One of the commenters posted it yesterday and Mike Spath confirmed it today: Patrick Summers, the younger brother of Michigan captain Chris Summers, will be the third goalie this season. He's wearing #30.
Spath also confirmed that Scooter Vaughan will, in fact, move to forward for the upcoming season.
Now more about Summers:
He spent a lot of time in the Little Caesar's organization and also played for Victory Honda. In 69 games in that league he was 28-22-6 with a 2.80/.884. His best year was in 2007 when he was 10-2-1 with a 1.67/.911.
Smart kid, too. The bio of him in the above link says he had a 3.95 in high school.
He also played for Lincoln-Milan. He made 42 stops--including 21 in the third period--in Lincoln-Milan's first win ever over Ann Arbor Pioneer. He posted a 10-10-0 record with a 3.25/.897.
Also, after Willie Yanakeff was booted from the U-17 team, they called on Summers to be a late-season replacement, though I don't believe he saw any game action. At least not according to these stats.
Mac Bennett was back at Habs camp, and he reiterated that he's playing for Cedar Rapids this year, Michigan next year, and then after that he'd go pro if the Canadiens want him to. Too early to give him the Max Pacioretty Memorial "Enjoy Him While He's Here" award? Or does he have to battle it out with the rest of that class first?