NHL Season Preview: Rookie Goalies To Watch

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Drew MacIntyre 

He never got a shot in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, but the 31 year old veteran AHL goaltender has found a new

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organization to call home and there is definitely some room to move up the ranks.

After a stellar year between the Toronto Marlies pipes posting a 2.53 goals against average and .917 save percetange with a 29-15-3 record, had not trouble finding a new home. He’s bounced all over from different teams in different leagues but has never played more than 2 games a season in the NHL.

He’s signed with the Carolina Hurricanes and right now fits the bill as the third string goaltender. However, with some questionable starters in front of him in Cam Ward and Anton Khudobin, there is definitely a chance he’ll see some decent NHL minutes next season for the first time.