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JuniorHockey.Com’s USHL Goalie of the Week: Isaiah Saville Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 26 Nov 2018  
By: Michael Moore


This week the JuniorHockey.Com USHL Goalie of the Week is Isaiah Saville of the Tri City Storm. Yes, this is the second time Isaiah has earned this accolade and deservingly so. Saville let in two goals this week. You read that correctly, only two goals. Facing a total of 46 shots, Saville rebuffed 44 of them. Of the two games he played he allowed those two goals to be scored by the Lincoln Stars and shutout the Omaha Lancers. He has not lost a game since November 2nd. Right now his Goals Against Average sits at 1.46.  His .94 Save Percentage certainly deserves recognition once again as JuniorHockey.Com’s top netminder

Isaiah Saville (18) hails from Anchorage, Alaska. He spent his youth playing for West Anchorage High and the Anchorage North Stars before coming to Colorado and playing with the Colorado Thunderbirds of the Tier One Elite Hockey League. He broke into Junior hockey playing with the Minnesota Magicians of the NAHL where he played in 41 games. His average save percentage over the past four seasons has been an incredible .939. Isaiah has committed to the University of Nebraska – Omaha beginning in the 2019 season. He is a top prospect and eligible for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft in Vancouver this June.

*Photo courtesy of Nebraska.tv and KHGI 

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Author: Michael Moore
Michael is a professional hockey scout and advisor with the Heisler Group helping North America’s top hockey prospects fulfill their ultimate playing potential.


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