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Maple Leafs sign Hobey Baker-winning G Dryden McKay

April 26 - Goaltender Dryden McKay, the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner as the top player in college hockey, signed a two-year contract on Monday with the Toronto Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate, the Toronto Marlies. McKay, who starred for four seasons at Minnesota State, recently received a six-month suspension from...
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Hobey Baker winner Dryden McKay signs with Toronto Marlies

The interesting saga of Dryden McKay appears to be headed to Toronto, as the free agent goaltender has signed a two-year AHL contract with the Toronto Marlies. Of note, McKay is currently serving a six-month sanction for breaking anti-doping rules by unknowingly ingesting a banned substance. He will be eligible to practice with a team in August and play in early October, meaning his professional career will not be significantly affected.
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Maple Leafs sign Hobey Baker-winning goaltender Dryden McKay to two-year AHL deal

There was likely a number of NHL teams trying to sign one of the best goaltenders available at the college level. In 43 games this season with Minnesota State U, McKay had a 38-5-0 record, shutting out teams ten times this year. His save percentage at the conclusion of the 2022 season was a .931. Just nutty.
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Maple Leafs sign Hobey Baker Award winner McKay to AHL deal

The Toronto Maple Leafs have won the Dryden McKay sweepstakes. The club signed the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner to a two-year AHL contract. McKay was named the NCAA's top men's hockey player April 8. The goaltender, who'll turn 25 in November, set a national record for wins in a season and helped Minnesota State-Mankato advance to the national championship game. He produced a .931 save percentage over 43 contests in 2021-22, his senior year.
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Hobey Baker winner Dryden McKay gets six-month doping ban

MANKATO, Minn. — Minnesota State goaltender and Hobey Baker Award winner Dryden McKay has been given a six-month ban for an anti-doping violation after leading the Mavericks to the Frozen Four national championship game. The suspension was announced Monday by the United States Anti-Doping Agency. McKay was tested by...
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