Penn State Hockey Goaltender Liam Souliere Transfers To Minnesota

Penn State men’s hockey goaltender Liam Souliere will depart Happy Valley and transfer to Minnesota, he announced via Instagram on Wednesday.

This past season as a senior, Souliere appeared in 29 games and made 637 saves while allowing 92 goals. In his junior year, he started in 36 games, making 918 saves on 83 goals allowed.

“I am forever grateful for the experience I’ve had the privilege to live and wish nothing best for the future of this team and school that I love with all my heart,” Souliere said. “I am excited to announce that I will be jointing the University of Minnesota Gophers for the 2024-25 season!”

Penn State had its season ended by Minnesota after being swept 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament. Souliere made 43 saves during the two games of the series.

The Brampton, Ontario, native joins the Golden Gophers with one year of eligibility remaining.

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