By @MichaelCaples –
Frankenmuth native Josh Robinson just added an impressive item to his hockey resume.
The Michigan Tech alum is the ECHL’s goaltender of the year, the league announced today.
Robinson, defending the crease for the Missouri Mavericks, posted a league-best 1.88 goals-against average this season – fourth best on the list of single-season ECHL campaigns – and a .931 save percentage. He ranked second with 28 wins.
The 26-year-old goaltender topped the list of goaltender finalists that all have Michigan ties. Livonia native and MSU alum Jeff Lerg finished second, followed by Joel Martin (Kalamazoo Wings), Jack Campbell (Port Huron/NTDP alum) and Pat Nagle (Bloomfield native/Ferris State alum).