With his wife Nicole expecting their first child in June, Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson knows he's going to be a busy man this summer.

One thing he's glad he won't have to worry about is where he'll be playing hockey in September.

In the 18 games he played after being acquired from Colorado for Brian Elliott, Anderson was 11-5-1 with a 2.05 goals-against average and a .939 save percentage. Fans of the team -as well as general manager Bryan Murray, who gave Anderson a four-year contract -will be crossing their fingers that those numbers weren't a fluke.

Anderson said it's up to him to make sure they aren't.

"This offseason is going to be a little different than in the past, with a baby on the way," he said as he packed to rejoin his wife in Florida.