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A list of achievements already a mile long has grown once again.
Flames goaltending prospect Dustin Wolf has been named the WHL’s U.S. Division Player and Goaltender of the Year.
The 20-year-old had a season to remember, posting an 18-3-0 record to lead the WHL in victories, while producing a mind-numbing .940 save percentage and a sparkling 1.80 goals-against average to help the Everett Silvertips win the division title – their fifth in seven years.
He also recorded four shutouts and came within two goose-eggs of a new all-time mark among league puck-stoppers with 24 in his illustrious Dub career.
Tyson Sexsmith and Silvertips alumnus Carter Hart have the league’s all-time record with 26 each, in 179 and 190 games, respectively.
Wolf’s 24 were set in only 140 tries.
The Tustin, Calif. Native also set a new ‘Tips franchise record with a shutout streak of 216:27 – ending, officially, in the fourth game of the season.
Earlier this year, Wolf made his professional debut with the Flames’ AHL affiliate, the Stockton Heat, where he went 2-1-0 before being assigned back to the Washington-based club for the abbreviated campaign.
In 149 career games with the Silvertips, Wolf has a 106-34-4-2 record, along with a .935 save percentage and a 1.84 goals-against average.
Wolf – who was drafted by the Flames in the seventh round, 214th overall in 2019 – has also represented the United States twice at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship, posting a .927 save percentage and a 1.23 goals-against average and winning gold at this year’s event.