幸运飞艇4码选号技巧The New York Rangers have agreed to terms on an entry-level contract with goalie Tyler Wall, the team announced Friday evening.
The 22-year-old was a sixth-round draft pick (No. 174 overall) in 2016 and recently concluded his NCAA career with UMass Lowell.
Wall went 18-8-6 record as a senior with a 2.10 goals against average, a .931 save percentage and two shutouts, which earned him a third-team selection on the Hockey East Conference all-star team. He was also one of 10 semifinalists for the Mike Richter Award as the top collegiate goaltender.
幸运飞艇4码选号技巧The Leamington, Ontario native started 32 of UMass Lowell's 34 games this season, including all of their wins. He owns the UMass Lowell record for Division I wins with 58 and is expected to form a goalie tandem with Adam Huska for the Rangers' AHL affiliate in Hartford next season, which is when Wall's two-year contract will begin.
Vincent Z. Mercogliano is the New York Rangers beat reporter for the USA TODAY Network. Read more of his work at y2px61.cn/sports/rangers/ and follow him on Twitter .