Kelsey Neumann

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According to Wikipedia, Kelsey Neumann is an American professional ice hockey goaltender for the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women's Hockey League . Career Neumann briefly played collegiate women's ice hockey for Clarkson University and SUNY Plattsburgh in the NCAA. Prior to playing college hockey, Neumann played for the North American Hockey Academy for three years. She played in 150 games totaling 6630 minutes. Over her three years at NAHA, she achieved a career GAA of 1.16, a save percentage of .930, and amassed 54 shutouts, and holds the program record for shut-outs in a season. Was also in net for two Assabet Tournament championships, two JWHL championships, and two Cornwall Typhoon tournament championships. Prior to NAHA, she was a member of the Madison Capitals Bantam AAA boys’ team that participated at Nationals.

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