Hammond signs with the Ottawa Senators

By March 17, 2013 Other News 2 Comments

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)

About Todd Pavlack

Todd is the founder and photographer for BGSUHockey.com As a graduate of BGSU with a Bachelors of Science in Technology (VCT) and a M.Ed. (Career and Technology Education), Todd has been an avid Falcon sports fan for over 10 years. He has been shooting photos since his junior high school years, and continues pursuing his passion for sports photos by shooting any number of Falcon sports, with a special love for hockey. Todd can be reached on Twitter @BGHockeyPhotos or by e-mail at Todd@bgsuhockey.com.