Grant Rollheiser


Chilliwack British Columbia

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6th round (158th overall), 2008


208 lbs.

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2007-08: Rollheiser went 19-26-0 in 46 games with the Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL). He finished the season with two shutouts and a 3.19 goals against average. In three postseason games, he went 0-3-0 with a 4.90 goals against average. He singed a Letter of Intent to attend Boston University (Hockey East) in the fall of 2008.

2008-09: In his first season with Boston, Grant was able to play in 12 games with .897 Save Percentage. He was also a part of the NCAA Championship team.

2009-10: Rollheiser skated in seven games as a backup to starter Kieran Millan as a sophomore at Boston University. Rollheiser was 2-1-3 in six starts and had a 3.39 GAA and .876 save percentage as the Terriers struggled to stay above .500 for much of the year ; finishing third in Hockey East.

2010-11: Rollheiser started five games for Boston University as a back-up to fellow junior Kieran Millan. He was 3-2 with a 3.98 GAA and .885 save percentage as the Terriers finished third in Hockey East but missed the NCAA tournament after falling to Northeastern in the Hockey East quarterfinals.

Talent Analysis

Rollheiser is a goaltender with a large frame capable of getting in front of pucks. His size aids in his ability to block pucks through traffic situations. He’s seen limited action so far in the NCAA which hasn’t aided in his development.


Rollheiser will return for his final year at Boston University.
Projection: Depth goaltender.

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