Keith Kinkaid had one of the best seasons for a Devils netminder in franchise history. He set the single-season record with a 2.29 goals-against average, which ranked third overall in the AHL, and he finished tied for first in Devils history with four shutouts. Additionally, his 24 wins tied for second.
Kinkaid, who posted a 24-13-5 record with a .912 save percentage in 43 games, earned CCM/AHL Player of the Week honors for the period ending Nov. 17. He won three starts, allowing just three goals on 82 shots. That week included a 0.97 goals against average and a .963 save percentage. Notably, the 24-year-old posted a five‐game winning streak between Nov. 8‐20, a four‐game winning streak between Dec. 4‐13 and finished the regular season on a three‐game winning streak.
For his career, the Farmingville, NY native has a 62-50-14 record with a 2.64 goals-against average, a .906 save percentage and nine shutouts.
What Was Said by Kinkaid…
It’s definitely a different season and anything can happen. It’s the tightest games of all and a mistake here leads to a goal against maybe. You have to be sharp and on your game. It’s a great experience for the guys and it will definitely help us for the future.– Keith Kinkaid on the playoffs (May 5, 2014)
What Was Said About Kinkaid…
He’s taken another step, and that’s what they’re supposed to do. Its one thing to have a good year, but how do you improve on that the next year. And Keith has managed to do it physically, mentally, emotionally, every year find a way to improve.– Rick Kowalsky (May 5, 2014)
2013-14 Regular Season
|40 1/24 at BNG||38 12/28 vs. POR||0 4x, last 12/27 vs. ADK|