Project goaltender has shown improvement but still needs time
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June 2016 – Metcalf started the 2015-16 campaign with the Madison Capitals of the USHL before being traded to the Waterloo Blackhawks. In the first part of the season, Metcalf was posting statistics consistent with his rookie USHL season, but the deal to Waterloo saw his save percentage drop from .907 with the Caps to .883 with the ‘Hawks.
Nicknamed Giraffe, Metcalf has projectable size but is still a raw young goaltender. Metcalf has committed to the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and the goaltending situation for the Riverhawks is fuzzy at best. Metcalf will likely compete for the backup role with Umass-Lowell heading into his freshman season but will be the youngest goalie on the depth chart.
|2012-2013||Colorado Rampage 16U AAA||T1EHL 16U||13||3.34||.858||||
|Omaha AAA Lancers 16U||NAPHL 16U||1||0.00||1.000||||
|Omaha AAA Lancers 18U||NAPHL 18U||1||4.00||.810||||
|2013-2014||Colorado Rampage 18U AAA||T1EHL 18U||14||2.31||.906||||
|Waterloo Black Hawks||USHL||9||3.26||.883||||
|2017-2018||NCAA Transfer Year||||
|2020-2021||Long Island Univ.||NCAA||9||4.02||.901||||
|Knoxville Ice Bears||SPHL||0||-||-||||
|Lehigh Valley Phantoms||AHL||4||3.48||.882||||
|San Diego Gulls||AHL||5||5.00||.845||||