008-09), New Jersey Devils (2010-11), Columbus Blue Jackets (2013-14), Arizona Coyotes (2014-15), Dallas Stars (2017-18) and Senators (2018-19).

* In her career at AHL, Mekena appeared in 467 career games of 226-175-25 with 27 closures and a lifetime of 2.77 GAA and 913%.

* He also hampered his team to the Caldera Cup final in each of the last two seasons: went 14-8 with 2.41 GAA and 927% savings for the Texas Stars (Dallas Stars) in 2018 and had a record of 13-9 with 2.68 GAA and .911 savings percentage for Syracuse crisis (Tampa Bay Lightning) in 2017.

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