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Bruins Prospect Wins Prestigious Award.

Published April 13, 2020 at 10:20
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While it's looking like the Boston Bruins might lose Jaroslav Halak to free agency and Tuukka Rask is contemplating retiring in two years, the B's got a goalie on the rise. 

A couple of weeks ago general manager Don Sweeney signed 2017 4th round pick Jeremy Swayman

The 21 year old goalie put together an incredible season this past year at the University of Maine. Swayman registered a 2.07 goals against average, .939 save percentage along with a 18-11-5 record. 

The goalies season was recognized by the NCAA as he was nominated for the Hobey Baker Award. 


While Swayman wasn't able to take that prestigious award home, the Anchorage native brought home a different piece of NCAA hardware. 

Swayman was announced as the winner of the Mike Richter Award given to the best NCAA Division 1 goalie. 

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