Michigan Tech junior goalie Robbie Beydoun is set to graduate this spring and has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal with the intention of transferring to a new school for his final year of eligibility.
Beydoun played limited minutes at Tech, starting just 23 games over his three seasons, but put up a very respectable .919 save percentage/2.28 GAA in his 600+ minutes in net. Prior to Michigan Tech, Beydoun was a third team USHL All-Star, posting .919/2.22 with the Waterloo Blackhawks in his final year of junior hockey. Last summer, he attended the Detroit Red Wings summer development camp as a free agent invitee.
Beydoun is a multi-time WCHA scholar athlete, and because he is set to graduate in three years, would be eligible to play immediately for his final year at whatever school he transfers to.