CANADIENS SIGN GOALTENDER MIKE CONDON-Two Year Contract

May 9th, 2013 | By | Category: Hockey-General News

condon, mike princetonThe Canadiens have signed former college goaltender Mike Condon to a two year contract.  Condon played for the Princeton Tigers of the ECAC before turning pro lat season with the Ontario Reign of the ECHL and then the Houston Aeros of the American Hockey League.

Goaltending is not one of the Canadiens organizational strengths.  At the moment their number three behind Carey Price and Peter Budaj is Robert Mayer.  But Mayer will be continuing his career at Biel Switzerland in the fall after signing a two year contract in January.  That leaves Dustin Tokarski and Peter Delmas, both of whom are at various stages of development.  The last goaltender drafted by the club was 6’8″ Jason Missiaen of the Peterborough Petes of the OHL in 2008.  He was subsequently released by the organization. He spent most of last season with the New York RangersAHL  farm team in Hartford.

From Canadiens Communications

MONTREAL (May 8, 2013) – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced today the
signing of goaltender Mike Condon to a two-year contract (2013-14 to 2014-15). As per club policy, financial
terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
In 24 games with the ECAC’s Princeton Tigers in 2012-13, Condon displayed a record of eight wins, 11
losses and four ties. The goaltender maintained a 2.48 goals against average and a .923 save percentage.
Condon, 23, also played four games with the ECHL’s Ontario Reign, showing a record of three wins and one
loss, with a 1.48 goals against average and a .943 save percentage. The 6’2’’ and 195 lbs goalkeeper completed
his season with the AHL’s Houston Aeros, posting a 3-0-0 record in five games, with a 2.39 goals against average
and a .919 save percentage.
Born in Needham, Massachusetts, Condon spent four seasons with the Princeton Tigers of the ECAC,
playing a total of 53 games with a record of 18-22-8 along with a 2.65 goals against average and a .911 save
percentage.

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