Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Frederik Andersen
POSITION: Goaltender
HEIGHT: 6' 4"
BIRTHDATE: 10/02/1989
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: ANA: 2012-87 overall
2014-15: Appeared in his second NHL season with Anaheim, going 35-12-5 with three shutouts, a 2.38 GAA and .914 SV% in 54 games…earned the second-most wins in franchise single-season history (J.S. Giguere with 36 in 2006-07) and was the fourth Anaheim netminder to post a 30-win campaign…established career highs in wins, shutouts, appearances, saves (1,313) and shots faced (1,436)…ranked eighth among NHL goaltenders in wins and tied for third in shootout wins (6)…was the NHL’s fastest goaltender to 26 wins (26-5-0) all-time, tied the league record for the fastest to 50 wins (50-13-5) and finished the season as the second-fastest to 55 wins (in 77 decisions; trailing only Montreal’s Bill Durnan with 58 wins in 77 decisions)…was the first Ducks goaltender to post multiple winning streaks of seven games or more in one season, including two career-high seven-game streaks from Dec. 1-13 (7-0-0) and Jan. 2-27 (7-0-0)…started a career-high 20 consecutive games from Nov. 7-Dec. 18, the longest streak by an Anaheim goaltender since Jonas Hiller started a club-record 32 straight from Jan. 12-Mar. 18, 2012...also became the third goaltender in club history to win seven straight team games in a single season from Dec. 1-13, joining Hiller (Dec. 6, 2013-Jan. 12, 2014; 14-0-0) and Guy Hebert (Feb. 25-Mar. 22, 1996; 7-0-0)…recorded his first three career shutouts on Jan. 27 @ VAN (17 saves), Jan. 14 vs. TOR (28 saves) and Oct. 19 vs. STL (28 saves)…recorded season highs in both saves (44) and shots against (46) in a 5-2 win, Feb. 5 @ NSH…during a season-opening six-game win streak, posted a career-high scoreless streak of 152 minutes and 46 seconds (spanning three games) from Oct. 17-22…named the NHL's Second Star of the Week for Oct. 13-19 after going 4-0-0 with a 1.22 GAA, .955 SV% and one shutout…missed eight games with an upper-body injury, Feb. 10-25…PLAYOFFS: Went 11-5 with one shutout, a 2.34 GAA and .913 SV% in 16 postseason games…ranked tied for third among playoff goaltenders in wins…won his first nine consecutive postseason games at Honda Center (Apr. 16, 2014-May 17, 2015), marking the longest postseason home winning streak by any goaltender in Stanley Cup Playoffs history since Jonathan Quick (June 11, 2012-June 4, 2013; 9-0)…matched a franchise playoff record with six consecutive wins from Apr. 16-May 3 and recorded his first career postseason shutout in Game 2 of the Second Round, May 3 vs. CGY…established a franchise record for most minutes played in a playoff series with 498 in the WCF vs. CHI…set playoff career highs with an 89:53 min scoreless streak, 53 saves and 56 shots faced in Game 3 of the WCF, May 19 vs. CHI.

CAREER: Signed a two-year contract extension with Anaheim through the 2015-16 season, Oct. 25, 2013…signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Ducks, July 11, 2012…was originally selected by Carolina in the seventh round (187th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft…2013-14: Appeared in his first NHL season with Anaheim…made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut in 2014, posting a 3-2 record with a 3.10 GAA and .899 SV% in seven games...became the youngest goaltender in Ducks history to appear in a postseason game at 24 years and 196 days, third rookie goaltender in club history to play in a playoff game (Tom Askey, 1999; Ilya Bryzgalov, 2006) and the first rookie goaltender to win his playoff debut in Game 1 of the First Round, Apr. 16 vs. DAL…won his second start in as many playoff appearances with a 3-2 victory in Game 2 of the First Round, Apr. 18 vs. DAL…suffered a sprained right MCL in Game 2 of the Second Round on May 8 @ LA and missed the remainder of the series…during the regular season, posted a 20-5-0 record with a 2.29 GAA and .923 SV% in 28 games…ranked tied for 10th among NHL goaltenders in GAA and tied for eighth in SV%...led rookie netminders in wins, GAA and SV%...posted the best SV% and GAA for a rookie goalie since 2010-11 (Cory Schneider: 2.23 GAA, .929 SV%), while his 20 wins were the most by a rookie since 2011-12…set career highs in saves (49) and shots (52), established a franchise record for most shots faced in a period (26) and tied the club record for saves in a period (24) in a 5-3 win, Mar. 2 vs. CAR…became the third goaltender in NHL history to earn nine-or-more wins in his first 10 games (9-1-0), joining Boston’s Frank Brimsek (9-1-0, Nov. 3-Dec. 20, 1938) and Philadelphia’s Bob Froese (9-0-1, Jan. 8-Feb. 2, 1983)…was named the NHL's Second Star of the Week for Nov. 4-10 after going 3-0-0 with a 1.33 GAA and .958 SV%...became the first goalie to win his first six NHL games (Oct. 20-Nov. 10) since Dec. 1993 (TOR's Damian Rhodes from Mar. 22, 1991-Dec. 2, 1993) and the first netminder in club history to win his first six NHL games…was the fifth goaltender in Ducks history to win his first career start with a 2-1 victory on Oct. 25 @ OTT, stopping 26-of-27 shots…became the sixth goaltender to win his Anaheim debut and the second to do so in relief with a 6-3 victory in his NHL debut, Oct. 20 vs. DAL...stopped all 24 shots faced as the first Denmark-born-and-trained goaltender to appear in a game in NHL history…was recalled from Norfolk (AHL), Oct. 18…began the season at Norfolk, going 3-1-0 with one shutout, a 1.96 GAA and .934 SV%...stopped all 33 shots for his fifth career AHL shutout in a 5-0 victory, Oct. 11 vs. Binghamton…2012-13: Made his North American debut with Norfolk in 2012-13, going 24-18-1 with four shutouts, a 2.19 GAA and .929 SV% in 47 appearances…ranked sixth among AHL goaltenders in GAA (third among rookies), second in SV% (first among rookies) and tied for ninth in wins (second among rookies)…won six consecutive starts from Jan. 25-Mar. 1, recording a 1.31 GAA and .954 SV% with two shutouts…led AHL goaltenders with five assists, setting a Norfolk single-season franchise record…was recalled to Anaheim on Jan. 15 and served as Jonas Hiller’s backup for the team’s season opener on Jan. 19 @ VAN…was reassigned to Norfolk on Jan. 20…2011-12: Appeared in 39 games for Frolunda of the Swedish Elite League in 2011-12, posting a 24-14 record with eight shutouts, a 1.67 GAA and .941 SV%…his eight shutouts established a franchise record, surpassing Henrik Lundqvist’s previous mark of seven set in 2003-04…also led the club in GAA and SV%, en route to being named a finalist for the league’s 2011-12 Rookie of the Year award…appeared in six playoff games with Frolunda, going 2-4 with a 2.69 GAA and .911 SV%…2010-11: Appeared in his third season in Denmark’s top league, ranking fourth among league goaltenders in GAA (2.49) and SV% (.920) in 36 games with Frederikshavn…also appeared in 11 postseason games, compiling a 2.34 GAA and .939 SV%…ranked second among league netminders in playoff GAA and third in playoff SV%.

MISCELLANEOUS: Represented Denmark at four consecutive IIHF World Championships in Finland/Sweden (2012), Slovakia (2011), Germany (2010) and Switzerland (2009)…also represented Denmark at the 2014 Olympic Qualification Tournament in Vojens, Denmark, going 1-1 while leading all Group F goaltenders in GAA (1.01) and SV% (.960)…was 1-5 with a 3.34 GAA and .888 SV% in six World Championship games in 2012, including a 35-save shutout in a 2-0 win over Latvia…went 0-2 with a 3.41 GAA and .910 SV% at the 2011 tournament…made his debut with the men’s team at the 2010 World Championship, going 1-1 with a 36-save effort in a 4-1 upset victory against Finland…was also named to the men’s team for the 2009 tournament, but did not see action…was a member of the Danish team at the 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic.

PERSONAL: Grew up in Herning, Denmark…spent most of his summer in Newport Beach, CA…favorite restaurant is Selanne Steak Tavern in Laguna Beach…his best hockey memories are his first NHL game and first Stanley Cup Playoffs start…favorite hockey player growing up was Patrick Roy…Twitter handle is @f_andersen30.