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Santa Clarita native, Jr. Kings product Krivtsov commits to NCAA D-I Stonehill


The NAHL’s Fairbanks Ice Dogs have announced that goalie Tyler Krivtsov has committed to NCAA Division I Stonehill College.

Krivtsov, 20, is playing his second season in the NAHL, both with the Ice Dogs organization.

The Santa Clarita native joined Fairbanks in the 2021-22 season where he shared the net with now-Augustana netminder Kayden Hargraves. Krivtsov tended the crease in 24 games that season, combining for a 3.07 goals against average and .891 save percentage.

“I’m very proud and excited to announce my commitment to play Division I hockey at Stonehill College. Thank you to my family, friends, coaches and teammates for helping me get to where I am today,” said Krivtsov.

Krivtsov returned to the Ice Dogs this season where he has served as the primary backstop, appearing in 39 games for Fairbanks. His 16-16-6 record goes alongside a 3.00 goals-against average and .904 save percentage. On Dec. 10, he picked up his first shutout of the season against the Minnesota Wilderness, completing the night with 33 saves.

Krivtsov was selected to and participated in the 2024 Top Prospects Tournament in February at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex. In a matchup against the NAHL Selects Silver team, he played 27 minutes without allowing a goal.

During his youth hockey career, Krivtsov played for the Los Angeles Jr. Kings.


(March 28, 2024)

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