College Hockey:
Alaska-Anchorage’s Christianson Leaves School for ECHL

Goaltender Bryce Christianson is leaving Alaska-Anchorage after three seasons.

He signed with the ECHL’s Stockton Thunder as an emergency backup.

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Christianson played in 11 games this season, posting a 3-8 record with a 4.37 goals against average and a .838 save percentage.

His departure leaves only Dusan Sidor, who has played only 40 minutes in two seasons with the Seawolves, as goaltenders with collegiate experience on the Alaska-Anchorage roster.

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