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SCHSHL Top Five Goalies — Weeks 10 and 11



Each week LISN runs the numbers through our AI Analytics program in order to analyze each team’s performance to date. Our model is designed to evaluate player performance based on the quality of competition, goals against by period, high danger saves and a multitude of other factors tracked by LISN.

1st T.J. Ulmschneider – St. Anthony’s Friars

GS: 9 | Wins: 5 | Losses: 4 | Minutes: 404 | GAA: 2.45 | Goals Against: 22 | SHGA: 4 | PPGA: 1 | SO: 2

The Friars netminder has played forty-six minutes more than any other netminder in the league. He makes difficult saves look routine and has two shutouts to his name. Ulmschneider has lost just one game by a three goal margin, and no team with championship aspirations is looking forward squaring off against the St. Anthony’s starter in the playoffs. 

2nd Shane Kirby – Connetqout Sayville BBP T-Birds

GS: 8 | Wins: 2 | Losses: 6 | Minutes: 358 | Goals Against: 31 | GAA: 3.90 | PPGA: 0 | SHGA: 2 

There are goalies who can steal a game, then there’s Shane Kirby. He is one of seven goaltenders who have not allowed a Power Play Goal Against this season, but he’s played the toughest schedule of any goaltender to date. The lowest ranked team that Kirby has started against are the Northport Huntington Tigers, who are in playoff position with a 5-7 record on the campaign. 

3rd Colin Caputo – Kings Park Commack Knights

GS: 5 | Wins: 3 | Losses: 1 | Tie: 1 Minutes: 226 | Goals Against: 6 | GAA: 1.19 | PPGA: 0 | SHGA: 0 | SO: 2

After starting his varsity career with back-to-back shutouts, Colin Caputo finally allowed a goal with thirty-nine seconds remaining in regulation to the Northport Huntington Tigers. That’s one-hundred and forty-four minutes and twenty-one seconds of scoreless hockey. While the Tigers lost the game in overtime, Caputo hasn’t lost since. The Knights netminder has yet to allow more than two goals against this season. Over his last two games, KPC defeated Sachem 6-2 and tied the Ward Melville Patriots 2-2.  

4th Michael Sittler – Ward Melville Patriots

GS: 7 | Wins: 0 | Losses: 6 | Ties: 1 | Minutes: 314 | Goals Against: 36 | GAA: 5.16 | PPGA: 5 | SHGA: 9 

Sittler has been sensational all season, but he’s been even better as of late. In his last two starts against KPC and St. Anthony’s, the Patriots goaltender has allowed just three goals against and posted a 0-1-1 record.

5th Boden Rudloff – Northport Huntington Tigers

GS: 7 | Wins: 3 | Losses: 4 | Minutes: 317 | Goals Against: 42 | GAA: 5.96 | PPGA: 4 | SHGA: 2 

The Tigers netminder was sensational in a 3-0 loss to the Bulls before the Thanksgiving break and picked up right where he left off against Sachem. It was a two score game for the majority of the night, but the Tigers let the game get away from them in the last five minutes of regulation. 

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