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UND men's hockey team adds goalie
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 11/27/2007
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Courtesy: Kory Wallen, UNDsports.com
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. University of North Dakota men’s hockey coach Dave Hakstol announced today that goalie Landon Snider has been added to the Fighting Sioux roster.
 
Snider, a 6-foot, 170-pound UND freshman from Brainerd, Minn., has joined the team and begun practicing with the Sioux.
 
A 2007 Brainerd High School graduate, Snider was a three-year member of the Warriors boys hockey team. He lettered and was the starting goalie for his last two seasons. He helped Brainerd to the Central Lakes Conference championship in his junior season and a second-place conference finish as a senior.
 
Snider was named Brainerd’s team MVP in his senior year, and in his senior year he was also an all-conference selection along with being named academic all-conference. Snider was on the high school honor roll for two years.

As a senior, Snider's statistics were as follows: 23.7 games played, 1176.5 minutes played, 57 goals allowed, 2.47 goals against average, 568 saves and a .909 save percentage. He posted a 13-9-1 record with three shutouts.
 
In Snider’s senior season, Brainerd lost 1-0 in double overtime to Elk River in the quarterfinals of the Minnesota 7AA sectionals.
 
Snider’s high school head coach was Ty Eigner, and his position coach was former Sioux goalie Toby Kvalevog, who played at UND from 1993-97. Kvalevog is UND’s all-time leader in games played by a goalie (121), and ranks second in all-time saves.

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