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Final Grades 2014: Karl Stollery #3

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Welcome to the show, Stolls.

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Karl Stollery got his cup of coffee in the NHL this season with the Avalanche, and that's about all he got. As an injury call up on a blueline with a ton of guys at his skill level, it's not surprising. It's also not a surprise that he got the nod as he killed it in the AHL playing for the Monsters.

Avalanche

Stats
GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0
Advanced Stats 5 v. 5
CF% CF% Rel GF% GF% Rel Sh% Sv% PDO
68.80% 25.20% 100.00% 50.00% 16.70% 100.00% 116.7
Grade

N/A

Staff Comments

Steve: He played?

mfured20: Karl was fine this year.  He did his job adequately, which is all I can ever hope to have an emergency call-up defenseman to do.  

Cheryl: I'm looking forward to seeing him in training camp this fall. He didn't look uncomfortable out there, just green. We've got a glutton of guys at his skill level, and at 26, he is what he is. But he wasn't a slouch with the Monsters, so who knows.

Monsters

Speaking of the AHL, here are his stats for our feeder club.

GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SHG SOG SH%
68 7 23 30 1 42 2 0 124 5.6