Timo Pielmeier
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Timo Pielmeier

Hometown:

Deggendorf Germany

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1989-07-07

Position:

G

Eligible for draft:

2007

Catches:

Left

Drafted:

2007

Height:

6-0

Acquired:

Trade with San Jose, 2009

Weight:

172 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • C

History

2006-07: US-Land Banking League, previously known as the DNL (Deutsche Nachwuchs-Liga), experienced something it hadn't seen in six years – a champion from a town other than Mannheim, Germany. The new German champion was none other than the Cologne EC Junior Sharks. Spearheading the way to the championship after a second place finish during the regular season was 17 year-old goalie Timo Pielmeier, who posted a win-loss record of 24-11 in the regular season followed by a 6-0 record in the playoffs. His total of 2070 minutes played easily topped the league, while his 2.17 GAA was tops among goalies who had played at least 20 games during the season. In addition to this impressive achievement at home, Timo represented Germany on the international stage in both the U20 WJC and the U18 WJC, helping Germany remain in the A-group at both competitions. Particularly impressive was his 3-2 victory against Latvia and the 6-3 victory over the Czech Republic at the U18 WJC held in Tampere and Rauma, Finland.  Drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the third round of the 2007 NHL Draft, 83rd overall.

2008-09: Traded to the Anaheim Ducks in the deal that brought Travis Moen and Kent Huskins to the San Jose Sharks. Playing for Shawinigan of the QMJHL, he posted a 29-11 record in 43 games. He also registered 2 shutouts, a 2.64 GAA, and a .914 save percentage.

2009-10: Of all the goaltending prospects Anaheim has in the minors, Pielmeier Is the only one who hasn’t found trouble getting regular playing time. Assigned to the ECHL Bakersfield Condors.In 57 games, he posted a 27-22-5 record, a 3.29 GAA, and a .883 save percentage.

2010-11: Pielmeier made his NHL debut in a February game against St. Louis, playing the last two periods in relief of Curtis McElhinney. In his only NHL appearance, he allowed 5 goals on 12 shots in the 9-3 loss. Pielmeier spent the majority of the season with AHL Syracuse, splitting time with Jean-Philippe Levasseur. In 37 games with the Crunch, Pielmeier was 16-18 with 1 shutout and had a 3.09 GAA and .906 save percentage. He played two games with ECHL Elmira and was 1-1 with a 3.37 GAA and .873 save percentage.
 

Future

Playing time at a high level is an issue right now.

Bruins Organization’s Depth Chart for prospects

by Michael Karlstrom
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BRUIN DEPTH CHART 2001-2002

TOP FORWARD PROSPECTS

LEE GOREN

Age: just turned 24 in December

Role: second line scorer/fourth line grinder

Contract Status:: signed [not sure of the terms]

Went into this season with an outside shot to step straight into the NHL but was more expected to simply learn the pro game this year and accustomize himself to the longer season… seems to have met his goals fine and has demonstrated a positive attitude towards following instruction and working on the team’s stated directions for him. Will need to score and pay the physical price to be an NHL factor in the coming years, but does certainly seem willing so far.


PROJECTION/FORECAST-at his age and size [6’3 better than 200 pounds] Goren will have a job to loose in training camp. It would be likely the B’s are hoping he takes a spot as a scorer on the second line but he will probably find more time as the grinder on the fourth line as he try to speed his game up just a notch extra to maybe realize the higher potential. Should see time on the second power play unit though and be a bit more of an asset than the logical guy he would be replacing in Mike Knuble.

JAY HENDERSON

Age: will turn 23 in September

Role: pest
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The Rangers update

by Evan Andriopoulos
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G.M.Glen Sather apparently did not give in to cravings for Keith Tkachuk, Eric Lindros and Andrei Nikolishin at trade day… While each opposing GM asked for most of the Rangers “future” puzzle Sather held fast. (end)

But to believe all is well in New York…is deadly wrong… look for Sather to try again to deal for the Big E, Eric Lindros, Jaromir Jagr and more in the offseason after he re-evaluates the “prospects”. It appears that Rangers management has soured so much on the “prospects” that they would have been dealt for a lot less than they could have brought. It also appears Mike York, the smallish gutty center, is about to be booked a summer flight to somewhere as well as Jan Hlavac, perhaps Buffalo. Mike Mottau has been treated like a yo-yo even after the swiss cheese like defense has needed re-enforcements. Management has identified the few players and prospects that have “tried” as the ones who have value and can be dealt while clinging to the big paycheck, no production “stars” in New York. (end)

I expect to see some big signings this summer and some moves that will clean house in Hartford(AHL). Look for Brad Smyth, Derek Armstrong, Todd Hall, Michal Grosek to be elsewhere… look for either Pavel Brendl and or Jamie Lundmark to be elsewhere and look for Mike Mottau to become Barry Richter and visit each NHL city as a member of the home team. While Pat Aufiero and Filip Novak may spell DEFENSE 2001-02 addition it is not likely… the management has made been run by the free spending Dolans and the team by the same. (end)

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Jarret Stoll Takes Charge

by Jeff Bromley
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While not nearly as successful as the weekend before, the Kootenay ICE accomplished what they needed to in their second three game in three nights weekend in a row. Coming off a 4-0 loss to Red Deer and a 2-1 overtime loss to the Medicine Hat Tigers on the road on Friday and Saturday, the ICE saved their best for last in front of the seventh sell-out of the regular season at home with a crucial 4-1 win over their Eastern Conference rivals, the Swift Current Broncos. In getting a leg up on the Broncos by two points, the ICE have the slight edge for maintaining home-ice advantage as the Broncos, as Eastern Division champions will have the second seed for the first round of the playoffs with the ICE settling into the third spot but in the subsequent playoff rounds, the home-ice advantage will go to the club with the better points total.

As the ICE enter into the 2001 edition of the WHL playoffs almost exactly where they started last season before going on their amazing Memorial Cup run, it is clear that where the leader of last season’s playoff run Mike Green left off, Jarret Stoll is ready to emerge as a leader in his own right as the club begins the playoff portion of their defense of the WHL Championship crown.

Starting the season it seemed that everything that Jarret Stoll touched turned to points. Playing on a line with Mike Comrie it was easy to see why. At the same time Stoll would have trouble establishing himself as a dominant player if only for the fact that he was on a line with Mike Comrie. When Comrie was here the perception was that Mike C Read more»

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