This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Ian Shane of the Dubuque Fighting Saints. This week produced zero shutouts for USHL goalies. Multiple teams were victorious by allowing only a single goal. The Chicago Steel was one of those teams. On Friday night, only Milwaukee Capitals’ Kristof Papp was able to beat Shane. It was not as though the Capitals did not try. Milwaukee threw 34 shots at Ian, accounting for the most shots faced in the USHL this weekend by any goalie. This is Ian’s first year in the USHL.
Ian Shane’s statistics stand at:
W:3, L:1, T:0, SO:0, GAA:3.68, SV%:0.868
Ian Shane (19) is originally a SoCal kid from Manhattan Beach, CA. He spent his youth developing his game with Westminster Prep in Connecticut. Last year, Shane was not only named to the USHS-Prep All Founders League Team but he was also his team’s Captain. He was Drafted 2019, 13 #195 overall by the Chicago Steel in the USHL Entry Draft. Ian has yet to make his NCAA commitment.
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