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Former LA Jr. Kings Player Earns First Professional Victory

By T1EHL Staff , 02/26/21, 9:15AM CST


T1EHL congratulates former Los Angeles Jr. Kings goaltender, Dustin Wolf, on his first career professional victory with the AHL's Stockton Heat. 

Wolf turned aside 36 shots in the win on his way to being named the game's First Star. The Stockton Heat had a 4-2 triumph over the Toronto Marlies on Wednesday.

A two-time member of the U.S. National Junior Team, Wolf and his teammates took home the gold medal at this year’s World Junior Championship.

Wolf, who signed an entry-level contract with the Calgary Flames in May - the team that selected him in the seventh round of last year's draft (214th overall) - capped off an award-laden 2019-20 season himself with the Western Hockey League’s (WHL) Everett Silvertips, earning a spot on the WHL Western Conference First-Team while also being named the WHL Western Conference Goaltender of the Year and ultimately the league’s Goaltender of the Year and Canadian Hockey League Goaltender of the Year.

The 2001-born Wolf was also named the recipient of the USA Hockey Dave Peterson Goaltender of the Year award.

T1EHL is so proud of Wolf and all of our players who continue to advance in the ranks of hockey. 

This article was written by Brian McDonough and originally appeared on the LA Jr. Kings website. You can view it here: