Stealth trade goaltender Croswell to Philadelphia
EVERETT, Wash. - The Washington Stealth have traded goaltender Kevin Croswell to Philadelphia for the Wings' third-round selection in the 2013 NLL Entry Draft.
The 6-4, 205-pound stopper from Peterborough, Ontario appeared in three games for the Stealth during the 2012 season after signing with the team as a free agent seven games into last year's campaign.
With the Stealth, Croswell posted a 1-2 record with a 9.60 goals against average and a .789 save percentage in 149:59 minutes of play.
Following his first game with the Washington franchise, a 14-9 win at Toronto on March 3, 2012, Croswell was named NLL Defensive Player of the Week after posting a 41-save performance.
Prior to coming to the Stealth, Croswell spent a short stint with Edmonton Rush during the 2012 season. He previously played four seasons with the Minnesota Swarm (2008-11).
Croswell is a five-year NLL veteran with a 6-15 overall record appearing in 31 regular season games with Washington, Edmonton and Minnesota. He has one playoff game appearance with Minnesota.
During his career, Croswell has compiled an 11.24 goals against average and a .776 save percentage in 1,141:54 minutes of play.
Croswell was originally drafted by Minnesota in the third round (31st overall) of the 2006 NLL Entry Draft.
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