Scott Greenham (G)
Bio: In his fourth professional season, Greenham leaves Binghamton after winning his last three starts for the Senators. Greenham has allowed just 1.64 goals per game and turned away 94.5 percent of the shots he saw during this win streak.
Greenham played his collegiate hockey at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. In 115 career games with the Nanooks, Greenham’s goals against average never finished above 2.47.
Career Notes: 2012-13…Ranked third among ECHL rookie goalies with 1,126 saves. Finished with the eighth-best save percentage among ECHL rookie goalies. Dressed in one game for Binghamton stopping all seven shots faced. 2011-12…Set school history marks in wins (48), career GAA (2.42), career save percentage (.916), and career shutouts (11). Named to NCAA Lowes Senior Class All-American 2nd Team. Appeared in three ECHL games with Bakersfield and four AHL games between Houston and Hershey. 2010-11…Earned the Brice Alaska Gold Rush MVP Award. Alaska’s Pernai Cup Champion recipient. Garnered CCHA All-Conference 2nd Team honors. Earned the Steve Moria MVP Award as team MVP. CCHA Goalie of the Week at the end of January. 2009-10…Named MVP of the Kendall Classic Tournament. Earned CCHA Goaltender of the Week four times. Received RBC Financial Group CCHA Player of the Month. 2007-08…Backstopped Blades to first RBC Cup Championship appearance, the OPJHL Junior A crown and the Dudley Hewitt Cup title. Earned top goaltending prospect in the OHA.
Season Notes:Registered win in first Jackals game 10/26 at REA (46 saves). Logged second career shutout (1st with Jackals) 11/1 vs. GRN (31 saves). Made 30 saves for his second win 11/24 vs. KAL. Recalled by BNG 1/13/14. Loaned to ELM 1/18/14. Recalled by BNG 1/21/14.