I thought Summerhays would get it as the winning goalie, but I felt Racine deserved it and glad he got it. Remember, it's based on the whole weekend, not just the championship game. Summerhays had some big saves in the third period--what few chances Michigan actually got--but Racine was big the whole game. He faced a ton of shots to keep Michigan in the game. Combine that with his performance against Miami--a 33 save performance against the #1 seed--and he earned it. Summerhays faced only 17 shots against Ohio State in their semifinal contest.
I agree with his level of play, too. I remember mentioning early in the season after U-M's weekend here in Marquette about how I liked Racine over Rutledge, but I wasn't sure yet if he could carry the team. At the time I was more confident with him in net and he showed flashes of great play. To see him, and the team, put it all together this past month gives me hope that with or without another goalie coming in next season that we will be okay if he can sustain that level of play.