Maybe it didn’t end as Canada would’ve liked, as the team was shut out in the gold medal game against the United States, but you have to give it up for the performance that Devon Levi turned in during the tournament.

Finishing with 134 saves on 139 shots faced, Levi’s save percentage of 0.964 sets a new World Juniors record among goalies with 5+ games, beating the previous high mark of 0.961 established by Carey Price in 2007. His goals against average of 0.75 is also a new record, and Levi previously tied Justin Pogge for the shutout record with three (since tied again by, um, Spencer Knight).

Levi earned Top Goaltender honours at the World Juniors for his hard work. It’s too bad that Levi wasn’t able to go home with the gold for his efforts, but he definitely turned a lot of his heads with his play this year.

He was just a seventh round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers, who, ironically, also have Knight in their pipeline after selecting him with the 13th overall pick in 2019. We’re guessing that Panthers fans are feeling pretty excited from watching these World Juniors.