Tyler Moss profile and the IHL Notebook

By pbadmin

Player: Tyler Moss
Birthdate: June 29, 1975
Hometown: Ottawa, Ontario
Height: 6′ 0″
Weight: 184 lbs
Position: Goalie

Tyler was acquired from the Calgary Flames. Tyler had a brief stint in St. Johns for the St. Johns Flames of the AHL where he played in 9 games and had a record of 2-5-1 with a 3.16 GAA and a .897 save %. Tyler also played 11 games up in Calgary with a 3-7-0 record and a 2.51 GAA. Last year Tyler won the Hap Holmes Memorial trophy for the lowest GAA in the AHL. He had the lowest GAA in the playoffs with a 2.91 GAA and help the Saint John Flames advance to the Calder Cup Final. Tyler was originally drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
Tyler was Tampa’s 2nd choice, 29th overall. He has played in 17 career NHL games with a 5-10-1 record and a 2.81 GAA. Most of Tylers professional hockey career has been in the American Hockey League. Playing for Saint John and the Adirondack Red Wings with a 28-21-11 record and a 2.83 GAA. Tyler finished last season with the 2nd best save percentage in the AHL with a .923 and 4th in GAA with a 2.49 GAA. In the IHL Tyler has played for Atlanta and Grand Rapids with a 16-25-5 record and posting a 3.78 GAA. Tyler has good reflexes and likes to chalenge the shooter the first move. Does not give up alot of net, which makes it harder for the shooter to put it by him. Does not give up alot of rebounds, but when he does he is quick to get back into position. A good glove hand which makes it hard to beat him. Tyler plays with alot of confidence and skill. He is the type of goalie you can count on to make the big save.

IHL SCOREBOARD FOR FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1999
Houston 3
Cleveland 4 overtime

In round 6 of tonites shootout Sam St. Pierre found the cage while Brett Harkins Scored twice as the Lumberjacks squeaked by the Aeroes 4-3. Chris longo had 2 assists for the Lumberjacks, while Bill Huard and Brian Wiseman each had a pair of assists for the Aeroes. Lane Lambert had 2 goals for the Lumberjacks which ended a 5 games losing streak
Cincinnati 0
Indianapolis 3

Milwaukee 2
Ft. Wayne 5

Utah 4
Kansas City 3 overtime

Michigan 3
Manitoba 1

Manitoba 12 game unbeaten streak came to an end when Michigan defeated the Moose 3-1. and helped the K-wings end a 5 game road winless streak. Alan Letang scored at the 28 second mark of the first period and then Dave Roberts scored 48 seconds later to seal the win for Michigan. Patrice Tardiff scored the lone Moose goal. Detroit 2 Long Beach 1 overtime
IHL TRANSACTIONS FOR FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1999
Kansas City Blades recall G Fred Beaubien from Idaho of the WCHL
Utah Grizzlies recall G Nicolas Chabot from Idaho of the WCHL

IHL FASTFACTS
On April 8, 1962 the Muskegon Zephyrs defeated the St. Paul Saints 2-1 in a double overtime game to sweep the series and win the Turner Cup. it was the second double overtime games of the four game series 1999 Turner Cup Playoffs YOU GOTTA BE THERE