Oshawa Generals goalie earns second team all-star national honours


Published June 3, 2024 at 2:05 pm

Jacob Oster
Jacob Oster. Photo Goodall Media

Oshawa Generals tender of the twines Jacob Oster was edged out in the voting for the Canadian Hockey League Goaltender of the Year but the still earned second-team honours.

William Rosseau of Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec-Martimes league was named the top goalie in Canadian junior hockey.

Oster, the Ontario league’s top goaltender this year, was joined on the second team by defenceman Hunter Brzustewicz of the Kitchener Rangers and forwards Anthony Romani (North Bay) and David Goyette (Sudbury).

OHL MVP and Toronto Maple Leaf prospect Easton Cowan of the London Knights and Saginaw Spirit defenceman Zayne Parekh were the only OHL players to make the first team.

Parekh’s Saginaw squad, which hosted the Memorial Cup this year, defeated Cowan’s Knights 4-3 in the championship game on Josh Bloom’s goal with just 22 seconds left.

The CHL All-star teams were selected by NHL Central Scouting based on regular season play from across the CHL’s three member leagues: the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Maritimes Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).

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