Scrivens compiled a record of 4-5-2, a 3.13 goals against average and a .903 save percentage in 12 games with the Maple Leafs in 2011-12. The 26-year-old native of Spruce Grove, Alberta played all 17 playoff games for the Toronto Marlies in their run to the Calder Cup Final last season, posting three shutouts along the way.
Scrivens was named the AHL’s goaltender of the month for March and was the recipient of the AHL’s Harry Hap Holmes Memorial Award as the goaltender with at least 25 games played on the team that allowed the fewest goals in the regular season
Update: The structure of the deal is as follows, courtesy of Pierre LeBrun’s Twitter:
2012-13 $600,000 two-way
2013-14 $625,000 one-way
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