Rangers goaltending prospect Scott Stajcer
received a big honor on Tuesday when he was named the top goaltender in all of major-junior hockey for the week ending Oct. 3.
Upon his return from the Rangers' main training camp, the 2009 fifth-round draft pick had two wins -- including a shutout victory -- while posting a goals-against-average of 1.00 and save percentage of .972.
Stajcer backstopped the Owen Sound Attack to two wins over top-ranked competition in the No. 5-ranked Kitchener Rangers and the No. 6 London Knights.
On Friday night in London, he made 34 saves to defeat the Knights 4-2 before earning second star honours with his 36 save shutout performance at home on Saturday night in a 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Stajcer, a 19-year-old from Cambridge, Ontario, is playing in his fourth OHL season with the Attack. He currently leads the OHL with a goals-against-average of 1.00 and save percentage of .969 after three starts.