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Author: Matt Ouellette

Are European Goalies Taking over? FGRE Breaks It Down All Levels

A hot topic in hockey circles these days is the impact of European goaltenders playing in North America. Canadian and American goalies used to dominate net time in the majority of North American leagues but other nations around the world have stepped up their development models and are now claiming substantial playing time. In 1999-2000, an incredible 71 per cent of goalies in the NHL were Canadian. Fourteen per cent were from the United States, and there was only one Finn, one Swede, and one Russian. By 2010, just 44 per cent of NHL goaltenders were Canadian, 19 per...

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Where Do NCAA Division I Goalies Commit From?

As NCAA Men’s college hockey fans flock into the arena’s this fall they will be curious to see the new freshman additions to their favorite teams. But where did all the goalies come from? Let’s take a look at what leagues are leading to the NCAA.

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USA Junior Goalies: Where Do They Come From?

In the United States there are three main junior leagues: The USHL, the NAHL and the USPHL, and the majority of NCAA Division I goalies come through one of these leagues. But where do the goalies in these leagues come from? This breakdown can help goalies see the most common path to each.

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