Congrats to Stars goaltender Kevin Murdock for his recent commitment to play collegiate hockey for Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste Marie, MI. This news was released today on the official Lincoln Stars website and on the USHL website.
This past season for the Stars, Doc finished with an impressive 29-15-4 record, a 2.91 goals against average, and a .907 save percentage. His 29 regular season wins was second most in the entire USHL. In my opinion, he was the team MVP this season, and was a big reason why the Stars were able to rebound from where they were in 2009-10.
In over three seasons with Lincoln, Murdock accumulated a record of 54-31-9, a goals against average of 2.69, and a save percentage of .910. His 54 regular season wins is third most in the history of the Stars franchise, behind Wayne Russell and Jean-Philippe Lamoureux. Murdock appeared in 102 games over three seasons with Lincoln, which is second most all-time behind JP Lamoureux.
Congrats to Kevin! In my mind, one of the best goaltenders to ever play in Lincoln. He will be missed.
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