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Jeremy Swayman - 2020 Hobey Baker Hat Trick

University of Maine
Junior, Goaltender
Anchorage, Alaska

The busiest goaltender in college hockey this past season was the Black Bears sensational netminder Jeremy Swayman. He faced more shots and made more saves than any other goalie, finishing with the second best save percentage in the nation at .939. A strong skater with exceptional anticipation skills, Swayman was named Hockey East Player of the Year and First Team all-conference. A heavy workload was no problem as he started 33 of 34 Maine games and played all but seven minutes of the season.

  • Final record was 18-11-5 – goals against average of 2.07 – save percentage .939
  • Posted three shutouts – Boston Bruins draft (4th round) and recently turned pro
  • Business management major – volunteers at local schools, hospital visits and youth teams
  • Winner of Walter Brown Award given to the top American-born player in New England