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NCAA Most Valuable Player Tests Positive for Doping


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April 18, 2022  (5:36 PM)
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According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, goaltender Dryen McKay, winner of the NCAA's Hobey Baker Trophy for Most Valuable Player, has tested positive for doping.

The United States Anti-Doping Agency announced a six-month suspension for testing positive for the banned substance Ostarine. The Minnesota State goalkeeper received a much smaller punishment because he proved the substance was a misbranded supplement.
Under normal circumstances, he would have been suspended for four years.
McKay was never drafted, is a free agent and can sign with any NHL team. That's why no team has given him a contract yet.
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NCAA Most Valuable Player Tests Positive for Doping

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