Fantasy Summary

An athletic goalie with strong puck playing ability. He is a long-term prospect but has shown very strong numbers at the Junior levels.


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December 2022 – Levi did not play in the 2020-21 season outside of the WJC with Canada, but he had a monster breakout the following year. in 2021-22 as a freshman at Northeastern University in the NCAA Levi posted a 21-10-1 record with 10 shutouts and won the Mike Richter award as Goalie of the Year. Many feel the freshman should have also won the Hobey Baker as Best College Player as well, but lost to senior goalie Dryden McKay. Levi is in his sophomore season and the 21-year-old is arguably the Sabers top goalie prospect. His fantasy stock is rocketing up so don’t sleep on Levi if he is available in your keeper leagues. Peter Harling

August 2021 – Levi was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in a deal that saw Sam Reinhart heading to the Florida Panthers. Nick Richard

January 2021 – Not only did Levi claim the starting position for Team Canada, but he was a rock between the pipes. He started all seven games for the team, backstopping them to the Gold Medal final. Although he fell to the Americans in the finale, this tournament should be viewed as a huge stepping stone for his career and certainly one that put his name on the map. On top of his 6-1-0 record, he stopped 135 of the 140 shots faced and posted three shutouts throughout the competition. He looked calm, focused, and demonstrated excellent vision during his starts. His road to the show is far from over, and he will need to direct this momentum into his Freshman year with Northeastern. However, his stock value has surely enjoyed a rise and is now on the radar for future fantasy deployment. Stash him away in deep dynasty formats, but keep expectations tempered for now.  Dave Hall

December 2020 – Devon Levi has made the final Team Canada roster and will compete among a group of three for the tournament’s starting job. Levi, the only goaltender out of the three without any CHL experience, has been strong throughout camp. He notched a 36-save shutout in their final intrasquad match and was given high praise from the team’s Head Coach. The team will have two exhibition games to make their final decision between the pipes. Dave Hall

December 2020 – Floridas’ late-round 2020 draft pick is currently competing for a spot to represent his country (Canada) in this year’s WJC. His chances are certainly slim, but the experience alone is a positive step in his development. Expect a higher chance to earn his shot over the next few tournaments. Dave Hall

October 2020 – Levi dropped all the way to the bottom of the draft but that should not take away from his long-term potential. His exceptional 2019-20 campaign is one for the record books, and something the Panthers organizations will be looking for him to grow on. While playing for the Carleton Place Canadiens (CCHL), he posted an incredible 34-2-1 record, along with a 1.47 goals-against and .941 save percentage. These numbers were the catalyst for a long list of awards on the season, which included: Top Rookie, Best Goaltender, Player of the Year, and the league’s Most Valuable Player. He has committed to play for Northeastern (NCAA), for the 2020-21 season,  so time will tell if he can continue this upward trend. If so, there is potential for this to be a very strong pick deep in the draft. Dave Hall

Fantasy Upside 8.0
NHL Certainty 8.0
Country CAN
Position G
Roster Type NCAA
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth December 27, 2001
Height 6‘0”
Weight 185 lbs
Drafted 2020 Round 7; Overall: 212


 Season Team League GP GAA SVS%      Playoffs GP GAA SVS%
 2012-2013 DDO Versant Ouest PeeweeQC Int PW1 3.00 -|      
 2013-2014 Lac St-Louis Lions NordQC Int PW AA Elite2 5.08 -|      
 2014-2015 Lac St-Louis Lions M15 AAA EQM15AAA E12 2.37 -|Playoffs2 1.50
 2015-2016 Lac St-Louis Lions M15 AAA EQM15AAA E19 2.26 -|      
 2016-2017 Lac St-Louis LionsQM18AAA23 2.69 .925|Playoffs4 3.53 .877
 2017-2018 Lac St-Louis LionsQM18AAA26 2.98 .927|Playoffs5 2.12 .942
 2018-2019 Lac St-Louis LionsQM18AAA28 3.10 .909|Playoffs16 2.49 .937
 2019-2020 Carleton Place CanadiansCCHL37 1.47 .941|      
  Canada East U19WJAC-196 2.86 .917|      
 2020-2021 Northeastern Univ.NCAA0 - -|      
  Canada U20WJC-207 0.75 .964|      
 2021-2022 Northeastern Univ.NCAA32 1.54 .952|      
  CanadaOG0 - -|      
 2022-2023 Northeastern Univ.NCAA34 2.24 .933|      
  Buffalo SabresNHL7 2.94 .905|      
  CanadaWC1 2.00 .917|      
 2023-2024 Buffalo SabresNHL23 3.10 .899|      
  Rochester AmericansAHL26 2.42 .927|Playoffs5 2.57 .923