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Amanda Leveille #29·G Minnesota Whitecaps · 2018-2019

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Date of Birth 06/10/1994
Height 5'7"
Country of Origin Canada
College University of Minnesota
Hometown Kingston, Ontario

Amanda played all four years at the University of Minnesota, leading the team to four NCAA National Championship games and winning three titles. In her 116 games at Minnesota, Leville amassed a .947 save percentage and a 1.18 goals-against average, which set a school record.  She earned All-USCHO Second Team honors, was named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and was an Academic All-Big Ten honoree, and was named to the NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team. She finished her collegiate career with a 98-9-5 record.


Leveille has re-signed with the Minnesota Whitecaps for her fourth season (2019-20) in the NWHL.

Leveille spent her first two seasons as a member of the Beauts, where she won the 2017 Isobel Cup and was named 2018 Goaltender of the Year. In the 2018-19 season with the Whitecaps, Leveille won her second Isobel Cup championship. She recorded a .929 save percentage, including a .966 mark in the playoffs. She finished with a 1.96 goals-against average and a 13-4 record. Leveille also captained an NWHL All-Star team in 2017 before being selected again in 2018.


Current Season

Date GP MIN W L SOL SOG SV GA GAA SV % SO
Regular Season 16 860:32 11 4 0 390 360 30 2.09 .923 2
2019 Isobel Cup Playoffs 2 120:49 2 0 0 59 57 2 0.99 .966 0
2018-2019 Totals 18 981:21 13 4 0 449 417 32 1.96 .929 2

Recent Games

Date Result Opponent GP MIN W L SOL SOG SV GA GAA SV % SO
03/17/2019 W 2-1 Buffalo Beauts 1 60:49 1 0 0 23 22 1 0.99 .957 0
03/15/2019 W 5-1 Metropolitan Riveters 1 60:00 1 0 0 36 35 1 1.00 .972 0
03/03/2019 W 4-1 at Connecticut Whale 1 60:00 1 0 0 25 24 1 1.00 .960 0