34 Alex Lyon

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Name
Alex Lyon
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Goaltender
Date of Birth
December 9, 1992
Hometown
Baudette, MN
Age
25
Height
6'1"
Weight
200
Current Team
LV
  • Years Pro: 4th Season
  • 2018-19 Stats:
    • Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL) 39 GP, 19-17-3, 2.74 GAA, .916 Save %
    • Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 2 GP, 0-1-0, 5.08 GAA, .806 Save %

— Lehigh Valley’s All-Time leader in games played, wins, saves, and shutouts for a goaltender
— Named the Phantoms IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year for his outstanding contributions to the Lehigh Valley community
— Career-high 49 saves (regular season) in shootout win vs. Rochester on January 19, 2019
— Became Lehigh Valley Phantoms All-Time wins leader on January 6, 2019 passing Anthony Stolarz. Now sits 5th in Phantoms overall history.
— Signed a two-year contract extension with the Flyers on July 7, 2018
— Established Phantoms franchise record with 94 saves on 5OT 2-1 win at Charlotte on May 9/10, 2018 (Atlantic Division Finals Game #4)
— Earned first career NHL win on February 18, 2018 in relief of Michal Neuvirth (Philadelphia at NY Rangers, 25 saves on 26 shots)
— NHL Debut: January 31, 2018, Philadelphia at Washington (appeared in relief of Michal Neuvirth, 5 saves on 5 shots)
— Finished tied for fourth among all AHL goaltenders in wins last season (27). Tied for seventh in AHL with four shutouts
— Recorded first professional shutout with 1-0 win at Binghamton on November 23, 2016 (28 saves)
— First Pro Win: November 11, 2016, Lehigh Valley at Utica (4-1 win, 26 saves)
— Pro Debut: October 22, 2016, Lehigh Valley vs. Hartford (29 saves/34 shots)
— Signed entry-level contract with Philadelphia Flyers on April 5, 2016
— Three-year career at Yale (2013-16): 93 games, 50-29-14, 15 SO, 1.88 goals-against average, .931 save percentage
— Two-time Ken Dryden Award recipient (best goalie in ECAC) following 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons
— All-Ivy League First team following 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. All-ECAC Hockey First Team following 2014-15 season
— Ivy League co-Rookie of the Year (2013-14) after leading the nation in save percentage, shutouts and goals-against average