Warm breaks franchise single season save record

Doug Love

KENNEWICK, WA – Tri-City Americans goaltender Beck Warm set a new franchise record for saves in a single season on Friday. The 19-year-old from Whistler, B.C. stopped 33 of 35 shots faced from the Silvertips in the Americans’ 3-0 loss at the Toyota Center.

Through 59 games played Warm now sits at 1,860 total saves for the season, surpassing former American Eric Comrie’s 1,849 in 2013-14.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment for Beck,” said Americans general manager Bob Tory. “He has been a workhorse for our hockey club. He is one of our leaders and has been integral to our season’s success.”

Warm has played 105 games in the Western Hockey League, all with the Tri-City Americans. During that time he has averaged 3.18 goals against and a .907 save percentage. His total career record is 50-40-4-1.

The Americans return to the Toyota Center tomorrow to take on the Vancouver Giants on G2 Wiener Dog Dash Night. Tickets are available at the Toyota Center Box Office and online from Ticketmaster.


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