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Zane McIntyre at Per-Johan Axelsson's number 11

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
  • Position: G
  • Height: 6’1"
  • Weight: 206
  • League last year: NCAA
  • Age this year: 24
  • Acquired: Drafted 164th overall in the 2010 NHL entry draft

Zane McIntyre finally signed with the Bruins, after being drafted all the way back in 2010. There was a little bit of a question about whether he'd go UFA this past summer, but cooler heads prevailed. He's now in line to possibly take up a spot at the end of the bench in Boston, or star in Providence. Not a bad gig.

Back in the USHL, he won goaltender of the year in 2012. With North Dakota, he earned NCHC and NCAA goaltender of the year honors, as well as being a finalist for the Hobey Baker award (NCAA MVP) in 2014-15. He helped North Dakota to two Frozen Four appearances, as well. He's excelled at every level he's played at so far, and there doesn't seem to be a reason he can't do it again in the pro leagues. It's a shame he was listed so low, but that's trolling for you.

Box Score:

As Zane has not played in the AHL or NHL, here are his pre-pro stats:

Social Media Minute:

As it turns out, the elite NCAA goalie has pretty good hand-eye coordination.

Sunday funday shooting some guns. Feeling like @danbilzerian minus the heavy artillery...

A video posted by Zane McIntyre (@zanoinsano_31) on

The list so far, as voted by you:

  1. David Pastrnak (63%)
  2. Torey Krug (47%)
  3. Ryan Spooner (60%)
  4. Zach Trotman (40%)
  5. Brett Connolly (46%)
  6. Colin Miller (21%)
  7. Alexander Khokhlachev (27%)
  8. Jesse Gabrielle (29%)
  9. Zach Senyshyn (20%)
  10. Joe Morrow (17%)
  11. Zane Mcintyre (25%)

Okay, so who's the 11th best under-25 player?