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Angus Goodleaf

Goalie

#55

  • DOB: 3/6/1987
  • Ht: 6-2
  • Wt: 274
  • Shoots: LEFT
  • Years on Team: 2
  • School: Rochester (2017)
  • Hometown: Kahnawake
  • Drafted: 2007

He enters his ninth season in the NLL and sixth with Rochester… Named Rochester’s Teammate of the Year in back-to-back seasons (2016-17)… Made a career-high 49 saves in a 9-8 win over Georgia on 4/29/17; he moved into fourth place on the team’s all-time saves list (379)… Made a season-high 36 saves in a win at New England on 5/1/16… Made 27 saves and picked up the win in a relief appearance on 3/13/16… Appeared in his 50th game as a Knighthawk on 1/14/16… In 2015, he tied his career high with two wins… Won his first start of the season in a 32-save effort on 4/25/15… Stopped 11 of 12 shots in a win over Buffalo on 1/31/15… Won back-to-back Champion’s Cups (2013-14)… He finished the 2014 season with the highest save percentage in team history (.840) for goalies playing 50 or more minutes… Notched a career high in wins (2)… In his first start as a Knighthawk, he made 42 saves to earn his second win of the season on 4/5/14… Notched his second career win, in a 27-save effort, on 3/15/14… Won his first Champion’s Cup in 2013… Finished the season with a 0.00 goals-against average and a 1.000 save percentage with seven saves in 4:28 minutes in 2013… Made six saves in his Knighthawks’ debut on 2/9/13… Played three seasons with the Buffalo Bandits (2010-12)… In 2012, he notched a 13.37 goals-against average and a .708 save percentage… On 2/12/12, he made 15 saves on 18 shots in just over 20 relief minutes… Made a then career-high 46 saves in overtime loss to Washington on 4/2/2011, posting a .852 save percentage… Stopped 22 of 28 shots in relief of Mike Thompson in second round of playoffs on 5/7/11… Made his pro debut with Buffalo on 1/22/10 against Washington… Made 17 saves in 34:25 while allowing six goals… Earned first win against Philadelphia on 2/13/10… Was named Defensive Player of the Week for his effort as he stopped 37 of the 43 shots over the game's final 53 minutes, as the visiting Bandits came from behind to beat Philadelphia 13-11... Made his first playoff appearance in 2010, allowing no goals in approximately five minutes of playing time against Toronto on 5/1/2010... At the Junior “A” level, he was a member of the Six Nations Arrows in 2008 and led the team to a berth in the Ontario Finals… The previous season, he guided Burnaby to an appearance in the Minto Cup… Played for the Iroquois Nationals at the 2011 and 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, and won back-to-back silver medals… Played for the Iroquois in the Bowhunter Cup from 2011-12.

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