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Steve  Racine


Williamsville, N.Y.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 196




Kornacki: Berenson Expects to Start Racine in Big Ten Semis

Kornacki: Berenson Expects to Start Racine at Goalie in B1G Semis


Racine, Compher Tabbed Big Ten First and Second Stars

Racine, Compher Tabbed Big Ten Ice Hockey First and Second Stars


Kornacki: Racine, Student of Tretiak, Stonewalls Badgers

Kornacki: Racine, Student of Tretiak, Stonewalls Badgers


Racine Gets First Career Shutout; Michigan Blanks Wisconsin

Racine Gets First Career Shutout; Ice Hockey Blanks Wisconsin


Racine, Hyman Named Big Ten First and Second Stars of the Week

Racine, Hyman Selected for Big Ten Ice Hockey Weekly Honors


Steve Racine Interview

Prior to U-M's exhibition game on Sunday (Oct. 6), goaltender Steve Racine discusses the offseason training regimen, his confidence heading into his sophomore campaign and last season's postseason push.


Ice Hockey Highlights: U-M 1, FSU 1 (SO, W)

The Wolverines skated to a 1-1 tie before prevailing in a shootout against Ferris State in the regular-season finale.


Senior (2015-16)
• Made 26 saves in season-opening win vs. Mercyhurst (10/16)
• Stopped 28 shots in tie at Union (10/23)
• Saved 24 of 25 shots in losing effort vs. Robert Morris (10/30)
• Made 21 saves in win vs. Niagara (11/13)
• Made 28 saves in loss at BU (11/20)
• Stopped 19 of 21 shots in win at BU (11/21)

Junior (2014-15)
• Appeared in 21 games, making a team-high 19 starts
• Had an 11-6-0 record with a 2.94 GAA and a .908 save percentage
• Recorded first win of the season with 31 saves in a 2-1 win against UNH (10/18)
• Made season-high 40 saves in 2-1 win against Michigan Tech in GLI
• Made 22 saves to earn first career shutout vs. Wisconsin (2/27)
• Stopped 27 shots in Big Ten Tournament win vs. Wisconsin (3/19)
• Made 26 saves in B1G Tournament Semifinal win vs. MSU (3/20)
• Made 29 saves in B1G Tournament Championship Game vs. Minnesota (3/21), including all 20 in the first period
• Recipient of the Kretschman Family Scholarship

Sophomore (2013-14)
• In 13 games played, went 7-4-1 with a 2.91 GAA and a .912 Save %
• Made his season debut on 10/10 vs. BC, stopping 20 of 21 shots in a 3-1 win
• Earned the 7-4 win on 10/12 vs. RIT by stopping 42 of 46 shots
• Stopped 19 of 20 shots against UNH on 10/18 before sustaining lower body injury in third period
• Returned to action on 11/16 at UNO, stopping 40 of 43 shots in a 4-3 win

Freshman (2012-13)
• Appeared in 24 games (22 starts) in 2012-13, posting a 12-6-3 record, a 2.65 GAA and a .899 save percentage
• Named to CCHA All-Tournament Team
• Made his U-M debut on 10/12 vs. RIT, turning aside 21 shots in a 7-2 win
• Made a career-high 36 saves on 12/1 at FSU, earning a shootout win
• Helped U-M to only second season sweep of season with two straight wins at Ohio State (Feb. 22-23), tallying at least 25 saves in both starts
• Named CCHA Rookie of the Week stopping 46 of 48 shots plus 3 shootout opportunities in regular season series finale vs FSU series
• Started every game of the CCHA tournament in net, as U-M swept NMU and WMU in the first two rounds, defeated Miami in the semi-final and fell to ND in the championship game

Junior Team
• Appeared in 15 games with Georgetown of the Ontario Junior Hockey League in 2011-12, posting a 15-0-0 record with four shutouts, a 1.66 GAA and a .938 save percentage
• Tied for second in the OJHL in shutouts and ranked 17th in wins despite only playing in 15 games
• Appeared in 12 United States Hockey Leagues games with Chicago, Waterloo and Lincoln from 2009 to 2011

• Born August 28, 1991
• Son of Zhanna and Val Racine
• Parents, Val and Zhanna, were born in Russia and moved to the United States before Steve was born
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts
• A Political Science major

Racine's Career Highlights

Shot and Save Superlatives
Shots/Game (High): 46 (W, 10/12/13 at RIT)
Shots/Game (Low (regulation game)): 19 (twice) (last, W, 3/7/14 vs. Michigan St.)
Saves/Game (High): 42 (W, 10/12/13 at RIT)
Saves/Game (Low (regulation game)): 15 (twice) (last, W, 3/15/13 at Western Michigan)

Consecutive: 5 games, 3/8/13-3/23/13
First Game: 10/12/12 vs. RIT (7-2 win)
First Win: 10/12/12 vs. RIT (7-2)
First Start: 10/12/12 vs. RIT (7-2 win)

Shutouts - 1 (W, 3-0, 2/27/15 vs. Wisconsin)

Penalty Shots Faced: To Come
Shootouts: 2-0, last - 12/1/12 at Ferris State (3-2 W)


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