|Appeared in his first full AHL season with Norfolk in 2012-13, going 11-17-0 with two shutouts, a 3.13 GAA and .906 SV% in 28 games…ranked second among AHL goaltenders in shootout SV% (.864, 19-of-22) with a minimum of 10 attempts against…was second on Norfolk in wins, GAA and SV%…was recalled on Apr. 5 and backed up Viktor Fasth that night vs. Dallas…was reassigned to Norfolk, Apr. 8…was also recalled on Apr. 19 and returned to the Admirals on Apr. 24 without making an appearance…opened the season on a three-game winning streak, going 3-0-0 with a 2.22 GAA and .938 SV% from Oct. 13-28…capped the streak by recording his first career AHL shutout on Oct. 28 @ St. John’s, stopping all 38 shots…appeared in his second OHL season with Kingston in 2011-12, posting a 17-32-6 record with one shutout, a 3.64 GAA and .902 SV% in 58 games…ranked fourth among OHL goaltenders in appearances…recorded his first career shutout in a 7-0 win on Nov. 11 vs. Oshawa, stopping all 31 shots faced…was assigned to Syracuse (AHL) following the completion of the OHL regular season…went 2-1-1 with a 2.68 GAA and .913 SV% in four AHL games…stopped 22-of-23 shots for a 5-4 shootout victory in his AHL season debut, Mar. 23 vs. St. John’s…played his first North American season with London (OHL) in 2010-11, going 4-10-0 with a 4.12 GAA and .874 GAA in 21 appearances…earned his first career OHL win with a 6-3 victory, Oct. 23 @ Peterborough, stopping 29-of-32 shots…also appeared in three OHL Playoff games, going 0-0 with a 4.16 GAA…following London’s season, joined Syracuse for two games, posting a 2-0-0 record with a 3.51 GAA and .917 SV%…made his professional debut on Apr. 7 vs. Norfolk, stopping 40-of-43 shots for a 5-3 victory…turned away 30-of-34 shots for his second career AHL win, Apr. 9 vs. Norfolk…helped lead Russia to gold at the 2011 IIHF World Juniors by stopping all 20 shots faced in relief en route to a 5-3 championship win over Canada, Jan. 5…for his efforts, was named Russia's Player of the Game in the decisive medal win…was signed by Anaheim to a three-year entry-level contract, Oct. 12…appeared in 14 contests with Magnitogorsk of the Russian junior league in 2009-10, posting an 8-1 record with a 2.71 GAA and two shutouts…helped lead his club to the league championship in April…was Russia’s starting goalie at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan…in six contests, went 3-3 with one shutout, a 2.45 GAA and .925 SV%...led all tournament goaltenders in SV%...in 2008-09, played in 29 games for Metallurg Magnitogorsk’s (KHL) junior club and 14 games for Metallurg-2…was the starting goaltender for Team Russia at the 2009 U-18 World Championship in Fargo, ND…was named the top goaltender of the tournament after posting a 5-2 record with 3.33 GAA (20 GA/360 MIN) and .927 SV% (254-of-274)…also participated in the Six Nations Tournament in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, recording a 2.83 GAA (5 GA/106 MIN) in three games.