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Dustin Wolf: All He Does Is Collect Goaltending Awards

The Flames may have something special in the system.

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The good news just keeps on piling up for Calgary Flames goaltending prospect Dustin Wolf. The 19 year old keeper was already named the WHL's Goalie Of The Year and yesterday he received more recognition for his play. Wolf was named the USA Hockey Dave Peterson Goaltender of the Year for his outstanding 2019-20 season with the Everett Silvertips.

The award is given to the best American born goaltender at the Junior level and Wolf clearly led the pack. The California native was 34-10-2 this past season and had a GAA of 1.88 with a .935 Save%. Not impressed yet? He also was tops in shutouts in the WHL with nine. He's now the first California born goalie to ever take home this award.

by Mark Parkinson