Jr. Kings alum, Tustin native Wolf picks up WHL U.S. Division Player, Goaltender of the Year accolades
The Western Hockey League announced today the U.S. Division individual award winners for the 2020-21 WHL season.
WHL division awards are voted upon by general managers and head coaches.
The U.S. Division Player and Goaltender of the Year is Dustin Wolf of the Everett Silvertips.
In 22 games, Wolf compiled a 18-3-0-0 record, 1.80 goals-against average, a .940 save percentage, and four shutouts as the Silvertips claimed the U.S. Division title.
The 6-foot-0, 168-pound product of Tustin led WHL goaltenders in wins, finished tied for first in shutouts while finishing second in GAA and SV%. The 20-year-old Calgary Flames prospect also set a Silvertips franchise record with a shutout streak of 216:27.
Wolf, who won the Del Wilson Memorial Trophy as WHL Goaltender of the Year in 2020, holds a career record of 106-34-4-2 with a 1.84 GAA, 0.935 SV% and 24 shutouts in 149 WHL regular-season appearances.
During his youth hockey days, Wolf played for the Los Angeles Jr. Kings.
(June 4, 2021)