INDIANAPOLIS- The Indy Fuel announced Monday they have signed goaltender Jeremie Forget.
Forget signed with the Fayetteville Marksmen of the SPHL this season but has not played in a game. Prior to that, the 6’1 goalie played four years at Princeton University where he went 13-19-5. During his senior season there, he played under current Fuel assistant coach, Kevin Moore as the director of hockey operations for Princeton.
The Mascouche, Quebec native also played one season in the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) for the Carleton Place Canadians where he went 35-2-2 with a save percentage of .936.
During that season, he recorded the best goals against average and save percentage in the CCHL, as well as making the CCHL Third All-Star Team. He also led the league in wins and shutouts that season.
He also spent two years at Tabor Academy, playing 49 games across two seasons and posting a .912 save percentage.
VIEW FORGET’S CAREER STATS HERE
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