This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Gavin Enright of the Green Bay Gamblers. For two weeks in a row Enright has earned our top honor. This is now the third time this season Enright has earned this honor. The first time was on November 4th after a 4-0 shutout over the Sioux City Musketeers and the second came after last week’s shutout of the Madison Capitols.
This week Gavin was back at it. Friday night found him and his Gamblers in a bit of a dogfight with the Youngstown Phantoms. After getting the first 3 goals, Green Bay found themselves knotted in a tie by the end of regulation. In overtime, Georgi Merkulov would sneak one past Enright to secure the Phantom victory.
After a day’s rest, Enright stormed back on a mission. He avenged the Friday night overtime loss by blocking all 32 shots he faced. The Green Bay Gamblers took the win defeating the Youngstown Phantoms, 3-0. The shutout was Gavin’s second in just over a week’s time.
Gavin Enright ’s statistics improved to:
W:9 L:6 T:0 SO:3 GAA:3.16 SV%:0.903
Gavin Enright (20) is a native of Farmington, MN. Gavin’s youth was spent playing with his hometown team at Farmington High. He broke into the Juniors skating with the Kenai River Brown Bears of the NAHL. Enright has committed to Bemidji State beginning, 2020-2021.
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