2006-07: The Peterborough Petes goaltender saw a significant increase in his ice-time this season. He went 23-32-5 with a 3.69 GAA and a .909 save percentage.
2007-08: Another long season for the net-minder, Cann posted a 20-28-3 record with the Peterborough Petes, his third season with the team. His 3.59 GAA and .906 save percentage nearly mirrored his stats from last season, but this year he managed to shutout his opponent twice.
2008-09: Cann had the best season of his OHL career in 2008-09, first going 5-5-0 with Peterborough, then posting a personal best 30-10-1 record with a 2.51 goals against average (personal best) and a .917 save percentage after a move sent him to London. He also combined for a personal best six shutouts this season. Expect to see him make the jump to the AHL next season and suit up with the Lake Erie Monsters.
2009-10: Cann shuttled between AHL Lake Erie and the Tulsa Oilers of the Central Hockey League in his first pro season. One of four goalies to play ten or more games for Lake Erie, with veteran Tyler Weiman eventually handling the bulk of the action, Cann appeared in 13 games and was 3-7 with one shutout and had a 2.81 GAA and .884 save percentage. Cann provided some stability in the net for Tulsa, appearing in 18 games and finishing 11-6-1 with a 2.81 GAA and .915 save percentage.
2010-11: Cann started five games for the AHL Lake Erie Monsters in November and made two cameo appearances in relief later in the year; spending most of the season with the Tulsa Oilers (CHL). He was 2-3 for Lake Erie with a 3.43 GAA and .892 save percentage. Cann worked well in a tandem with minor league veteran Ian Keserich as Tulsa finished third in the CHL's Berry Division and reached the playoffs for the first time in six years. While Keserich won 22 games, Cann was a respectable 13-9-3 with a 3.41 GAA and .908 save percentage. Cann started 7 of 12 playoff games for the Oilers and was 4-3 with a 2.89 GAA and .916 save percentage.
An undersized goaltender who dominated at the junior level with his athleticism. Though he has periods where he looks unbeatable, he has yet to string together consistent performances at the pro level.
First off, Cann needs to show he belongs at the minor-league level if he is to draw the attention of the parent NHL team. At this point, Cann projects as a minor-leaguer.