“We’re happy for Troy,” Union coach Rick Bennett said in the Gazette. “It’s more gratifying to know that he’s going to finish his degree. He’s one of the best student-athletes at Union College hockey. Finishing his degree, outside of hockey, is something invaluable.”
“We think that Troy is a quality goaltender and we are excited to bring him into the fold,” said San Jose GM Doug Wilson in a news release. “He has excelled the past couple seasons at Union playing for coach Rick Bennett and his staff and we feel he can be a valuable member of our organization.”
Grosenick, a Hobey Baker finalist in 2012, went 17-10-5 with a 2.12 goals-against average, a .926 save percentage and two shutouts in 2012-13.
San Jose formally announced the signing Monday.