Editor's note: Just a heads up that there are a few curse words in this episode.
ST. CLOUD, Minn. — An episode where we give it up to the goalies.
These guys played huge roles in St. Cloud State's biggest wins and remain plastered all over the program's record books.
Faragher played for the Huskies from 2011-14. In 99 career college games, he was 53-34-8 with a 2.58 goals-against average, .911 save percentage and five shutouts. In Division I program history, he is second in career games, second in career wins, seventh in career goals-against average, seventh in career shutouts and seventh in career save percentage. He was an All-NCHC second team pick as a junior and helped the Huskies win their first WCHA regular season title and reach the Frozen Four in 2013.
Goepfert played for the Huskies from 2005-07. In 73 career games, he was 37-24-11 with a .924 save percentage, 2.24 GAA and six shutouts. Goepfert was an All-WCHA First Team pick in both of his seasons with the Huskies and a top 10 Hobey Baker Award finalist in 07. Goepfert holds the record for most saves in a game (69 vs. Minnesota Duluth, March 11, 2007). He played professionally in the ECHL and AHL and six seasons in Germany before retiring in 2018. He is an assistant coach in the USHL for the Cedar Rapids Roughriders.
Leitza played for the Huskies from 1994-98. In 133 career games, he was 66-56-7 with an .890 save percentage, 3.38 GAA and four shutouts. He holds the program record for career games by a goalie, career wins, career saves (3,500), career minutes (7,665) and career points by a goalie (7). Leitza also holds the program record for most saves in a season (1,041; 27.4 per game) in 1997-98 when he became the program's first goalie to earn All-WCHA Second Team honors.
Lee played for St. Cloud State from 2009-12. In 74 career games, he was 32-29-9 with a .917 save percentage, 2.65 GAA and four shutouts. He is fourth in career saves (2,109), fifth in career save percentage and tied for seventh in career games played. On March 26, 2010, Lee made 42 saves in a 4-3 double overtime win over Northern Michigan for the program's first win in an NCAA Division I playoff game. In 2011-12, Lee was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America At Large First Team.
Lindgren played for St. Cloud State from 2013-16. In 88 career games, he was 51-29-3 with a .921 save percentage, 2.21 GAA and eight shutouts. He is the program's leader in career GAA, second in career shutouts, second in career save percentage, third in career wins and fifth in career games played. In 2015-16, he set school records for games played in a season (40), wins in a season (30) and minutes played in a season (2,342). That season, Lindgren became the program's first to be named NCHC Goalie of the Year and first to be named to the AHCA All-America West First Team. He plays goalie for the Montreal Canadiens organization.
Meyer played for the Huskies from 1996-2001. In 80 career games, he was 47-22-5 with a .919 save percentage, 2.38 GAA and nine shutouts. He is tied for the program lead in career shutouts, is third in career GAA, fourth in career save percentage, fourth in career wins and seventh in career games played. In 1999-2000, he set the program record for shutouts in a season (7) and was named to the All-WCHA Second Team. In 2000-01, Meyer helped the Huskies win their lone WCHA Final Five championship and was named to the All-WCHA First Team and named to the AHCA All-America West Second Team. He was the program's first goalie to be named to the All-WCHA First Team.
The goal with this show is to have fun, bring awareness of the St. Cloud State University Huskies Fund and, of course, to The Rink Live. Sponsorship of the show is available.