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Dryden McKay

Born:November 25, 1997Draft:Undrafted
Hometown:Downers Grove, IllinoisPosition:Goaltender
Known For:Hobey Baker WinnerCatches:Left
National Team:United StatesCurrent Team:Minnesota State-Mankato

Dryden Dowd McKay (born November 25, 1997) is a Canadian-American collegiate ice hockey goaltender. He is the son of Ross McKay, a goaltender who played one game in the National Hockey League for the Hartford Whalers in 1991. After posting a shutout in a 1–0 win over St. Cloud State on October 8, 2021, McKay tied the record for career shutouts in NCAA DI men’s hockey history with 26 career shutouts. He later won the 2022 Hobey Baker Award as the best NCAA men’s ice hockey player.

Dryden McKay Minnesota State
Dryden McKay (Minnesota State Athletics)

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Achievements

  • All-WCHA Rookie Team (2019)
  • All-WCHA Second Team (2019)
  • All-WCHA First Team (2020, 2021)
  • AHCA West Second Team All-America (2021)
  • AHCA West First Team All-American (2022)
  • All-CCHA First Team (2022)
  • CCHA Goaltender of the Year (2022)
  • Hobey Baker Award (2022)
  • NCAA Record for Most Career Shutouts (26)

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