Poised goaltender with successful record. Resilient coming out of losses — starter potential at the NHL level.
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June 2022 – Hrenak’s stellar NCAA career concluded when he inked a one-year entry-level deal with the Kings at the end of March. Since going undrafted in 2017, Hrenak’s performance as a freshman at St. Cloud State University earned him the attention of NHL teams, posting strong numbers for a freshman with a 2.11 GAA and a .919 save percentage in 25 games. He has only gotten better as time has gone on, being the number one option for the Huskies for the past five seasons. He shined in his brief stint with the Reign at the end of 2021-22, putting up a 1.81 GAA and a .951 save percentage, albeit in just three games. His record indicates he could be in for a quick rise through the organizational depth chart with both goalies from last year’s Reign in need of new contracts, potentially opening the door for Hrenak. The netminder has the potential of a starter at the NHL level and could be in line for a call-up in the case of an injury to one of the Kings’ goalies but will certainly push for more playing time with the Reign in 2022-