Andrew Hammond has signed with the Ottawa Senators organization.
The 6-foot-3, senior goaltender, played in 29 games this season, starting 28. He finished the season with a record of 10-15-3 with a 2.47 goals against average and a .917 save percentage.
Hammond’s contract with the Senators is a two-year, entry-level deal. He will report to the Binghamton Senators of the American Hockey League.
In five CCHA playoff games this season, Hammond stopped 135 shots, allowing just 10 goals, for a save percentage of .931. He shut out Lake Superior State, 7-0 in a series-clinching game three with 23 saves.
Hammond had three shutouts on the season tying Tyler Masters (2000-01) and Jimmy Spratt (2008-2009) for most single season shutouts. He finished tied with Masters for career shutouts with seven.
The native of Surrey, British Columbia finished his career with a record of 30-68-13 and a career save percentage of .903.
Photos of Andrew throughout his 4 years at BGSU
*Photos may be used with appropriate credit (Todd Pavlack/BGSUHockey.com)
Freshman Year (2009-2010)
Sophomore Year (2010-2011)
Junior Year (2011-2012)
Senior Year (2012-2013)