Shortridge Wins Ken Dryden Award for Goaltender of the Year

Shortridge Wins Ken Dryden Award for Goaltender of the Year

ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey announced the 2018-19 Ken Dryden Award for Goaltender of the Year, and Andrew Shortridge (Quinnipiac University) has been honored.

The 2018-19 Goaltender of the Year award is sponsored by MAC Goaltending.

Shortridge paced not only the league, but the nation in both goals-against average (1.51), and save percentage (.941) in 2018-19. He also ranked in the top-10 in winning percentage, going 17-6-2 for the Bobcats (.720).

The junior was just as good against ECAC Hockey opponents, posting a 1.47 GAA and .938 save percentage while winning 11 games. He backstopped the Bobcats to the top seed in the ECAC Hockey Tournament, and a top-five national ranking throughout most of the season.

Quinnipiac is in prime position for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, and will await their fate with Sunday’s selection show.

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