PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Senior Kevin Regan (South Boston, Mass.) of the University of New Hampshire men's ice hockey team has signed with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League. Regan inked an amateur try-out (ATO) contract for the Boston Bruins AHL afflicate.

Regan leaves UNH after having one of the most decorated seasons in UNH history. He was named a Hobey Baker finalist, Hockey East Player of the Year, New England’s Most Valuable Player, Walter Brown Award winner (given annually to the top American born college hockey player in New England) and selected to the All-Hockey East First Team. He posted a 2.21 GAA and a .930 save percentage, which ranked sixth nationally. The senior netminder garnered the Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week seven times this season and broke numerous goaltending records in the process. Regan leaves as the career leader in wins (70), saves (3,235), save percentage (.928), minutes played (6598:31) and games played (112). In a rich history of goaltending at UNH, Regan leaves as the only goaltender in UNH history to capture back-to-back 20-win seasons.

Regan becomes the third Wildcat sign an ATO contract this off-season. On April 4, classmates Mike Radja (Yorkville, Ill.) and Matt Fornataro (Calgary, Alberta) signed with the Syracuse Crunch, Columbus’ AHL affiliate.

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