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The Marlies are bringing the heat: Cal Heeter joins the team

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Cal Heeter brings experience and depth to the Marlies in net.

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The Toronto Marlies made some mid-summer waves today with the signing of goaltender Cal Heeter.

No details have been provided, of course, so we don’t know if this is a one-way or two-way AHL deal. Heeter played last season in both the AHL and ECHL, so he could be the perfect tweener to give depth on the Marlies and very much needed help on the Solar Bears. His AHL experience includes 12 games with the Calder Cup champion Grand Rapids Griffins.

Heeter is 28 and from St. Louis, and this is a return of sorts: He played one game on the Marlies two years ago while on a PTO.

He’s been around, Europe, NCAA, the ECHL, and he played one game for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Cal Heeter via Elite Prospects

Season Team League GP GAA SVS%
Season Team League GP GAA SVS%
2006-2007 Wichita Falls Wildcats NAHL 31 3.15 0.896
2007-2008 St. Louis Bandits NAHL 34 2.43 0.917
2008-2009 Ohio State Univ. NCAA 5 3.28 0.898
2009-2010 Ohio State Univ. NCAA 20 3.19 0.897
2010-2011 Ohio State Univ. NCAA 37 2.3 0.923
2011-2012 Ohio State Univ. NCAA 32 2.45 0.918
2012-2013 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 0 - -
Adirondack Phantoms AHL 32 2.92 0.908
Trenton Titans ECHL 8 3.18 0.9
USA WC 0 - -
2013-2014 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 1 4.69 0.868
Adirondack Phantoms AHL 44 2.65 0.912
2014-2015 Medvescak Zagreb Spengler Cup 2 3.03 0.891
Jacksonville IceMen ECHL 4 2.24 0.922
Toronto Marlies AHL 1 3.6 0.923
Medvescak Zagreb KHL 22 2.65 0.911
2015-2016 Medvescak Zagreb KHL 6 3.23 0.856
Hamburg Freezers DEL 24 3 0.9
Team USA Deutschland Cup 1 12.9 0.769
2016-2017 Grand Rapids Griffins AHL 12 2.07 0.933
Toledo Walleye ECHL 17 2.99 0.897