University of Maine junior goalie Jeremy Swayman is giving up his last year of eligibility to sign an entry level contract with the Boston Bruins. Swayman was the B’s 4th round pick (111th overall) in the 2017 NHL draft.
This past season, Swayman went 18-11-5 for the Black Bears with a GAA of 2.07 and a save percentage of .939%.
Just yesterday, Swayman was named the winner of the Walter Brown Award. It goes to the top American-born college hockey player in New England has selected by the Gridiron Club on Greater Boston. Swayman is from Anchorage, Alaska.
Today, @JeremySwayman inked a deal with the Boston Bruins!
— Black Bear Hockey (@MaineIceHockey) March 17, 2020