Zane McIntyre

In July of 2017, Krampade and Zane McIntyre entered into a long-term endorsement agreement.
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Zane McIntyre, a native of Thief River Falls, Minnesota, was a standout goal tender for the University of North Dakota men’s ice hockey team from 2012-2015. He is UND’s all-time leader in career goals against average (2.10) and save percentage (0.926). As a freshman, Zane was 9-4, with a goal against average of 2.46 and a save percentage of 0.920. That year, his first win was a 4-1 win against University of Alaska-Anchorage, when he stopped 17 of 18 shots. That year he had 30 or more saves in seven games all against nationally ranked opponents. He continued his strong freshman year with a strong campaign his sophomore year as he posted a 1.99 goal against average and a save percentage of 0.926.

He recorded his first collegiate career shutout win against Minnesota Duluth with 33 saves for a 3-0 victory and was named NCHC Goaltender of the Week three times. That season he played his best hockey at the end of the year during the UND tournament run, posting a 1.48 goal against average and a 0.948 save percentage. His junior season was simply outstanding. He became the first UND goaltender to win 25 games in a regular season and led the NCAA with 29 total wins that season. He posted a 2.05 goal against average and a 0.929 save percentage on his way to being named one of three Hobey Baker Award finalist and his prowess in the net was recognized by receiving the Mike Richter Award as the best goaltender in NCAA Division I.

After his junior season at UND, Zane signed a contract with the Boston Bruins and played 31 games in each of the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 seasons for the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League, posting a 2.03 goal against average this season along with a 0.930 save percentage. He played in eight games for the Boston Bruins in 2016-2017 and recently signed a new contract with the Boston Bruins. Prior to UND, Zane played his high school hockey at Thief River Falls High School in Thief River Falls, Minnesota and had a 1.81 goal against average and a 0.925 save percentage. After graduating in 2010, he played two years for the Fargo Force of the United States Hockey League where he was the USHL’s 2011-2012 goaltender of the year.

Career Achievements

  • Frank Brimsek Award Top Senior Goaltender in Minnesota 2009-2010
  • Gold Medal World Junior A Challenge 2010
  • USHL Goaltender of the Year Award 2011-2012
  • Bronze Medal World Junior A Challenge 2011
  • UND All-Time Leader in GAA (2.10) and Save Percentage (0.926)
  • Four-time NCHC Goaltender of the Week 2014-2015
  • NCHC All-Academic Team 2013-2014, 2014-2015
  • UND’s Glenn “Red” Jarrett Male Athlete of the Year 2015
  • All NCHC First Team 2014-2015
  • NCHC Goaltender of the Year 2014-2015
  • NCAA (West) Second Team All-American 2014-2015
  • Hobey Baker Finalist 2014-2015
  • Mike Richter Award as NCAA Top Collegiate Goaltender 2014-2015