Chris Janzen Signs Professional Contract With the Evansville Thunderbolts

Chris Janzen Signs Professional Contract

Three-year Elmira College Men's Ice Hockey goaltender Chris Janzen '21 has endorsed with the Evansville Thunderbolts of the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), the association reported in its exchanges entryway on Tuesday evening.

A Pelham, Ontario local, Janzen showed up in Elmira for the 2019-20 season subsequent to burning through two seasons at NCAA Division I Institution Clarkson University. In only three seasons, Janzen assist with lifting the Soaring Eagles to its first UCHC Tournament Crown (2021) while generally as of late directing the Purple and Gold to its first NCAA Tournament billet in almost ten seasons during the 2021-22 mission.

Genuinely, Janzen goes down as one of the best goaltenders in the projects' 49-year history. Permitting only 112 objectives while corralling 1,258 recoveries throughout 47 games played, his .918 save rate positions first in program history with the following nearest being Rob Lingas '02, Tony Mongillo '88, and Casey Tuttle '10 and with characteristics of .910%.

Moreover, his 2.48 objectives against normal (GAA) throughout the span of his Soaring Eagle profession positions second in program history behind Tuttle.

Adam Eby '21 as of late endorsed with the Vermillion County Bobcats on March 20, making Janzen the second from the current year's group to sign with a group in the SPHL. Evansville and Vermillion County are scheduled to meet one week from now, April 7, inside the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.