BRUINS RECALL GOALTENDER ZANE MCINTYRE FROM PROVIDENCE ON AN EMERGENCY BASIS
BOSTON – Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, October 22, that the team has recalled goaltender Zane McIntyre from the Providence Bruins on an emergency basis. McIntyre is expected to join the team for Saturday’s morning skate at Warrior Ice Arena and be available for their game vs. Montreal at TD Garden at 7 p.m. This is the first NHL recall of his career.
McIntyre, 24, has appeared in three games for Providence in 2016-17, compiling a 1-0-0 record and currently leads the AHL in goals against average (0.44) and save percentage (.977).
McIntyre played his first professional season with Providence in 2015-16, recording a 14-8-7 record with a 2.68 goals against average and .898 save percentage in 31 games. He had a six-game point streak (4-0-2) and allowed two goals or fewer in 13 of his 28 complete games.
Prior to joining the organization, the 6-foot-2, 206-pound netminder played three seasons of collegiate hockey at the University of North Dakota and finished as the school’s all-time leader in goals against average and save percentage and tied for third in wins. McIntyre was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the nation’s top college player in 2014-15 when he won the Mike Richter Award as the outstanding goaltender in Division I men’s hockey and was named the NCAA West Region Most Outstanding Player, NCHC Goaltender of the Year and to the First All-NCHC Team. He also helped lead North Dakota to the Frozen Four in each of his final two seasons.