Wranglers alumnus Stevenson getting NHL attention

Clay Stevenson, right, a 100 Mile House Wranglers alumnus, has five wins with a 2.70 GAA and a .925 SP. for Dartmouth. Dartmouth University/Robert Blanchard photo


Clay Stevenson who played for the 100 Mile House Wranglers in 2016-17 is catching attention of NHL teams for his play with the Dartmouth Big Green.

The former Wrangler, who moved onto the BCHL with the Coquitlam Express was talked about on the Donnie and Dhali The Team show on CHEK-TV.


Stevenson’s name was also brought up on Elliotte Friedman’s 32 Thoughts column on Sportsnet.

“One undrafted free agent to watch: Port Coquitlam, BC’s Clay Stevenson, who plays goal at NCAA Dartmouth. Stevenson has a .925 save percentage (third in the ECAC) for the Big Green, who are 5-13-2 in conference play. He’s facing 33 shots per night. Their final regular-season game is Saturday, and NHL teams are making pitches,” wrote Friedman.

Stevenson recently earned his second shutout making 25-saves against Princeton on Saturday. It’s his second shutout in four games and of his five wins, three have in that four-game stretch.

As a Wrangler, Stevenson had 12 wins in 25 games with a .907 save percentage.