Tied for the League lead in shutouts (5). Since 2008-09, he leads all netminders in the category with 30.
Tied for second in the League in appearances (43), tied for fourth in starts (42), and ranked sixth in minutes played (2,443:46).
Started 25 consecutive games from Feb. 19-April 9, the second longest streak of its kind in franchise history. Also made 30 straight appearances from Feb. 10-April 9, also second longest in franchise history.
Gave up two goals or fewer in 24 of his 2012-13 appearances.
Posted an 11-7-4 record, a 2.00 goals-against average and a .924 save percentage on home ice in 2012-13.
Posted a shutout streak of 155:06 from Feb. 10-16, a personal best and the second longest in franchise history.
Since the start of the 2008-09 season, he ranks sixth in wins (152), fifth in save percentage (.919), and tied for seventh in goals-against average (2.36).
Is EIGHT wins shy of club mark in wins (153;Vokoun,161).
Is SEVEN games shy of 300 for his career
* Finished in the League's Top 10 in goals-against average (2.38), save percentage (.917) and shutouts (7).
* Posted 29 wins in 2008-09, tied (with Andrew Raycroft) for the eighth-most wins by a rookie netminder in NHL history.
* The second goalie in franchise history to win more than 25 games, joining Tomas Vokoun (4 times).
* Had an 18-1-2 record when receiving three or more goals in offensive support.
* Set a franchise record in shutouts, with all of them came in a 32-start span from Dec. 1 at Buffalo to March 13 at Phoenix.
* Won his first six decisions of the season (Oct. 30-Dec. 6), and posted six straight victories again from Feb. 21-March 5, twice tying the second-longest winning streak in franchise history.
* Only one other rookie goaltender besides him has won three 1-0 games in one season (Feb. 21 vs. St. Louis, Dec. 20 vs. N.Y. Islanders & Dec. 6 vs. Minnesota) since the 1943-44 season. Hall of Famer Tony Esposito had four 1-0 shutouts in 1969-70 for Chicago.
* Finished second in shootout save percentage (.792, 19-of-24 attempts stopped) among goals facing at least 15 attempts. Led Nashville to a 5-2 record in the shootout.
* Started 30 of Nashville's final 35 games in 2008-09.
* Named February Rookie of the Month after going 9-2-1, tied for the most wins in the month with Vancouver's Roberto Luongo. His 1.72 goals-against average and .944 save percentage also ranked among the league leaders for the month.
* Made a career-high 46 saves on Feb. 10 vs. Detroit, including 25 in the first period - the second highest single-period total by a netminder in franchise history.
* The eighth player to represent the club in the YoungStars Game during All-Star Weekend.
* Led the Rookie team to a 9-5 victory over the Sophomores, stopping 19 shots, including 12-of-13 in the third period.
* The first rookie netminder to record three shutouts in a single month (December) since Buffalo's Martin Biron in January 2000. Posted his first career white wash on Dec. 1 at Buffalo, then two more in just four starts Dec. 6 vs. Minnesota and Dec. 20 vs. N.Y. Islanders.
* Earned NHL First Star of the Week honors for the week of Dec. 7 after posting two shutouts and only two goals on 83 shots in three starts. Went 3-0-0, and the neither of the two goals allowed were at even strength.
* Collected his first win of the season, and first since Dec. 15, 2005 vs. Chicago, on Oct. 30 vs. Edmonton. It was his second career win .
OT Record: 6-3, Shootouts: 5-2, 19-24 shots stopped, .792 Sv.%