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Former Eagles player signs with Vancouver

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Tyler Weiman, former Eagles goaltender, signs with Canucks
Tyler Weiman, former Eagles goaltender, signs with Canucks
Thomas Miller

Where is he now?  Tyler Weiman, goaltender for 2004-05 Colorado Eagles.

Vancouver Canucks announced on July 12th that they have signed goaltender Tyler Weiman. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Goaltender, Tyler Weiman, led the Colorado Eagles to win the championship President’s Cup in the Eagles’ second season of play. The goalie also claimed the coveted title of CHL’s Rookie of the Year and Most Outstanding Goaltender.

The Saskatoon, SK native was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in the fifth round in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.

Weiman, 26, appeared in 43 games last season with the Lake Erie Monsters, posting a record of 21-18-3 with a goals against average of 2.48 and a save percentage of .912. Weiman has appeared in 186 AHL games in his six-year pro career. In that span, he has put together a mark of 84-85-10 with goals against average of 2.77 and .909 save percentage. Weiman was also selected to the Canadian All-Star Team as part of the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic held in Worcester, MA. He appeared in one NHL game with the Colorado Avalanche in 2007-08.

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