The Buffalo Sabres on Friday announced they have signed goaltender Devon Levi to a three-year, entry-level deal.

Levi, 21, is considered the Sabres' top prospect and has had a decorated young career while playing for Northeastern University.

He won the Mike Richter Award as the best goalie in college, led the NCAA with a .952 save percentage, and was named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award (top player in college hockey) in the 2021-22 season. This past season, Levi again led the NCAA in save percentage and was named Hockey East Player of the Year. He is, again, a finalist for the Richter Award and the Hobey Baker.

Levi made a name for himself on the world stage as the starting goaltender for Team Canada at the 2021 World Junior Championships. He ended the tournament with a .964 save percentage, setting a new all-time record, and came away with a silver medal.

Levi was drafted the by the Florida Panthers in the 7th round of the 2020 NHL Draft. The Sabres acquired Levi's NHL rights from the Panthers in a package for forward Sam Reinhart in July 2021.

He will wear number 27 with the team.

For more on Levi's journey to Buffalo, watch Sabres beat reporter Rachel Hopmayer's exclusive sit-down interview with him.