Here’s the top 10 goalkeepers (based on saving percentage) of the A division.
Finland’s Ira Moilanen made it to the #1 spot with her 93,33% saving rate. However, biggest question can be: where are the Swedish goalkeepers? At sixth place, we find Cornelia Palmer with 81,81%. Elin Rosen, Sweden’s #2 goalkeeper, isn’t even on the list (71,42%). An explanation can, of course, be that the Swedish defense blocked many shots, giving the goalkeepers less chance to increase their savings rate.
Based on total shots, Julia Bran (Germany) tops the list with hundred saves (25/game). She’s the #4 on the list below.
Goalkeeper Statistics: A-division
|1.||Ira Moilanen||FIN WU19||5||14||1||93.33|
|2.||Livia Werz||SUI WU19||4||23||2||92.00|
|3.||Elsi Kangasharju||FIN WU19||5||82||12||87.23|
|4.||Julia Bran||GER WU19||4||100||17||85.47|
|5.||Ladina Tondury||SUI WU19||4||60||13||82.19|
|6.||Cornelia Palmer||SWE WU19||5||27||6||81.81|
|7.||Petra Kleckova||CZE WU19||5||17||4||80.95|
|8.||Pavlina Farulova||SVK WU19||4||32||8||80.00|
|9.||Magdalena Michaliszyn||POL WU19||5||35||9||79.54|
|10.||Patrycja Bernacka||POL WU19||5||62||17||78.48|