PWHL Ottawa Sign Goaltender Logan Angers to a One-Year Deal

Goalie Logan Angers
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PWHL Ottawa has made a significant move by signing goaltender Logan Angers to a one-year contract. With this signing, Ottawa looks to finalize its goaltending roster for the upcoming season.

Throughout her collegiate career at Quinnipiac University, Angers consistently posted strong statistics, demonstrating her skills between the pipes.

Career Statistics at Quinnipiac University:

  • 2019-20: 4 games, 1.01 GAA, .940 SV%, 2 shutouts, record 3-0-1
  • 2020-21: 12 games, 2.44 GAA, .908 SV%, 0 shutouts, record 6-6-0
  • 2021-22: 15 games, 1.45 GAA, .932 SV%, 4 shutouts, record 11-2-1
  • 2022-23: 31 games, 1.74 GAA, .926 SV%, 7 shutouts, record 21-9-0
  • 2023-24: 36 games, 1.88 GAA, .934 SV%, 6 shutouts, record 24-11-1

“We love her size and her calmness in front of her net. We really believe she has the tools to become a good goaltender in our league. We’ve heard nothing but great things from her coaches at Quinnipiac,” says PWHL Ottawa General Manager Mike Hirshfeld. 

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Angers proven track record and consistency make her an ideal fit for a team looking to enhance its defensive stability. Her size at 6’0″ tall will help provide versatility in net, with starting goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer only being 5’6″. With the anticipated signing of third-round draft pick Gwyneth Philips, Angers will likely be the third and final goalie on Ottawa’s roster. This means both goaltenders, Sandra Abstreiter and Rachel McQuigge, will likely not return for the upcoming season.

Logan Angers expressed her excitement about joining Ottawa and starting her professional career.

“It’s so amazing to pursue a career in professional hockey. I’m aware that it wasn’t always possible. To get this opportunity in Ottawa is awesome. I don’t know much about this city. I’ve only spent one night in this city. But I’m originally from Winnipeg, so I’m told I won’t be too out of place,” says Angers. 

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Logan Angers’ signing marks a significant step for PWHL Ottawa as they continue to finalize their roster for the upcoming season. Her proven track record, goaltending capabilities, and size make her a valuable addition to the team. As Ottawa prepares for a competitive season, Angers will be sure to make an impact both on and off the ice.

Elisha Côté

Elisha Côté is a Media Production and Design student at Carleton University and a passionate sports fan. She mainly covers PWHL Ottawa.

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