CALGARY, AB - The Calgary Roughnecks announced today that they have re-signed goaltender Mike Poulin to a two-year contract.
Poulin, who is entering his eighth season in the NLL, was acquired by the Roughnecks in a 2010 trade with the Boston Blazers.
The 28-year-old played in 18 regular season games in 2014, registering a .770 save percentage and ranked second among NLL goaltenders with 602 saves.
Poulin appeared in all seven playoff games during the Roughnecks’ bid for the 2014 Champion’s Cup, posting a .752 save percentage.
In 2014, the Kitchener, Ontario product became the Roughnecks’ all-time leader in minutes played by a goaltender with 3,946, surpassing Curtis Palidwor.
Poulin has played in 141 career NLL games, posting an 11.67 GAA, and a .765 save percentage.
The netminder was named the 2012 NLL Goaltender of the Year.