Two-Year Extension for Prospect Mike Condon

Mike Condon between the pipes  (Photo: Hamilton Bulldogs)

Mike Condon between the pipes
(Photo: Hamilton Bulldogs)

Back on May 8th, 2013, the Montreal Canadiens inked goaltender Mike Condon to a two-year entry-level contract out of Princeton University where he played for the Tigers. Today, GM Marc Bergevin signed the Needham, Massachusetts native to a two-year extension, which was well-deserved.

Condon spent most of the 2013-14 campaign with the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL aside from 3 games with the Hamilton Bulldogs. While with Wheeling, Condon posted a 23-12-4 record over the course of 39 games. Additionally, he had a .931 save percentage, 2.18 GAA and 6 shutouts. Condon also played in 10 games in the post-season, putting up a 2.50 GAA with a .926 save percentage.

Now with the Bulldogs in the AHL, Condon has continued his stellar play between the pipes. The 24-year-old has emerged as the starting goaltender for Hamilton, taking over the role from veteran Joey MacDonald. In 26 games this season, Condon has a 14-9-3 record while registering a .931 save percentage, 2.10 GAA and 2 shutouts. If the Bulldogs get back into the playoffs after a drought of Spring hockey for the last number of years, it will largely be attributed to the work of Condon managing the cage.



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