Syracuse, NY – The Federal Prospect Hockey League announced today that

Columbus River Dragons goaltender Breandan Colgan has been named the

Goaltender of the Month for January.

Colgan had a record of 4-3-0-0 with a 2.35 GAA and a .912 SV% in his 8 games in

January. He started 2023 exactly like how 2022 ended with a shutout. In fact his

first 3 games in January were shutouts to extend his consecutive shutout streak to

4 games. During this span Breandan set a FPHL record of 239:41 scoreless streak

and tied the league record of 5 shutouts. Colgan ended the month of January the

way the month started for him with a shutout against Port Huron on January

27th. The shutout of the Prowlers was Colgan’s 6th of the season setting the FPHL

record of the most shutouts during a season.

The 27- year-old is from Wynnewood, PA and began his professional career last

season with the Watertown Wolves. He attended 4 years at West Chester

University (ECHA). Breandan was a member of the Golden Rams ECHA

Championship (2019) team.

Colgan’s mother Carol was a member of the Canadian Olympic Rowing team.