Garrett Metcalf


Salt Lake City Utah

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6th round (179th overall), 2015


181 lbs.

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2012-13: Garrett Metcalf played for the Colorado Rampage U16 team after playing briefly with the Omaha Lancers U18 and U16 teams at the beginning of the season. Appearing in 13 games as a backup to Aaron Jatana with the Rampage, he was 2-9-1 with a 3.34 goals against and .858 save percentage. Metcalf stopped 17 of 21 shots in a 4-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Viper Stars in an NAPHL U18 game for the Lancers and recorded six saves in a 9-0 shutout of the Atlanta Fire in his only game with the Omaha U16 team. 

2013-14: Metcalf played for the Colorado Rampage U18 team that reached the 2013 USA Nationals in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Sharing the goaltending duties with second-year goalie Jacob Weatherly, he was 7-7 with 3 shutouts in 14 games and had a 2.31 goals against and .906 save percentage. In his only start at the Nationals, Metcalf stopped 30 of 33 shots in a 6-3 win over the Cleveland Barons. 

2014-15: Metcalf skated for the first-year Madison Capitols in the United States Hockey League. Sharing the goaltending duties with 19-year-old Darren Smith, he was 10-12-4 with 1 shutout in 33 games and had a 3.26 goals against and .911 save percentage. The Capitols finished seventh in the Eastern Conference, missing the USHL Playoffs. In March 2015,  Metcalf committed to playing college hockey at Massachusetts-Lowell in 2015-16. Not among the 30 North American goaltenders in the Central Scouting final rankings, Metcalf was selected by Anaheim in the sixth round (179th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft in his second year of draft eligibility. 

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