NORTH YORK, ONT. – North York Rangers goaltender Jett Alexander was one of five players named to the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) Top Prospect for the 2017-2018 season as selected by the OHA Awards Committee.
In his first full season with the Rangers, the Bloomfield, Ont., product did not disappoint. He posted a 15-9 record during the regular season; in addition to his .929 save percentage and 2.09 goal against average both ranking in the top five in the OJHL. Alexander followed it up in the playoffs going 3-1 with a 2.13 GAA and .928 SV%.
The 6’4 goalie had a busy schedule on top of his responsibilities with North York. He represented his country at the World Junior A Challenge for Canada East U19, played in the 2017 Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge and participated in the 2018 CJHL Top Prospect Game in January.
This is not the first time the former Mississauga Steelheads draft pick has been recognized as a top tear prospect. His name appeared in the Central Scouting Mid-Term Rankings for the 2018 Entry Draft as the 30th ranked North American Goaltender. Alexander also made the OJHL First Team All-Prospect list last year.