By: Pat Salvas
ESTERO, Fla. – Former Dartmouth men’s hockey goaltender Adrian Clark has signed a contract with the Florida Everblades, the team announced Tuesday morning.
Clark finished his Big Green career in 2019-20 after two seasons as the full-time starter, posting 28 wins and a 2.77 goals against average. A quarter of those wins came via the shutout as he graduated tied for the program’s career lead with seven.
As a junior in 2018-19, Clark set the Dartmouth record with six shutouts, eclipsing the previous mark of five set in the 1919-20 season. The six shutouts were the most of any ECAC Hockey goalie that season and helped him earn All-Ivy League First Team honors.
For his efforts as a junior, Clark was named the recipient of the Phelan Award as the team’s most valuable player.
Clark would also be named to the All-Ivy League Second Team as a senior this past season. Additionally, he was named the Ledyard Classic’s Most Outstanding Goaltender for his 70-save, two-win weekend as he helped lead Dartmouth to the title.
A three-time ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week during his career, Clark played in 4,477 minutes of action in 80 games, making 1,871 saves, the eighth-best figure in Dartmouth history.
Clark also posted two career assists, both as a junior in 2018-19.