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Connecticut Whale and Shenae Lundberg Agree on New Contract



The Connecticut Whale announced on Friday that they have resigned goaltender Shenae Lundberg for the 2016-2017 National Women’s Hockey League Season.

General manager, Lisa Giovanelli made the announcement saying that the organization and Lundberg agree to a one-year deal worth 15,000 for the season.

Lundberg was acquired by the Whale as part of a trade with the New York Riveters during the inaugural season. In the one game she played with the Riveters last season, she had a .875 save percentage, while posting a .902 save percent and a 2.67 goals against with the Whale.

The Union College netminder said, “Last year’s team was able to create a great team atmosphere, which I was blessed to be a part of. I think the girls returning, along with myself, will be able to continue that tradition and show the newbies how to be a part of a great organization.”

She added, “That, along with the new talent coming on board, will allow us to do even better in the season and go even further in the playoffs. Continuing on to say, ‘Fins Up!’”

The Peterbourgh, New Hampshire native spent four seasons between the pipes for the Dutchwomen at Union College. In her senior year, she was credited with making the most saves in a Division I, shutout performance, turning away 59 shots.

In her 100 National Collegiate Athletic Association games and 6,157 minutes of ice time, Lundberg had six shutouts while ranking 20th all time with 3,023 saves. She won the East Coast Athletic Conference Goalie of the Week in her sophomore and junior seasons, twice. She was also a goaltender of the month in both her sophomore and senior years.

During her senior season, she was awarded the Robert M. Ridings Memorial Award for her achievements and attitudes at Union College.

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