Robb Stauber was the first goaltender to receive the Hobey Baker Award. The 1988 WCHA Player of the Year from Duluth, Minnesota, helped the Golden Gophers to WCHA regular season titles in 1988 and 1989, and had an NCAA runner-up finish in 1989. He received Minnesota’s John Mariucci Most Valuable Player Award in 1988, and set Golden Gopher single season records for games played (44), minutes played (2,621), saves (1,711), and shutouts (5) in 1987-88 while posting a 2.72 goals against average and .913 save percentage . He also holds Golden Gopher career records for games played (98), minutes played (5,717), wins (73), and save percentage (.906). He was named All-WCHA first team and All-America first team in 1988, as well as WCHA Goaltender of the Year in 1988 and 1989. He retired from professional hockey in 1998 after a ten-year pro career that included four seasons in the NHL with the Los Angeles Kings and Buffalo Sabres. Stauber currently operates Robb Stauber’s Goalcrease training center in Minnesota.
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