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USHL Goalie of the Week: Remington Keopple - Junior Hockey News

Published: Sunday, 20 Dec 2020  
By: Michael Moore


This week the USHL Goalie of the Week is Remington Keopple of the Des Moines Buccaneers. 
 
For the second time this season Keopple takes home our Goalie of the Week award. After multiple goalies turned in one-goal performances this week, it was Remington’s that stole the show. On Saturday his Des Moines Buccaneers took on the Fargo Force in what would prove to be a tightly fought affair. Bucs teammate put his team in front with a goal in the second. Not five minutes later and Fago evened the score but that was all they would get. Keopple shut the door through regulation and carried his boys into OT. Remington only needed 22 more seconds before Alex Laferriere found the net and won the game for Des Moines.
 
Remington Keopple’s current statistics are:
W:2 L:2 T:0 SO:0 GAA:2.26 SV%:0.915
 
Remington Keopple (18) hails from Hudson, Wisconsin. He spent his youth playing with the Hill Murray School and Team Wisconsin. He was drafted in the fourth round (#50 overall) in the 2020 USHL Entry Draft by the Des Moines Buccaneers. Remington remains uncommitted.

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


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