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The Boston Bruins have secured one of the top goaltenders in the NHL draft, which opens tomorrow.

The Bruins selected goaltender Dylan Larkin in the third round, according to Ken Campbell of the Boston Herald.

Larkin is a two-time Vezina Trophy winner, the league’s most valuable player, and was named the best goaltender in the United States in 2017.

Larkins 11th-place finish in Vezna is the highest of his career, and his 12-8-1 record in 2017-18 ranks second only to Vezniak of 2008-09, who won the Veznecks award in his 12th season.

Larks 11th place finish in the Veza awards is the second-highest of his NHL career behind Veznan of 2001-02.

The 19-year-old Larkin led the University of Vermont to a 13-7-1 regular season and advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four.

Larents first goal of the season came in the second period against Michigan State.

It came off a nice feed from Larkin and he tipped a shot past the goalie to give the Minutemen the 3-2 victory.

Laceys 17-year career has been one of his best.

He led the nation in save percentage (.926) in 2016-17, and in 2018-19 was tied for second with a .919 save percentage.

He also won the NCAA goaltender of the year award, which was awarded annually to the top collegiate goaltender.

Larnins 23 goals in his final 20 games of the regular season were tied for the fifth-most in a single season in NCAA history.

Larsen had eight goals in the NCAA final against Minnesota, which came just two games after a 5-2 loss to Pittsburgh in the Frozen Four semifinals.

He finished with three goals and five assists.

Larson was a third-round pick in 2017 and played his first career NHL game on March 22, 2017 in Buffalo against the Islanders.

Lareau was selected fourth overall by the Calgary Flames in the 2017 NHL Draft.

He started six games for Calgary in 2018, posting a 2.29 goals-against average, .929 save percentage and six shutouts.

He was also the Flames fourth pick in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.