April 7, 2008 - ECHL (ECHL)
PRINCETON, N.J. - Davis Parley of the South Carolina Stingrays is the RBC Financial Group ECHL Saver of the Month for March.
The 6-foot-2 and 185-pound Parley was 6-1-0 with a shutout, a 1.78
goals-against average and a .946 save percentage to help the Stingrays go
9-3-0 in March.
Selected in the fourth round (120th overall) by the Florida Panthers in the
2000 National Hockey League Entry Draft, Parley has a seven-game winning
streak which started on Mar. 8 when he stopped 29 shots in a 6-3 win at
Columbia. He recorded his third shutout of the season with 22 saves in a
5-0 win at Columbia on Mar. 12 before stopping 32 shots in a 2-1 win at
Gwinnett on Mar. 14 and 34 shots in a 3-1 win against Florida on Mar. 15.
The 25 year old stopped a season-high 44 shots in a 4-2 win against Florida
on Mar. 21 and ended the month with 30 saves in a 5-2 win against Charlotte
on Mar. 25.
Parley is 23-9-2 and ranks second in the ECHL with four shutouts. He is
third in the league with a 2.28 goals-against average and a .924 save
percentage and his 23 wins tie him for sixth. He has also played one game
in the American Hockey League with Hershey.
In 2006-07 with the Stingrays, the Grenfell, Saskatchewan native was
31-19-7 and set career highs with three shutouts and 60 appearances while
compiling a 3.24 goals-against average and a .902 save percentage. He also
played in the American Hockey League where he was 1-0-0 with a 1.00
goals-against average and a .955 save percentage in one game with Hershey.
In his fifth season in the ECHL, Parley is 96-87-25 with nine shutouts, a
goals-against average of 3.23 and a save percentage of .910 in 220 regular
season games with the Bakersfield Condors, Texas Wildcatters and South
He played four years in the Western Hockey League with Kamloops where he
was 80-61-10 with seven shutouts and a goals-against average of 3.05 and a
save percentage of .907.
Also Nominated: Bobby
Goepfert (Augusta), Chris
Holt (Charlotte), Rejean
Beauchemin (Dayton), Ervins
Mustukovs (Elmira), David
Shantz (Florida), Kris
Mayotte (Fresno), Craig
Kowalski (Gwinnett), Mike
Brodeur (Pensacola), Taylor
Dakers (Phoenix), John
Murray (Reading), Glenn
Fisher (Stockton), and Wylie