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Bantam Draft Player Profile: Trey Hirschfield

A towering presence in net, Hitmen tenth round selection Trey Hirschfield put up impressive numbers in the 2016-17 season, including six shutouts. Two of those shutouts came in the 2017 North American Hockey League Future Prospects Tournament, to go along with an impressive .980 save percentage.

Here’s a quick run-down of the goaltender:

Trey Hirschfield

Draft: 2017 Bantam Draft, 10th Round, 205 overall

Height: 6-foot-3

Weight: 145-lb.

Hometown: Littleton, CO

Bantam Team: Rocky Mountain RoughRiders 14U

Age Started Skating: 6 years old

Age Started Playing Hockey: 6 years old as a skater, 10 years old as a goalie

Favourite Player: Marc Andre Fleury – “I love how he never gives up. He always battles through adversity.”

Favourite Team: Pittsburgh Penguins

Favourite Hockey Memory: Getting drafted by the Hitmen

Play Style: A big body in net who uses his size to his advantage. He’s also a good skater who is comfortable with playing the puck and makes smart decisions with it.

Feeling On Being Drafted By The Hitmen: “I’m extremely honoured and really excited. I couldn’t believe it and just really happy about it.”

2016/17 Stats

Games Played – 28

Record – 13-2

Goals Against Average – 1.00

Save Percentage – 0.940

 

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