41 Noora Raty  
Noora Raty

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Espoo, Finland

High School:
Finnish National Team

Height:
5-5

Position:
G


02/28/2014

Gophers Skate Past Huskies, 4-1

The teams face off in game two of the best-of-three series at 4 p.m. Saturday

02/20/2014

Five Gophers Earn Silver with USA

Bozek, Kessel, Marvin, Schleper and Stecklein take home silver

01/30/2014

Gophers Get Back to Big Ten Action

After closing out the nonconference portion of the regular season last weekend with the inaugural North Star College Cup, the top-ranked Minnesota hockey program returns to Big Ten Conference action this weekend as Michigan State visits Mariucci Arena for the first time as league rivals.

01/15/2014

Hockey City Classic Preview

Minnesota is 12-1-0 all-time against its new Big Ten Conference rival including a streak of five-straight wins against the Buckeyes.

01/02/2014

Seven Gophers to Compete in Olympics

Minnesota will be well-represented at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia

12/03/2012

Minnesota 4, Wisconsin 1

Minnesota remained perfect on the season with a 4-1 win over Wisconsin at Ridder Arena.

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2012-13 • Senior Season: Started in 38 games • posted a record of 38-0-0, which is the most wins in a single season for a goalie in NCAA history and set an NCAA winning percentage record (1.000)• led the nation in save percentage (.956) and second in goals against average (.96)• made 776 saves • posted 17 shutouts, which is an NCAA single season record • broke NCAA record for career wins (114) and career shutouts (43) • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Top-3 Finalist • named First Team All-American • voted Capital One Academic All-American, First Team•tagged USCHO.com Co-Player of the Year • listed a First Team All-USCHO.com honoree • named All-WCHA First Team • 2013 WCHA Goaltending Champion • named to All-WCHA Academic Team • given WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award • earned Big Ten Medal of Honor•had 20 saves in a shutout of Colgate in the season opener (9/28) • shutout St. Cloud State (10/6) and began a 205:54 minute shutout streak • posted 100 minutes of scoreless play against St. Lawrence (10/12-13) • had opponent's scoreless streak snapped with 13 seconds remaining in second period against Ohio State (10/19) • shutout OSU (10/20) to tie Minnesota's wins record • named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (10/24) for going 2-0, making 25 saves and having one shutout against Ohio State (10/19-20) • broke Gopher wins record with 5-1 win over North Dakota (10/27) • notched 17 stops to receive a shutout versus Minnesota Duluth (11/3) • held Minnesota State (11/16) scoreless • shutout Wisconsin (12/2) for a 2-0 win • named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (12/5) for going 2-0, stopping 41 shots and having one shutout against Wisconsin (12/1-2) • notched eighth shutout of the year with 5-0 win over Bemidji State (12/8) • received ninth shutout of the year against Minnesota State (2/19) • shutout Wisconsin (1/25) to help Gophers tie NCAA un beaten streak • named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week for her performance versus Wisconsin (1/25-27) • posted a 5-0 shutout against Minnesota Duluth (2/1) to garner her NCAA record breaking 101st career win and claim the WCHA regular season title • received fourth WCHA Defensive Player of the Week honor •posted 12th shutout of the year versus Bemidji State (2/15) • began a five-game shutout streak with a 3-0 win over St. Cloud State (2/23) • broke the NCAA career record for shutouts with 5-0 win over Bemidji State (3/1) in the first game of the WCHA First Round • broke the NCAA single season record for shutouts with 8-0 rout of BSU (3/2) to advance to the WCHA Final Face-Off • shutout Ohio State (3/8) and North Dakota (3/9) in the WCHA Final Face-Off • named to the WCHA All-Tournament Team and Tournament MVP • recorded a career-high 50 saves in a triple-overtime win over North Dakota (3/16) in the NCAA Quarterfinals • tallied 47 combined saves in the NCAA Frozen Four • named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team and tagged the MVP of the Frozen Four.

2011-12 • Junior Season
: Started 40 games during the season, missing only one • led the nation in goals against average with a 1.35 • led the nation in shutouts with 10 • gave up one goal in her first eleven periods of play this season, stopping 47 shots during that span • had three shutouts and combined for another with Shyler Sletta in her first seven games on the ice this season • made 25 saves in a 3-2 victory in Madison over the No. 1 Badgers (10/16) • made 23 saves in a critical 4-1 league victory at Bemidji State • was named WCHA Player of the Week for the week of November 9 after recording two victories over No. 4 Minnesota Duluth with a save percentage of .933 on the weekend • shutout New Hampshire (11/19) • assisted on an Amanda Kessel goal vs. UNH (11/18) • helped the Gophers to an important road victory with 26 saves in a 2-1 victory against Harvard (11/26) • made 22 stops in a 7-2 victory on enemy ice at No. 5 North Dakota (12/2) • stopped 27 shots in a 4-1 victory over Ohio State (12/10) • made 31 saves to earn a 1-0 shutout of #1 Wisconsin (1/7) • was named WCHA Defensive player of the Week for the week of Jan. 10th for her play the previous weekend vs. No. 1 Wisconsin when the Gophers earned a 3-3 tie and a 1-0 shutout win against the Badgers • her stellar play helped the Gophers reach No. 1 in the polls the week of Jan 9th • made 29 saves in recording her second shutout in a span of three games in the 3-0 victory over Minnesota Duluth (1/14) • made 22 saves in the Gophers' 8-1 victory against the Huskies of St. Cloud State • set the University of Minnesota record with her 22nd career shutout in a 7-0 victory over St. Cloud State (2/4) • made 25 saves in a shutout of Ohio State (2/10) • had two shutouts in the WCHA Final Face-off, earning the Tournament MVP award • allowed just one goal in the Frozen Four semifinal win against Cornell, and allowed two goals in the championship game versus Wisconsin to earn Frozen Four MVP honors • had a shutout streak of 246 minutes and 53 seconds during the postseason, going three games without allowing a goal • owns the school record for most wins in a season with 35 and counting, breaking her own record of 25 wins from the 2010-11 season • a Patty Kazmaier Award nominee • an All-WCHA Third Team honoree • owns the Minnesota record for career shutouts with 26 • holds the school record for career saves with 2481 and the record for career saves per game (24.76) • finished her junior season with 76 career wins, good for second place in the Minnesota record book.

2010-11 • Sophomore Season:Patty Kazmaier top-10 finalist • Second Team All-American • First Team All-WCHA • WCHA All-Tournament Team • WCHA All-Academic Team honoree • Letterwinner • Played in 35 games and recorded a holding a 1.77 goals against average and a .941 save percentage • Held a record of 25-8-2, which set a school record for wins in a year • Tied for first in the nation and broke a school record with nine shutouts in her sophomore year • She and Jenny Lura combined for two additional shutouts on the season • Also had five games with only one goal allowed • Broke her own school record for saves in a season with 964 • Finished the regular season with a conference GAA of 1.70, ranking second in the WCHA • Her minutes of 1515:01 was the second most minutes played in conference action • Opened the season with four consecutive shutouts against Clarkson (10/1), Wayne State (10/9), St. Cloud State (10/22-23) • Received her first of three weekly conference awards in the back-to-back shutouts against SCSU • Added another shutout on Nov. 19 when she shut out Minnesota State and was named the WCHA Defensive Player of the Week • Helped the Gophers to a series sweep over Harvard, playing in both games • Held Ohio State to just one goal allowed in 6-0 and 2-1 (overtime) win • Allowed just one goal in the MSU series (1/7-8) and was named the WCHA Defensive Player of the Week • Helped the Gophers to a 2-2 tie and a shutout against Minnesota Duluth (1/14-15) • Set a then career-high 46 saves when she helped the Gophers to a 2-2 tie against No. 1 Wisconsin • Held SCSU and Bemidji State to one-goal weekends from Feb. 4-Feb. 1 • Earned her 24th win of the season in the 3-2 win over Ohio State (2/26) to tie a school record for wins in a season • Had 83 saves in the WCHA Championships to earn all-tournament honors • Set a school record with her 25th win of the season in the 4-2 win over UMD (3/4) • Set a career-best 51 saves in the 5-4 overtime loss against Wisconsin (3/5), tying a school record for saves in a game.

2009-10 • Freshman Season:First-Team All-American • Patty Kazmaier Top-3 Finalist • Finished the season with the third-best goals against average (1.33), the fourth-best save percentage (.948) and winning percentage (.769) • Left the Gopher program to compete with Team Finland in the Winter Olympics as their starting goaltender and returned at the end of February after winning the bronze medal • WCHA goaltending champion when she finished the conference season with a goals against average of 0.94 against WCHA teams • First Team All-WCHA and WCHA All-Rookie Team • Started in 26 games during her rookie campaign and was 18-4-4 • Of her 26 starts, possessed seven shutouts • Along with her seven shutouts, allowed just one goal in 10 games • Was named a four-time WCHA Defensive Player of the Week and two-time WCHA Rookie of the Week • Posted back-to-back shutouts three times during the season • Earned two assists in the 6-1 win over Ohio State (10/10) • Held Minnesota Duluth to one goal Oct. 16-17 and was later named the WCHA Defensive Player of the Week • Held Clarkson scoreless in two straight games to help the Gophers to a series sweep (11/27-28) • Held Harvard to just one goal in a 1-0 loss and 0-0 tie (12/4-5) • Missed the Ohio State series (1/8-9) to compete with Team Finland at the MLP Cup in Germany • Kept North Dakota scoreless (Jan. 22-23) before leaving to compete in the Winter Olympics • Just one day after helping Finland to a bronze medal, re-joined the Gopher squad for the playoff run and started in both games against Minnesota State in the WCHA first round playoffs • Tallied an assist in the Minnesota State game (2/27) to set a record for the Gophers for assists in a season • Set a career-high 41 saves in the 4-3 triple overtime win over MSU.

The Räty File:Has been a member of the Finnish National Team since 15 • Played in four world championships and the 2006 Winter Olympics • Helped Finland to their second-straight bronze medal at the 2009 IIHF World Championships when she stopped 78 shots • Has seen over 65 games in international play • Starting goalie for the Finnish Olympic Team when she was 15 during the 2006 Winter Olympics • During the 2008 World Championships, shut out Team USA, 1-0, and had 30 saves • Finished the 2009 world championships with a 1.48 goals against average and a 3-1-0 record • Named the tournament's best goalie in 2007 and 2008 and earned the most valuable player award in 2008 • Named Finland's best women's ice hockey player in 2007 and 2008 and best goalie in 2006 and 2007 • Rookie of the Year in 2005-06 • In national league action, played in over 55 games, 12 of which were shutouts • Held a 1.45 goals against average and a .950 save percentage • In playoff competition alone had eight shutouts in 22 games played with a 1.24 GAA • Named the Haukilahti High School best hockey player of the year 2006 and 2008.

Personal:Born May 29, 1989 • Daughter of Jarmo and Ulla Räty.


Season GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg Saves Save% W L T Sho PPG SHG
2009-10 26-26 1623:42 36 1.33 663 .948 18 4 4 7.0 5 1
2010-11 35-35 2036:41 60 1.77 957 .941 25 8 2 9.0 18 3
2011-12 40-39 2361:03 53 1.35 854 .942 33 5 2 10.0 20 1
2012-13 38-38 2240:11 36 0.96 776 .956 38 0 0 17.0 15 1
TOTAL 139-138 8261:37 185 1.34 3250 .946 114 17 8 43.0 58 6