Three-year starting goalie Ludvig Persson is the latest Miami player to enter the transfer portal, according to the Grand Forks Herald.

Ludvig Persson (photo by Cathy Lachmann/VFTG).

The junior has played in 82 of the RedHawks’ 97 games since 2020-21, and his .899 save percentage ranks 10th on the team’s all-time leaderboard.

Persson has logged 4,611 career minutes and finishes his Miami career with a 3.57 goals-against average, 19 wins and five shutouts, tied with Dan Kodatsky for the eighth-most blankings in RedHawks history.

Persson joins five Miami skaters that have parted ways with the RedHawks in the past two days: Fs Red Savage, Joey Cassetti, Michael Holland and Chase Pletzke and D Alex Murray.

His departure leaves the team with two goalies: Senior Logan Neaton and graduate senior Carter McPhail, who both still have a year of eligibility remaining due to COVID.

Latvian Bruno Bruveris is committed to join the RedHawks next season. He has an .891 save percentage for USHL Cedar Rapids.


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