Northeastern goalie Devon Levi is the reigning Mike Richter Award winner as the best goaltender in Division 1 men’s hockey.
The native of Dollard-des-Ormeauz, Quebec, also won the National Rookie of the Year award last season. His .952 save percentage ranked first in the NCAA last season and tied for the second-best all time.
He’s a Sabres prospect who was drafted 212th in 2020 by the Florida Panthers, who then traded his rights to Buffalo. He was a member of Team Canada at the Winter Olympics this year.
Levi talked with New England Hockey Journal about his successful season and what’s ahead for him.