This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Logan Stein of the Waterloo Black Hawks. Stein remained undefeated in his first four performances of the 2019-20 USHL season. His streak was capped by his second shutout of the season, a 5-0 victory over the Green Bay Gamblers. The game was the Black Hawks seventh straight win before falling to the Des Moines Buccaneers on Saturday. Logan’s 5-0 victory, on Friday, was the only shutout recorded in the USHL this weekend. That achievement earns Stein his second Goalie of the Week honor (3rd all-time).
Logan Stein’s current statistics are:
W:4 L:1 T:0 SO:2 GAA:1.05 SV%:0.960
Logan Stein (18) was born in Suwanee, GA. His youth hockey was spent refining his craft within the Tier 1 Elite Hockey league. He played for the TPH Thunder Bantam and U16 teams. Prior to joining the Black Hawks Stein skated with the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies of the HPHL. Logan has committed to Ferris State University beginning in the 2020 season.
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