|Hockey East Goaltending Champion|
|Given for||To the goaltender with the lowest Goals Against Average (GAA) in conference games during the season.|
|Most recent||Collin Delia (2.21 GAA)|
The Hockey East Goaltending Champion is an annual award given out at the conclusion of the Hockey East regular season to the goaltender who held the lowest Goals Against Average (GAA) in conference games during the regular season.
The Goaltending Champion was first awarded in 1985 and every year thereafter.
Five players have won the award multiple times, with Scott King winning three times. The others, Derek Heriofsky, Michel Larocque, Ty Conklin and Matti Kaltainen won twice. Only King and Larocque managed to win the award in consecutive years; the others required a gap year between winning the title. King also had a gap between his 2nd and 3rd award.
In the 2016-17 season, the title was awarded by Hockey East to Collin Delia of Merrimack despite not having the lowest GAA in conference play (2.21), as Jake Oettinger of Boston University's mark was 2.09. Delia, however, was the league leader in save percentage (.928).