Charlotte Checkers Roster
Rob Madore

#31 Rob Madore

Position Goalie
Height 5'9"
Weight 183
Catches Left
Born May 28, 1988
Birthplace Pittsburgh, PA
Drafted Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP W L O/T SO GAA SV%   GP W L O/T SO GAA SV%
2006-07 Chicago USHL   39 8 25 1 1 3.80 .903   5 1 4 0 0 3.73 .914
2007-08 Chicago USHL   44 21 16 5 1 2.93 .912   7 3 4 0 1 3.21 .930
2008-09 U. of Vermont NCAA   29 15 10 4 1 2.35 .912   - - - - - - -
2009-10 U. of Vermont NCAA   34 13 13 7 4 2.66 .908   - - - - - - -
2010-11 U. of Vermont NCAA   36 8 20 8 0 2.98 .907   - - - - - - -
2011-12 U. of Vermont NCAA   28 5 21 1 0 3.78 .875   - - - - - - -
  Chicago ECHL   12 8 3 1 1 2.41 .926   - - - - - - -
  South Carolina ECHL   - - - - - - -   5 2 3 0 0 2.76 .901
2012-13 Evansville ECHL   13 4 8 0 0 3.43 .897   - - - - - - -
  Florida ECHL   14 7 4 3 1 3.17 .903   - - - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   9 5 2 1 2 1.83 .951   5 2 3 0 0 4.01 .881
   
AHL TOTALS   9 5 2 1 2 1.83 .951   5 2 3 0 0 4.01 .881
NHL TOTALS   - - - - - - -   - - - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   48 24 17 5 4 2.79 .917   10 4 6 0 0 3.23 .892

Biography

Rob Madore
Signed a professional tryout contract with Charlotte on 11/26/13.

2012-13

Completed his first full professional season and first with the Checkers … Began the season in the ECHL, splitting time between Evansville and Florida … Though he only played nine games at the AHL level, his 1.83 goals-against average and .951 save percentage were the highest of any Checkers goaltender, while his four games with 40 or more saves were the most of any Checkers goaltender … Earned his first victory of the season, stopping 35 of 36 shots in Evansville's win at TOL (11/3) … Allowed one goal on 29 shots to record the win vs. SC (11/10) … Reassigned from Evansville to Florida by Charlotte on 12/21 … Stopped 25 of 27 shots in his Everblades debut, an overtime loss vs. ORL on 12/22 … Stopped all 34 shots he faced to earn his first shutout of the season and second of his professional career at SC (1/19), improving his record to 2-0-2 with Florida … Made an ECHL-season-high 39 saves on 40 shots at GWT (2/17) … Won five consecutive starts from 2/9-2/19, posting a 2.60 goals-against average and .927 save percentage during that time … Recalled by Charlotte on 3/4 … After dressing as the backup for his first eight AHL games, entered the game in relief of John Muse and stopped all 16 shots he faced at HOU (3/21) … In his first career AHL start, stopped 43 of 45 shots to earn the win at TEX (3/23) … Allowed one goal on 37 shots to earn the win vs. NOR (3/26) … Earned his first AHL shutout by making 44 saves, the highest save total of any shutout in Checkers history, vs. SA (3/30) … Stopped 44 of 47 shots to earn the win vs. TEX (4/11) … Made 43 saves, his fourth 40-save outing in seven AHL starts, in an overtime loss vs. TEX (4/12) … Earned his second AHL shutout of the season with 35 saves in the Checkers' regular-season finale at PEO (4/20) … Made his AHL playoff debut in Game 1 at OKC (4/26) , making 30 saves on 33 shots in the Checkers' overtime win … Stopped 37 of 38 shots in Charlotte's Game 3 win vs. OKC (5/1) … Made 13 saves on 17 shots in each of his last two playoff starts vs. OKC (5/3 and 5/4), exiting the game in the second period each time.

2011-12

Turned pro after the conclusion of his college season, playing 12 regular season games with Chicago and five playoff games with South Carolina of the ECHL on amateur tryout contracts ... Appeared in five of South Carolina's nine playoff games, going 2-3-0 with a 2.76 goals-against average and .901 save percentage ... Arrived one hour before the game and stopped 54 of 57 shots in his professional playoff debut as the Stingrays defeated Gwinnett in the fourth overtime period (4/6) ... Improved to 2-0 in the postseason by stopping 39 shots as the Stingrays defeated Gwinnett in double overtime (4/8) ... Played his first 12 games as a professional with the Chicago Express, going 8-3-1 with a 2.41 goals-against average and .926 save percentage ... Made 41 saves in his professional debut as Chicago fell 5-2 at KAL (3/9) ... Earned his first pro victory in his second game, a 26-save shutout at KAL (3/10) ... Won three straight games from 3/10-3/16, allowing a total of just three goals and improving his professional record to 4-1-0 ... Won five consecutive games from 3/23-3/30.

College

Ranked second all-time at the University of Vermont in saves (3,352) behind only NHL All-Star Tim Thomas .... Ranked third on the school's all-time games played list (127), was fourth in goals-against average (2.91), fifth in save percentage (.902), and sixth in wins (41) ... His five shutouts tied for the fourth-most ever by a UVM goalie ... Named Hockey East's Defensive Player of the Week on six separate occasions during his career ... Named to the conference's All-Academic Team in 2010-11 and was a semi-finalist for the Walter Brown Award, presented to the best American-born player playing college hockey in New England, in 2009-10.

Junior

Played two seasons in the USHL with the Chicago Steel, going 21-16-5 with a 2.93 goals against average, .912 save percentage and one shutout in 2007-08 ... Ranked first in the USHL in saves (1,260), was second in minutes played and ranked sixth in save percentage during that season ... Was 3-4 with a 3.21 goals against average and .930 save percentage (first among USHL goalies) during the 2008 postseason ... Averaged 42 saves per game in the playoffs.