Lindgren participated in 2010 Minnesota Hockey Dave Peterson Reebok High Performance Goalie Camp in Blaine.
Netminder Charlie Lindgren from Lakeville, Minn. has been named winner of the 2013 USA Hockey Dave Peterson Goalie of the Year Award.
Lindgren, who trained at Minnesota Hockey's Dave Peterson Reebok High Performance Goalie Camp in 2010, helped the Sioux Falls Stampede this past season to the United States Hockey League’s Western Conference crown and a second-place finish overall in the league with a 35-14-2 regular-season record.
He led the USHL in wins and played in all but 12 of the team’s 64 games. His 35 victories contributed to 72 of Sioux Falls’ 92 total points in 2012-13. Lindgren allowed two or fewer goals on 24 occasions, including a pair of shutouts, and finished the regular season with a 2.80 goals against average and .900 save percentage. He was fifth in the league with 1,198 saves and appeared in all 10 playoff games for Sioux Falls, posting a 5-5 record along with a 2.52 goals against average and .921 save percentage.
Lindgren will take his talents to St. Cloud, Minn., in 2013-14 where he will play for the St. Cloud State University Huskies.
Lindgren and the other player of the year award winners will be honored at a banquet in Colorado Springs, Colo., on June 7.