Phil Goss – Brown
Goss had a fantastic start to the 2020 season, making 11 or more saves in a 6 games he played in last year. His best performance came in what turned out to be Brown’s final game, making 16 saves to help the Bears defeat #8 Virginia 14-13. In the Bears’ first competition of the season this past week, Goss picked up right where he left off, making 11 saves in Brown’s 12-5 win over Boston University.
If it weren’t for the Ivy League’s decision to put a hold on their teams’ seasons due to COVID, Goss would have already broken the Brown record for career saves. After his performance again Boston, the California native is just 14 saves shy of surpassing Jack Kelly’s record. If you’re being talked about in the same sentence as Kelly, you deserve a look at the next level. I really like his style and hope he gets a shot in training camp.
Brian Dougherty’s Take: He was one of the top guys in college [before the season got cancelled last year]. He was solid when I had the chance to see him in net. We will see how having a whole year off will affect him, but he certainly can play.
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