Adam, a freshman from Sherwood Park, Alberta, backboned the UNH men’s ice hockey team to a weekend split at 10th-ranked University of Michigan last weekend. He stopped 25 of 26 shots (.962 save percentage) to record his first career victory last Friday, Oct. 17 and he finished the weekend with 57 stops on 60 shots (.950).
Adam stopped all 11 shots in the first period and also shut out Michigan in the second stanza with eight saves. He held UM scoreless on two power plays. The rookie also blanked the Wolverines on five power plays Saturday night and held the host team scoreless in both the first and third periods with nine and eight saves, respectively; he also had 15 second-period saves.
In three games this season, Adam has a 1-2-0 record with a 2.02 GAA and .929 save percentage.