This week the JuniorHockey.Com USHL Goalie of the Week is Isaiah Saville of the Tri City Storm. THREE TIMES! This season, on three separate occasions, Saville has achieved this notable distinction. Isaiah skated in both games the Tri-City Storm played this week. After facing a grand total of 82 shots, Saville gave up only two goals in both victories. Both games the rookie phenomenon faced the Waterloo Black Hawks. In the first matchup, Isaiah turned away every one of the 38 shots he encountered for the shutout victory. The win was his fourth shutout this season. In the second tilt, Saville stopped two of 44 and secured the weekend sweep.
By the numbers, Isaiah Saville’s stats stand at:
W:16 L:2 T:0 GAA: 1.64 SV%: 0.939
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.
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