A big technical goaltender who relies on his size to cover the net.
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June 2023 – Ollas completed his second season with Merrimack College in 2022-23, posting a 10-9-0 record and five shutouts, with a 2.31 GAA and a .915 save percentage in 21 games played. This represented a slight dip from his 2021-22 campaign with Merrimack, where he had a 2.24 GAA and a .920 save percentage in 18 games, with zero shutouts. The big Swede will return for his third season with the Warriors, hoping to continue to sharpen his gam, with an aim toward earning himself an NHL contract with the Rangers when he leaves the NCAA. Brendan Ferry
July 2022 – Ollas, the gigantic 6-foot-8 goalie, unsigned by the Rangers, is entering his second season with Merrimack of the NCAA. The seventh-round pick in 2020 put up some nice statistics during his first year of NCAA hockey, to the tune of a 2.24 GAA and a .920 save percentage. The Rangers, after targeting Ollas for his large frame and potential, will be patient with their netminder, as he continues to hone his craft in the hopes of earning an NHL contract in 2024, or perhaps next summer if he has a great second college campaign. Brendan Ferry
October 2020 – The New York Rangers selected Ollas in the seventh-round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. Ollas was the second goalie selected by the Rangers in the 2020 draft. He’s known to be a highly technical goaltender who can sometimes rely on his 6-8 frame to cover the entirety of the net. Brayden Olafson